What The Hell Is This Switch Game

What The Hell Is This Switch Game
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Meet Physical Contact: Picture Place.

The Switch eShop has plenty of puzzle/party games on its store. That’s fine. What’s odd about Physical Contact: Picture Place is the description:

Any partner who is between two friends, parents, friends, lover, etc is OK.

… OK. That’s not the kind of description you see often on the eShop store.

It gets weirder.

Image: Scree

Image: Kotaku

“If you use the handicap function you will be able to match the levels of the two players and the match will get even hotter.

The exclamation mark has a line of its own.

“I am new with jewelry attire and have prepared a lot of support functions.”

Is this still a video game??

“Even with a little time on the move or going out, the time of two people is enjoyable and the intimacy goes up. Of course, if you play Joy-Con from the main body, you can play with a distance without closing.”

I don’t know what this game is. It’s only $5.70, though. That’s not much to pay to get intimate with some Joy-Cons.

Thanks, scree!


  • US Nintendo e-Shop:

    The puzzle game called Number Place is difficult, but feeling of achievement when solved is very high. This game was improved to look good, easy to play, as it was, with the basic rules intact.

    That name is Picture Place.

    It is a game series where two people can play against each other.

    So, ingenuity has been devised so that you can enjoy this game with two people.

    Any two partners, including parents, friends and lovers are suitable.

    If you use the handicap function, you can level the playing field.

    Because the match times are short, you can play anytime and anywhere whenever you feel like it.

    Of course there is also a single-player mode.

    Please enjoy it together!

    I’m not sure that that helped explain what it is, but at least it parses better as actual English not a machine translation.

    EDIT: Quote end tag being deliberately moved to the end of the paragraph rather then where I actually put it is incredibly irritating.

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