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  • Summary: The world, THIS IS JAPAN.

    See how considerate you can be, without worrying about what others think. The smash-hit game "Consider It" is coming to Nintendo Switch with some new problems to consider and a two-player mode. Take it with you wherever you go. So what is "Consider It"? Simply
    The world, THIS IS JAPAN.

    See how considerate you can be, without worrying about what others think. The smash-hit game "Consider It" is coming to Nintendo Switch with some new problems to consider and a two-player mode. Take it with you wherever you go.

    So what is "Consider It"? Simply move the red object on the screen to play each problem. Most of the time you will be controlling yourself, but sometimes you might control other things too. Play through 100 problems, and get evaluated on how "considerate" you are.

    Share a JoyCon with a friend and you can play the "Consider It Together" mode. We hope that this will help you build a considerate and harmonious relationship with whoever you play with...

    Alone or with a friend, enjoy Consider It to your heart's content.
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  1. Nov 28, 2021
    7
    We had lots of giggles here with my wife))
    Very silly game to play with a partner. It's about 30 mins long (kuukiyomi 2 is about 40 mins, and
    We had lots of giggles here with my wife))
    Very silly game to play with a partner. It's about 30 mins long (kuukiyomi 2 is about 40 mins, and the third one is about 50 mins) and it is just silly situations where you supposed to be considerate" of others in Japanese culture situations. Japanese culture knowledge is not required, but very helpful. I think the third game also didn't repeat same scenarios and just kept giving the new situations again and again, which is much better than what first two games did.
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