Physical Contact: SPEED Image
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  • Summary: It is a game series where two people can play against one device.
    If you play with your body in close contact, the match will be more fun.
    Any two partners, including parents, friends, lover, etc, are suitable. Because it is simple and rules that everyone knows, you can start the game
    It is a game series where two people can play against one device.
    If you play with your body in close contact, the match will be more fun.
    Any two partners, including parents, friends, lover, etc, are suitable.
    Because it is simple and rules that everyone knows, you can start the game immediately on the spot. If you use the handicap function you can match the level of the two people. Because the match-up time is short, I can play anytime and anywhere when I feel like it. Of course there is also a 1P play mode for one's time. [Nintendo]
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  1. Aug 31, 2017
    40
    As part of a card game compendium, Physical Contact Speed would have at least been a local multiplayer game to distract for a handful of minutes at a time. As it stands, some serviceable yet generic music and a 'fascinating' selection of avatars can't hide what's underneath - a bare bones and uninspired package with laughable localization, rudimentary controls and trudging gameplay that quickly sucks the life out of any 'speed' related fun anyone would have during a match. Fold.
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