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Jump Rope Challenge is Free to Download on Switch

Nintendo has a new game out today, and wouldn’t you know? It is absolutely free! That game is a new exercise game called Jump Rope Challenge, and you can download it off of the eShop right now… so what are you waiting for? Check out this fun video by GameXplain showing off the gameplay:

Jump Rope Challenge was designed by a small group of Nintendo programmers working at home during quarantine. It is simple, and yet an absolute delight to play. The fact that it was made from this small team while at home makes it all the more interesting.

This is an exercise game that uses the Joy-Cons as handles for an imaginary jump rope, and it is designed to be played by up to two people where they can challenge each other for the highest possible score. You can also play by yourself and simply attempt to conquer your best score over and over again.

It is incredibly charming as well, as the bunnies used in the game are hand-drawn, and they are the characters used to illustrate your jumping motion. Every day has new challenges and new goals that you can set for yourself. Like previous Nintendo outings such as WiiFit, this is a great little app to help burn some calories and lose some weight during this pandemic.

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But do not waste any time! Nintendo has already voiced that Jump Rope Challenge is a limited-time release until the end of September. Make sure you visit the eShop today and download this lovely little home-made Nintendo game. You will absolutely not regret it.

That’s it! Thank you for stopping by for all of your quirky and unique Nintendo news. I downloaded this and tried it out before even writing this article. Sorry I did not get this news out to you sooner, but it was just so much fun! Will you be downloading this limited-time release? I mean, it is free, so why not? Let us know in the comments below what you think. Happy gaming, everyone!

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