Nintendo releases free Jump Rope Challenge game for Switch for a limited time

Created by a small group of Nintendo developers while working from home.

Jump Rope Challenge

Nintendo has announced and released Jump Rope Challenge, a simple game created by a small group of Nintendo developers while working from home in Japan designed to add quick and fun movement into their daily lives. It is available for for Switch via the Nintendo eShop as a free limited-time release until the end of September.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

Jump rope virtually and watch the on-screen counter increase with each successful hop! A friend can join in on the fun with another Joy-Con controller as you strive for a high score.

Make sure to stretch properly before play. Game play requires varying amounts of physical activity.

Consult a doctor before playing if:

  • you are or may be pregnant,
  • you have heart, respiratory, back, joint or other orthopedic conditions,
  • you have high blood pressure,
  • you have difficulty with physical exercise or you have been instructed to restrict physical activity.

If you experience excessive fatigue, shortness of breath, chest tightness, dizziness, discomfort or pain while playing STOP USE IMMEDIATELY and consult a doctor. Keep your activity within reasonable limits and avoid excessive exertion.

View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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