Brain Age, also known as Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training, fans rejoice! This series of video games developed and published by Nintendo, based on the work of Ryuta Kawashima, is now headed to the Switch. For those who have never played the game, it basically consists of various brain training elements, such as Mathematics, Arts & Letters, and Sudoku.



This new game may not work with the Switch Lite because some elements require the Joy-Con’s IR camera to scan your hand for rock-paper-scissors, while others show detached controllers in local competitive play. The trailer also shows the Switch in vertical orientation with players using the included stylus, and you can also set the game to send notifications / reminders when it’s docked. “Train Your Brain: Nintendo Switch Training for Adults” is slated to hit Japan on December 27th, priced at 3,480 yen ($32) for a physical copy with an included stylus or 2,680 yen ($25) for the downloadable version.

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