Nintendo recently announced plans to reward consumers who buy games on their consoles by making future purchases less expensive for them. Like a lot of the stuff they announced at that big press conference, it's actually something they've been doing for a while, but not too many people had been talking about it.
Out of all the games on that list, Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party is probably the least well known, likely because it's similar to Johann Sebastian Joust. You really have to play to understand the appeal. While I'm not 100% that this video from WayForward will do much to change that, it's nice to see them take the time to give the game a public vote of confidence. Maybe that will help it find its audience.
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