Anime girl slapping game Rose & Camellia gets Switch port

Anime girl slapping game Rose & Camellia gets Switch port

Rose & Camellia

Publisher Playism and developer Nigoro are bringing their anime girl slapping game Rose & Camellia to Switch.

The medieval yet anime-themed girl slapping game is coming to Switch sometime this summer. The Switch version adds the ability to fight your friends locally in slap battles.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:

The graceful, beautiful, and elegant slap battle of the historic Tsubakikoji ladies has emerged. Your swipe becomes the face slap to your foes!

This is the stylish, tremendous and gorgeous traditional duel of the historic Tsubakikoji family that has been run for ages. Reiko married Shunsuke who’s from the Tsubakikoji family. But the very next day, Shunsuke passed away.

Tsubakikoji family starts to torment and bully Reiko. She has had enough. One day, she declared war against the family.

“I, Reiko, the wife of the oldest son Shunsuke, will inherit everything Tsubakikoji family owns,” said Reiko. With the rose Shunsuke gave her in her heart, she stood up for the duel against the family….

The battle is fabulously simple. When the brilliant meter shown on the top left of the screen shows the turn for “rose”, you can swipe your flawless fingers against your foes’ cheeks to slap them. But when the meter shows the turn for “camellia”, your foes will slap you. You can avoid them by swiping left to right, which is the opposite from when you’re slapping them.

The distance, speed, and accuracy of your remarkable swipe determine the strength of your magnificent slap. When your foes are trying to slap you, you must look closely to their movements and swipe accurately to avoid them. Teach Kazoku family a lesson with your soulful face slap!

Rose & Camellia was originally released as a Flash-made game back in 2007, and more recently got ports for iOS (via the App Store) and Android (via Google Play).

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