Cho Chabudai Gaeshi (Flip the Table Game) (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

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To understand the concept behind this game you first must know
what table flipping is.

Basically ‘Chabudai Gaeshi’ is a Japanese phrase meaning to flip the chabudai (Japanese style table). Literally, it describes the act of violently upending a chabudai as an expression of anger, frustration, and disapproval.

Of course the Japanese can make a video game out of pretty much anything so Cho Chabudai Gaeshi found its way into existence.

Basically the player finds himself seated at a table in a frustrating situation, the objective being to progressively bang the table harder and harder when provoked by characters in the game before loosing your cool and flipping the table.

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Players can pick from a wide variety of environments including an office, wedding or family dinner.
As I’m an English teacher I felt obliged to pick the shougakko class, as being frustrated by small children seems to be my forte.

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I must say it was somewhat satisfying to see the students pawned by a flying table in slow motion after I lost my cool and ‘got my flip on’!

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One thought on “Cho Chabudai Gaeshi (Flip the Table Game) (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

  1. Totally going to the nearest game center to try to find this~ Though I may pick the office setting to simulate my staff room frustrations… (;-_-) =3 フゥ

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