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.
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.
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’!