Nintendo Accepts Vermont Dairy Farmer Challenge in Cow-Milking Game
NEW YORK, March 30, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- One of the wildest and most talked-about games of the recent Nintendo Switch launch lineup is 1-2-Switch. The hilariously entertaining game uses the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers to let players compete in outrageous activities like a Wild West shootout, a dance competition and cow milking while looking directly at each other – not the TV. The cow milking game in particular has quickly become a fan-favorite among the dozens of fun games to play in 1-2-Switch. Recently, Nintendo teamed with YourUpdateTV to help spread the word about this exciting new game.
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Determined to prove that years of real-life experience give them an advantage, a dairy farmer from Billings Farm & Museum in Vermont challenged Nintendo to a head-to-head 1-2-Switch Milk battle to see whose cow-milking skills would come out on top. And Nintendo accepted! In 1-2-Switch Milk, players use the Joy-Con controllers to move their hands up and down, mimicking the motions of milking a cow in real life. The added HD Rumble feature makes the actions feel even more realistic. Would a dairy farmer possess the skills to defeat Nintendo gamers in this virtual cow-milking spectacle?
To answer the call, gamers from Nintendo of America are heading to Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock, Vermont, to compete against this dairy farmer in an unforgettable 1-2-Switch Milk faceoff.
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