Here's a random one for you: Jammed Up Studios and Fellow Traveller have announced that the "frantic co-op parenting simulator" Think of the Children will be available on Switch next week.

You've been a bad parent, therefore finding yourself at the 'Court for bad parenting' where the prosecution presents a series of events that will either condemn or exonerate you. You'll need to successfully manage a birthday party at the park, a day at the zoo, a camping trip, an unexpected visit to the Australian Outback, and more, but these locations feature deadly hazards and your ridiculously hyper children just aren't a good match.

Players can team up with other parents to get control over the kids together, or you can also fly solo as a single parent to play through each event. The game clearly has a co-op focus, however, and success depends on you working together, getting your tasks done, and most importantly, preventing the kids from being run over, eating poisonous fruit, or jumping headfirst into a washing machine apparently.

Multi-tasking mayhem: There’s never a dull moment when you’ve got the BBQ to tend, picnic tables to set, some of the kids are playing with a rabid dog, and two of them just ran out onto the road.
Parenting is hard: To get a good parenting grade and avoid jail time you’ll need to get all your tasks done, keep the kids happy, and… KEEP THEM ALIVE!
Nowhere is safe: The local park, the beach, the supermarket, the zoo. Great places for a day out with the kids. That is, aside from the poisonous berries, ravenous seagulls, towering grocery shelves and electrified pens.
All kinds of families welcome: Single parent? Two mums? A mum, two dads and a horse in a long distance relationship? It’s all good. Name and customise your parents and children the way you want them, and save them individually or as a family. Parent solo or with up to four players in local co-op.

The game will be available on Nintendo Switch from on 25th September priced at $12.99 USD. Think of the Children released on Steam towards the end of last year, going on to receive 'mostly positive' reviews.

Are you wanting kids one day, with this being a good chance to practice? Perhaps you already have them and you're happy to see your life accurately presented in video game form? Let us know your thoughts on this one below.