Apart from major releases like Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Paper Mario: The Origami King, Nintendo's also released some lowkey titles this year. One was the free-to-download Switch eShop title, Jump Rope Challenge. The game was made by a small group of Nintendo developers during lockdown.
It's already been updated once with new backgrounds and costumes and now version 1.2.0 has arrived - adding a results screen you can view after 100 days and the ability to reset records after 100 days (thanks, Oatmeal Dome).
If you still haven't downloaded this game, you might want to hurry up. As originally noted by Nintendo when the game was made available, this is a "limited-time release" until the end of September. So grab it while you still can.
Get up and get moving in the simple new Jump Rope Challenge game, now available for free as a limited-time release until the end of September in Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo Switch system and on Nintendo.com.
Have you downloaded this update yet? Are you still playing Jump Rope Challenge on a regular basis? Tell us down below.