Nintendo has announced Brain Age: Nintendo Switch Training.

As the name implies, the new sequel is coming to Nintendo Switch on December 27th in Japan, for 3.480 yen at retail, or 2,680 via the eShop. The stylus for the game will be sold separately for 864 yen.

While a western release hasn’t been announced at this time, you can view the announcement trailer above.

The game is the latest in Nintendo’s long-running puzzle game series, which began with the Nintendo DS back in 2005. The new sequel includes new elements like an alarm to schedule your training, online leaderboards, e-mail summaries, and even worldwide tournaments.

Due to the nature of the mini-games, five exercises are not playable with the Switch Lite, due to the fact that they require Joy-Cons for the motions. The game is also not compatible with paired Joy-Cons, the Joy-Con grip, or the Switch Pro Controller – only the sideways Joy-Cons.

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