The weirdest Japanese arcade game I’ve ever played, the object of this game is to pound on, and eventually flip a table. Cho Chabudai Gaeshi, translates to “Super Tea Table Flip”. The arcade cabinet has a tea table mounted on it which the player users as the controller. The object of the game is to cause as much monetary damage as possible when flipping the table. Cho Chabudai Gaeshi also rewards players for the “length” of the tea table flip. Cho Chabudai Gaeshi, is definitely the weirdest Japanese arcade game that I’ve ever played.
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If you are in Southern California and want to play this game, you can find it at Round 1 in Santa Ana, CA. You might want to check-out my video on Round 1 in Santa Ana, I think it’s the best arcade in Orange County.
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