Learn Japanese with Super Toaster X

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Over the past few years, we’ve seen multiple attempts at gamifying the process of learning a new language. The latest game which hopes to mesh education with enjoyment is Super Toaster X: Learn Japanese RPG.

Players take on the role of a living piece of toast bent on bringing cybercriminals to justice. Fights themselves utilize flash cards. The better you are at memorizing characters, the better you’ll do in fights.

Super Toaster X: Learn Japanese RPG released a free early demo on GameJolt last year which you can check out if interested. Those ready to jump in right now can grab the game while it’s in Steam Early Access for $9.99.

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