Jujutsu Kaisen Typing Game Will Come to PCs Next Month

Jujutsu Kaisen Typing: Jutsuda game for PC

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Rio Company revealed Jujutsu Kaisen Typing: Jutsuda, an educational typing game for PCs. It will release physical copies of the game in December 2023 in Japan for ¥5,280 (~$35).

The company is designing the game to support the typing skills of students from elementary schools to high schools while including content from the first anime season of Jujutsu Kaisen. The game will have six battle stages with attack efficiencies being determined by the player’s typing speed and skills. It will also include a tutorial stage where Satoru Gojo teaches beginners the correct way to type on a keyboard.

The typing game will feature three types of question words. The first one will require players to type the romaji input for 2,500 kanji words taken from grades 10 to 2 of the Japan Kanji Aptitude Test. The second mode will feature English words and idioms that are also taught in high schools in Japan. The third and last mode will include programming terms from the IchigoJam Basic language used in Japanese schools.

The PC typing game will be compatible with Windows 10 / MacOS 10.15 and newer operating systems. The Windows version will require a 6th-generation Intel Core i3 as the minimum CPU. Players must also use a physical keyboard and mouse, as the game will not support touch panels.

Jujutsu Kaisen Typing: Jutsuda will be available for Windows and Mac PCs on December 8, 2023.


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