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* ''KUUKIYOMI: Consider It! 2'' (''Minna de Kuukiyomi''), released for Switch in 2019 and ported to Steam in 2020 and PlayStation 4 in 2021.

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* ''KUUKIYOMI: ''KUUKIYOMI 2: Consider It! 2'' It More! - New Era'' (''Minna de Kuukiyomi''), Kuukiyomi 2 ~Reiwa~''), released for Switch in 2019 and ported to Steam in 2020 and PlayStation 4 in 2021.
2021. Largely based on the second game.

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''Kuukiyomi'' ('Reading the Situation') is a series of games developed by G-Mode. Each game is a collection of minigames that require the player to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin read the situation]] and react accordingly. Basically, this is a differently-paced ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' game.

The first few games were released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]]:
* ''Kuukiyomi'', released for mobile phones in 2008, with ports to iOS and Android in 2011.
* ''Kuukiyomi DS'', released as UsefulNotes/DSiWare in 2009.
* ''Kuukiyomi 2'', released for mobile phones in 2010-2011, with ports to iOS and Android in 2012.
* ''Imadoki no Kuukiyomi Summer Version'', released in 2011 and featuring questions based on power saving.
* ''Yoshimoto no Kuukiyomi'' and ''Yoshimoto no Kuukiyomi 2'', released in 2013 and featuring questions based on entertainers from Yoshimoto Creative Agency.
* ''Senkyo no Kuukiyomi'', released in 2013 and featuring election-related questions.
* ''Kuukiyomi 3'', also released as ''Joshi no Kuukiyomi'', focusing on female-related questions.

The series then took a break for some years before returning on the Nintendo Switch. These games are the first to be translated into English.
* ''KUUKIYOMI: Consider It!'' (''Minna de Kuukiyomi''), released for Switch in 2018 and ported to PlayStation 4 in 2019 and Steam in 2020. This is largely based on the first game, but includes a two-player mode.
* ''KUUKIYOMI: Consider It! 2'' (''Minna de Kuukiyomi''), released for Switch in 2019 and ported to Steam in 2020 and PlayStation 4 in 2021.

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!!This game provides examples of:
* AntiPoopSocking: The game lets you stop every 5 situations.
* CarnivoreConfusion: One of the situations has 'you' go on a date with a cow. In deciding where to go on a date, one of the places 'you' can go is a ''butcher shop''.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Most of the time, the thing that you are supposed to control is colored red.
* CreativeClosingCredits: Situation 99 is set up in a way that implies a romance drama, credits playing in the top screen. Those are actually the credits of the actual game you are playing. Situation 100 has you drag out one of the logos of the game per a final credit.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: [[SubvertedTrope ...except for the red characters that you control.]]
* DyingConfessionOfLove: Situation 99
* GratuitousEnglish: ...in the concert situations. This is downplayed in Situation 99 where the word 'And' is used in the credits.
* InterspeciesRomance: One of the situations has 'you', a human, date a cow. Another has 'you' date a robot.
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: One of the situations appear similar to ''10 Second Run'', another game by the same company.
* NeverTrustATrailer: This trope is averted if you know Japanese but played straight if you do not. The situations played in the played have 'you' talk with someone else on an elevator while blocking someone's way, 'you' sitting down while others are standing up and clapping, and 'you' taking too much room in the bus while a couple looks on (though 'you' eventually move out of the way, letting the couple sit). If you do not know Japanese, you may think that this game is supposed to teach you manners. In reality, the game is supposed to teach you how to react according to the situation. Some of the situations are actually unrealistic.
* PairTheSpares: One situation has 'your' companions talk with some of the girls except one. 'You' are supposed to talk with the remaining girl.
* PhoneBooth: Someone changes into an Ultraman outfit in one of these.
* ShoutOut: ...to ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', ''Franchise/SuperSentai'', ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', and maybe ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}''. One of the situations looks similar to ''VideoGame/TenSecondRun'', another game by the same company.
* ThisLoserIsYou: The character you control that cannot see the situation is even ''called'' 'omae', a very informal, borderline rude form of 'you'!
* UnresolvedSexualTension: 'You' risk this if you fail a few situations.
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