After seeing the cow milking game included in 1-2-Switch, Billings Farm & Museum has issued a real-life milking challenge to Nintendo, which the company has reportedly accepted.
The Vermont-based history museum sent Nintendo a letter, challenging them to a contest to see who can milk cows the fastest. Billings Farm & Museum shared the letter on Facebook, along with a little light-hearted smack talk.
“So Nintendo has a new game out called 1-2-Switch and we noticed it includes a cow milking game. We sent them a message inviting them out to our farm to show them how it’s REALLY done and to school them at their own game. Haven’t heard back yet. Maybe they’re too afraid of a little challenge…” the post reads.
Shortly thereafter, Nintendo responded in the comments section of the Facebook post, accepting the challenge and saying that flights to Vermont were currently being booked. Polygon reached out to Nintendo of America and received confirmation from a rep that “they’re actually going up there this week.”
In addition the cow milking game, 1-2-Switch features a variety of other strange and unique mini-games, including Quick Draw, Table Tennis and Safe Cracking. For our thoughts on the Nintendo Switch mini-game compilation, read IGN’s 1-2-Switch review.