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Switzerland

of Switzerland, practically all films, shows, television series and foreign soap operas are shown in dubbed versions created for the German market. (In Switzerland however in every bigger town (10,000 and more inhabitants), both versions are shown, either in the same theatre at different hours days or in different cinemas.) Even computer games and video games feature German text menus and are dubbed into the German language if there are any speaking parts in the games. However


Germany

bigger town (10,000 and more inhabitants), both versions are shown, either in the same theatre at different hours days or in different cinemas.) Even computer games and video games feature German text menus and are dubbed into the German language if there are any speaking parts in the games. However, in recent years, Swiss-German television, SF1 and SF2 have been showing increasing numbers of movies in "dual sound", which means the viewer can choose between the original language

games are German (Germany), and not all German-style games are board games. As a result, various other names have been offered for the class. '''Eurogame''' is a common, though still imprecise, alternative label. Because most of these games feature the name of the designer prominently on the box they are sometimes known as '''designer games'''.


Japan

department store . The first store to trade under the name opened its doors in 1949. Seibu is typical of Japanese department stores with a wide variety of stores doing business on several floors. The company is now a subsidiary of Seven & I Holdings Co., Ltd.. ''Battle Isle'' is a series of games developed starting in 1991 by Blue Byte Software. Set on a fictional planet, Chromos, and inspired by the Japanese game ''Nectaris (Military Madness)'', the games feature futuristic


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