Run your own 80's arcade - 240MSP, I'm absolutely going to buy this |
Arcadecraft (XBL Indie)
Looks pretty interesting! Hopefully it can scratch the Pizza Tycoon itch I've had for a while but the strategy elements look a little lightweight.
That's what I thought, but 240MSP... I had 260 left, so why the hell not?
Had a go on the trial, can choose my own floor tiles like on Pizza tycoon so will be buying over the weekend
lucky_jim 5,483 posts
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It's alright, but I felt like I'd seen all it has to offer alarmingly quickly. Kept me entertained for an evening though. It'd be nice if they update it with a bit more of everything.
I done made an arcade!
DenzilHead 13 posts
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I've played it through twice now. Once because it sucked me in, and the second time, as I knew more about how it works, to see how much more money I could make.
Not overly deep, was never going to be Sim City, but more of a Theme Park lite.
I wish the employee was a bit quicker to empty the machines so I could have more thinking time about the layout and positioning of machines. Hopefully more will be added in the future, as the dev mentions on their website.
Great fun while it lasts, and I must have played about 8-9 hours in those two games. For 240 points, well worth it.
Yeah, it would be nice to have a bigger arcade, with more than 30 powered objects. More customisation items, more of a challenge etc etc.
telboy007 1,397 posts
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A bigger arcade building is in the works for the next version of the game, they're also adding other bits and bobs but have not finalised what they'll release yet. Well not since I last checked their dev blog anyway.