Levels VS is available on NESiCAxLive2 today. Levels VS is the arcade adaptation of the Android/iOS mobile game released in 2016. In this puzzle game, you must level up the blue panels, defeat the red panels, and collect the yellow panel to compete to get the higher score. In VS mode, yellow panel is magic. The more you collect yellow panels, the more powerful is the magic you can shoot. In mobile version of Levels, the color and level of the next panel was randomly determined. In this work, the panel that appears next will be determined depending on what kind of action you take. For example, if you defeat the red panel, the yellow panel will always appear. With this mechanism, the RPG-like motif "If you defeat a monster, you get a treasure" is more deeply linked to the system.
Rolling Gunner is available on Sega ALL.Net P-ras MULTI version 3 today. Rolling Gunner is a 2D side-scrolling shooting game from Project Rolling Gunner. This is a cooperation of various people who love shooting games composed of Daisuke Koizumi (game director, program and game design), Jumpei Isshiki (game program), Nousyrup (game graphics, world settings, mechanical design) Pirou Ikeda (sprite animation), Cosio (sound composer, former ZUNTATA) and sht (game balancing adviser). Rolling Gunner features 3 buttons: Fire shot (hold to fix the position), Release Bomber (trigger power-up when energy gauge is full) and Automatically Fire Shot. Three different aircrafs are available: RF-42RS Super Stork (high-speed type), RF-42RX Stork (basic type) and RF-42RA Attack Stork (assault type). The story takes place in 2061 where a super computer named BAC has put Earth under its control and destroy the half of humanity. The remaining human population last hope is to use the Rolling Gun, an anti-BAC weapon. The story is divided in 6 levels (The Last Shining Star, Urban Warfare, Master and Servant, Root of Disaster, Heading for Space, Dark Side of the Moon). Each stage finish with a boss battle. Rolling Gunner is also available on PC and Switch.
Triangle Service releases Pengo! Online on Sega ALL.Net P-ras MULTI version 3 today. Pengo! Online is based on the action puzzle Pengo (1982) that appeared in the early days of the arcade video game. Pengo! Online is playable up to 8 and players can join the game at any time! Furthermore, by touching another player on the touchscreen, you can send him the "nice" message.
Sega just unveiled the next Initial D arcade game during a live broadcast. The name of the game is Initial D The Arcade. It will be released for the 25th Anniversary of the manga and will follow the books story. The big new feature is the simultaneous 4-player touge battle. Yep, you read it right! 4 drivers on the same narrow mountain road! The game is powered by the Unreal engine and features eurobeat as BGM. The cabinet is the same as Initial D Arcade Stage Zero with new artwork. The game will be playable during the Initial D The Arcade Ignition special experience event. It will be held at Akib@ko on the fourth floor (5F) of Sega Akihabara building #5 on July 23th and 24th. Depending on the time of the day, players will be able to enjoy Online Battle, In-Store Battle and Time Trial modes. All attendants will receive an Initial D tote bag, fill in the survey after your game to get an Initial D AIME card and tweet a picture shot at the event place to get a sticker. 4 random visitors will win miniature cabinets. Other prizes can be won thanks to a Twitter campaign (in Japan only).
Konami releases DanceDanceRevolution A20 PLUS for the 20th anniversary cabinet today. The standard cabinet update will be out on July 6th. This new version includes new songs (Touhou Eurobeat) and new features. "Measure appropriate level" has been added for new players or players who have never cleared songs with a difficulty level of 7 or higher. With this function, they can know which difficulty level they can enjoy playing and recommended songs will be displayed in the measurement results. A new "NONSTOP A20 PLUS" course is available and there is also a CHALLENGE score that can be played only on the course.
Quiz Magic Academy 16 - Kibo no Toki is out in Japan today. This is the 16th instalment in the series started in 2003. Quiz Magic Academy 16 - Kibo no Toki features a new HD cabinet equipped with a 32" monitor, an USB port and a headphone port. New fonctions are available (only in the new cabinet): events calendar display, BGM and background selection. Players can enjoy a new game mode: Proof Wars. In this mode, players can prepare the questions before the test: new players can also win. Up to 9 players can play together.
A new exA-Arcadia title is being released as game centers are slowly re-opening in Japan (with social distancing measures). The game in question is Lightning Knights. It's dungeon crawling game developed by Confused Pelican Games and Tikipod. It's also the first 4-player cooperative exA game (2-player games are supported as well). Only one set of the game is needed to offer this experience across two 2-player cabinets, all you need to do is chain link 2 JVS I/O boards using an USB cable and use a DVI-splitter for video. The goal of this game is to save the princess, but on your way to her, you'll have to confront hordes of monsters and big bosses, eat food dropped by enemies, use magic scrolls, find new weapons and collect coins to buy useful items at the cat's shop. The rooms are shifted around on each new play meaning that every game is different. Originally, this game was released on PC as "Iron Crypticle" but beside new characters, this refined arcade version also ditches the "twin stick" gameplay of the original for a simpler 8-way joystick and 3 buttons control method. Buttons are Attack, Atomic Fist (a powerful attack) and Dash. You have to keep the attack button to strafe (this replaces the need for a shooting stick). The arcade version has added voices and in-game text can be displayed in English, French, Spanish and Japanese languages. Check the trailer to see what the game looks like. Looks like fun, isn't it? All copies come with English and Japanese instruction strips and an A1-sized poster (as all exA-Arcadia games). Lightning Knights is available from the exA website and from the usual distributors (Red Sun Systems in Europe).
Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- starts shipping today! This is the definitive version of Chaos Code, the popular 2D versus fighting game, featuring 16 characters with 16 costumes each, 16:9 and 4:3 monitors support and less input lag than Chaos Code -New Sign of Catastrophe-. Regarding languages; English, Korean and Traditional Chinese are supported. For more information, please refer to the news item of April 18th announcing the Chaos Code EXA pre-order. It may very well be F K Digital's final game so don't miss it! This game is is dedicated to the memory of Michael Lin, main game director of the Chaos Code series. Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- is available as a software kit (cartridge) and in bundle with the exA-Arcadia mainboard. As with all exA-Arcadia games, an A1-sized poster is included in the box. It can be bought from the distributors that are Red Sun Systems for Europe, Safari Games and Kyowa for Japan and exA-Arcadia for the rest of the world.
Pre-orders for Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- on exA-Arcadia are open. Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- is the third iteration and the ultimate version of Chaos Code. It's also the first arcade version to be officially released in the West. Created by Mickey and Michael Lin, Chaos Code was released in August 2011 on Sega RingWide after 4 years of development. Some of you may remember Arcade Belgium's Chaos Code tournament held at Made in Asia 6 in Brussels. An updated version called Chaos Code - New Sign of Catastrophe was released in June 2013 on NESiCAxLive (Type X²). This version featured 16:9 support, rebalanced the characters and added one new fighter: Kudlak Sin. In November 2014, version 2.0 added 2 characters: Ray and Lupinus.
At Toushinsai 2016, F K Digital unveiled a trailer of Chaos Code NEXT, which was to be the complete version of Chaos Code as envisioned by its creators. Unfortunately, Michael, who was the main director and the main force of Chaos Code development team, died of illness on December 25th, 2017. Mickey decided to continue the development of the game in memory of his brother and another trailer was shown at JAEPO 2020. Despite this, Mickey realized that he didn't have enough mental strength to continue the job. So it's with a heavy heart that he announced on February 10th, 2020 that F K Digital would cease the development of all new titles including Chaos Code NEXT after March 31st, 2020.
Fortunately, at that time, the development of Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- was already completed and the game was in testing phase. Chaos Code EXA includes all 16 characters from New Sign of Catastrophe and offers a choice of 16 different costumes for each character. It also has less input lag than the NESiCAxLive version and supports higher resolutions. The game can be set to English, Traditional Chinese and Korean languages. This is the definitive version of the game as you can see in the trailer. Chaos Code -Exact Xeno Attack- is dedicated to the memory of Michael Lin and is scheduled to ship this month.
Pre-order from the exA webshop (shipping from Japan) or from distributors like Red Sun Systems (shipping from Belgium).
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