Today’s Daily Briefs:
- Cruis’n Adventure
- Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All
- Tiny Galaxy: The Do Over
Cruis’n is the name of an arcade racing game series which was pretty popular in the 1990’s. If you’re one of those who really want a new entry, it looks like you’re in luck. Test machines for a new “Cruis’n Adventure” have popped up in some game centers in the United States, such as the Regal City North Stadium 14 Theater, in Chicago.
Here’s a picture of the test machine:
And it’s pretty much official: Nintendo licenced the game, which is in development at Raw Thrills. Here’s what one of the developers had to say about this:
That cabinet is just a test cabinet, for production it’s much cooler. Cruisn is designed from scratch, completely new engine. Basically what you see there is only a small fraction of what the game will be.
It looks like the game features:
- Three button layout on the control panel for view changes
- Better graphics than the Fast And Furious Super Cars games;
- Up to three N2O speed boosts
Source: Arcade Heroes
Head after the break for the rest of this post!
Boku no Hero Academia
Here’s the latest trailer for Boku no Hero Academia, which comes out on May 19th in Japan:
Tiny Galaxy: The Do Over
Here’s a trailer for Tiny Galaxy: The Do Over, the major update coming “soon” for Tiny Galaxy:
In case you missed it, here’s the list of changes/fixes/improvements:
- better graphics;
- lowered difficulty;
- hit boxes fixed for all sprites;
- level select menu redesigned;
- new start menu;
- more/better animations;
- audio fixes;
- general bug fixes;
- challenge levels (for each world), which are a way of making up for the lower difficulty. After all, even though the main levels are about 1/3 easier, the challenges are significantly harder;
- opening sequence redone;
- few more story scenes;
- more features/changes in the game.