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Arcade Paradise announced for PC and consoles

Every 90's kid wanted to own an arcade right?

Every single kid that was growing up in the 90’s has been to an arcade growing up. Now, you can flashback to the golden years, to run a laundry mat! There’s more to it, as you slowly turn the back room of the place into a banging arcade!

In a game developed by Nosebleed Interactive, and published by Wired Productions, you can unlock over 35 arcade games that are inspired by three decades of gaming. We can see it starts from early vector games to the 32 bit era.

Here’s their official description:

Welcome to Arcade Paradise, the 90’s retro arcade adventure game. With the keys to the family laundromat, Ashley decides to transform the business and give the sleepy town of Grindstone something to get excited about! Stay one step ahead of your father, manage and invest profits, and build your very own Arcade Paradise!

Take the laundromat business made up of dull chores from washing clothes to throwing out the trash, and turn it into a booming arcade with the coolest games in town raking in all the money!

Over 35 arcade games, each fully realized with its own gameplay, stories, missions and high scores to set! Inspired by 3 decades of gaming, from early vector games right up to the 32-bit era.

Insert a second coin and play against a friend in a number of co-operative & competitive arcade games up to 4 players locally.

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Additionally, you’ll have the choice to play numerous 90s-inspired tunes on your very own jukebox. The game promises to relive your favorite memories from the 90s, right down to that dial-up connection.

According to Steam, It has a current release date “sometime” in 2021 for all major consoles and PC. By the way it’s sounding, it would be a great way to end the pandemic by some local couch co-op!

What games would you want them to be inspired by?! Let us know in the comments below!

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William Blanton

A huge fighting game fan, (Even though he sucks at them.) Pokemon lover, and content creator of 14 years. He has gone on record saying he would never play any of the Souls games.

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