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New Retro Arcade: Neon

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New Retro Arcade: Neon is an Emulator Frontend where you can add and play your own game ROMs in Virtual Reality. There is support for over 30 arcade cabinets, 18 console cartridges and 10 handheld games for you to setup and play using your personal collection of game ROM's and our Arcade Builder tool.

Click here to check out the Arcade Builder Guide, for help with customising each aspect of Neon including games, artwork, music and video.

Don't forget to check out the demo version of New Retro Arcade!Key Features

  • Fully playable for gamers WITHOUT a VR headset
  • Multiplayer networking allowing for up to 6 players in a game
  • Customise Arcade Cabinet artwork, button layouts and attract screens
  • Customise video files or stream from online sources such as Youtube to the Projector
  • Customise music or internet radio URL's to casettes for the boombox
  • Over 10 mini games including Zombie Problem II, Bowling, Air Hockey and Skeeball
  • Packed full of usable objects such as guitars, drum machines and light guns
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Release date
Aug 1, 2016
Developer
Digital Cybercherries
Publisher
Digital Cybercherries
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://digitalcybercherries.com/new-retro-arcade-neon/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: New Retro Arcade Neon supports non-VR, as well as all VR headsets, however motion controllers are recommended for the optimum gameplay experience.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 980
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: New Retro Arcade Neon supports non-VR, as well as all VR headsets, however motion controllers are recommended for the optimum gameplay experience.
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New Retro Arcade: Neon reviews and comments

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This is a powerful Tool and Game with many Possibilities. The Main Menu, which is a small Island with a Slot Machine, gives a real 80s retro feeling. To this one Vending machine you can then choose which arcade you go to (currently there are two Halls, once the classic and one times the slightly larger Neon) and make various Settings. Admittedly, this is a menu that takes you used to be, but it is also somehow innovative. In the Halls you can then play emulated games (Which you have to load and Install yourself from the Internet) at Vending machines, console (Super Nintendo) or handheld (Gameboys), the Background music can be changed with Cassette Around on the Cassette recorder And there are Games like a small Bowling Alley, Basketball game, punch Machine, Dart and a few more. However, these Playing Possibilities are only interesting in VR and seem somewhat nonsensical on the Computer with PC control. With the hardworking developers and the Community and their Tools, it is easy to install the Games and in addition, you can also change the Posters in the Halls, as well as install your own Background Music (Cassettes) and in the larger neon map there is also a Cinema where you can use yourself Built-in Videos can watch. If you, like me, have studied the Map a little more closely, you know that there is something hidden (where there is still work on it-more is not being filmed). What I would still like to see would be a C64 emulator (and later the Opportunity to edit the Map would be interesting). Pro:-Emulates many Games-Thanks to the Associated tools, It is easy To edit The Vending machines-Right retrofeeling-Contra:-That go and rotate in VR is extremely unpleasant and triggers strong Dizziness (at least as a Cam alternative there is teleport)-I would like to see another C64 in one of the Halls I can still recommend this Emulator despite the two negative Points. Once you have set up the Vending Machines, it makes it mega fun and you have real Retro feeling. I miss some Company (once created a public Server, but didn't see anyone). I believe the Multiplayer mode is still in Development. But at the Vending machines, you quickly forget the Time in the VR anyway and only the Eye Pain through VR headset ensures that you leave the VR arcade hall. This is a powerful tool and game with many options. The mainmenu, which is a small island with a arcademachine, gives a true 80s-neon-retro-feeling. At this one machine you can then choose which arcadehall you will go (currently there are two halls, once the classic-map and one is the larger neon-map) and make various settings. This menu is a habituation-needing menu which is also slightly innovative. In the halls you can then play on arcademachines, consoles (Super Nintendo) or handheld (Gameboys) with emulated games (which you have to download and install yourself from the internet!), The background music can be changed on the cassette recorder with cassettes lying around in the Hall and there are game possibilities like a small bowling alley, basketball game, punching machine, darts and a few more. However, these game possibilities are interesting only in VR and seem somewhat nonsensical on the computer with PC-controls. With the tools from the hard-working developers and the community, its easy to install the games and also you can change the posters in the halls, as well as build your own background music (cassettes) and in the larger neon-map, there is also a cinema where you can self-added videos look. If you have a closer look at the map, you know that there is something else hidden (where the developer still working on it, i think-nothing more is being spoiled). What I would like to have is a C64-emulator (and later it would be great when we can edit the map). Pro:-Emulates many games-With the associated tools, it is easy to edit the arcademachines-Right retrofeeling-Can be used with a computer as well as with a VR headset Cons:-The go and rotate in VR is extremely unpleasant and triggers strong dizziness (at least as go-alternative th ere gives teleport-function)-I still wish a C64 in one of the halls Despite the two negative points I can still recommend this emulator. Once you have setup the arcademachines it is super fun and you have a real retrofeeling. I miss some fellowship (had once created a public server, but have seen no one). I think the multiplayer-mode is still in development. But at the arcademachines you forgets in VR fast the time and only the eye-pain through VR headset ensure that you leaves the VR-Arcadehall.
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