While arcades haven’t been particularly crowded lately, for video game fans like us, they are still places of immeasurable fun. If they no longer take over this “test” aspect that we found two decades ago and thus have an idea of what we might find at home in the following years, they still retain a certain charm.
Developed in coordination with Play MechanixThis terminal is not limited to a simple conversion of the orig inal title. The game has been completely redesigned and its mechanics and gameplay simplified. The title consists of only nine but extremely intense levels and should be a challenge at the height of its predecessor.
Among the big novelties in this version, Mojang has decided to introduce a trading card system that gives players animals, items, weapons and other in-game benefits. These cards are earned through gems collected in the game by killing enemies, among other things. Filling a certain meter during the game gives you the opportunity to unleash its power against your opponents once it has reached its maximum level.
At the end of the game you win one of these valuable cards, which you can scan through the terminal for use in your subsequent games. We are talking about physical cards distributed by the machine, not online backups. The more you play, the more different cards you will have to create in order to create a successful set for your avatar. There’s plenty to do with 60 cards available! An original system that overcomes the lack of backup and allows players to improve their gaming experience while playing the game.
These terminals will be available soon in some North American theaters and will be in the testing phase before their numbers gradually increase. There is no immediate indication that one day we will see them on the old continent, but we never know?