No, this is not a Minecraft clone. In fact, Arcadecraft has a bit more going on than most indie games out there. The latest title from indie developer Firebase Industries, Arcadecraft is more akin to Rollercoaster Tycoon, only we’re going in the wayback machine to the 1980′s as we inherit our own arcade space to pick ourselves out of debt.
The game features over 80 unique machines, from typical coin-ops to cocktail and specialty machines, and offers a myriad of features that will make our personal arcade rake in the profits. We can change the settings in our purchased machines, increase the coin prices, and of course, deal with power outages, use and abuse from customers and other obstacles a classic arcade would have.
Arcadecraft is also not resting on its laurels fully. Currently the game is only available on Xbox Live’s Indie market for 240 points ($3.00). Arcadecraft is also up for voting on Steam’s Project Greenlight, and is looking for a release on Window’s 8 touch devices. Firebase Industries is also hoping to update the game, adding new machines, pinball machines, furniture options and other items into the game as time goes on.
If you feel like being the next arcade tycoon, check out Arcadecraft or make sure to vote for it on Project Greenlight.
Source: Firebase Industries