Minecraft Dungeons receives its own arcade cabinet

The hardware will be available later this year.

Dungeon crawlers Minecraft Dungeons are now available in their own arcade cabinets.

In a post on Blockbuster’s website, Mojang’s Per Landin said the company worked with Play Mechanix to create a taxi for the game, creating the imaginary name Minecraft Dungeons Arcade. There are nine levels in this release, and players are free to use three actions: melee, evasion, and range.

Another tweak is for the player to receive a physical card (better weapon, new skin with sound) to record the character’s changes and collect 60 cards.

It went on sale later this year and is currently available in numerous test cabinets in North America.

“If you take a step back, you will see two similarities, but if you take a step back, you will see. [a consumer] The game, it’s like a waltz, “said Wilkarlin, creative director of PlayMechanix.

“Arcade games, on the other hand, are a kind of super breakdancing speed experience. It’s about the intensity of the moment and it’s about surviving as long as possible. It’s a burst of intense fun!”

He went on: “My advice is to use all the buttons on that control panel to survive,” Will tells me. “It’s not just hack and slash. There’s a strategy there. If you want to get the most out of your play, you have to use all the possible abilities available to the player.”

Minecraft Dungeons was launched for PC, Switch, PS4 and Xbox One in May 2020 and has sold over 10 million copies to date before it hit the Xbox Series X / S.

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