80’s Retro Game Arcades Are Back In Oculus Rift VR

Back in the early 80’s, people play video games in an arcade because each game is programmed on its board. Atari starts their business by selling video games cabinet and it is followed by Nintendo too. Video games arcade host a lot of video games. People put coins for each round, and they are competing with each other for the highest score.

When video game makers start developing the home consoles, many arcades have to close their businesses.


But now you can get the experience playing games in an arcade thanks to the new game called New Retro Arcade Neon. In this game, you will visit a shop full with arcade games. But you need to download your own ROM, and they have tools for you to design your virtual video games cabinet.

Other than that, you can also interact with other things like play songs through a cassette, and you can even play a Game Boy inside this game.


You will have the best experience playing this New Retro Arcade Neon using Oculus Rift, but the new version is also supporting non-VR headset.

New Retro Arcade: Neon brings the golden age of gaming back to life as you are transported to the 80’s and early 90’s; where the fun and laughter began.

Download your own ROM’s and use our Arcade Builder to create your perfect emulator frontend. And on top of that, you and your friends have the choice to play more than 10 diverse mini games.

Pick up a pair of light guns and head straight into the all new Aimbot and Zombie Problem II cabinets. Classics games such as Air Hockey, Skeeball, Whack a Mole and One Punch Boxing are also available! There’s a projector room for watching videos on, bowling lanes for a game of ten-pin, basketball machines, darts, playable guitars, drum machines and more!

(via DigitalCyberCherries)

New Retro Arcade Neon demo:

Play Game Boy – Super Mario:

The New Retro Arcade Neon is available on Steam.

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