After first launching on PC via Steam the slick retro-futuristic 80s inspired arcade game Neon Drive will be launching on the PlayStation 4 in a few days time on August 8th, 2017.
Created by Fraoula the neon arcade game includes cityscapes and ocean roads to explore as well as enemy spaceships and has been inspired by arcade games from the 1980s. Check out the gameplay trailer below to learn more about the game which features :
* 3 levels, hundreds of obstacles, and infinite challenge
* Breathtakingly beautiful and silky-smooth retina graphics
* Custom-made retro synth music, perfectly in sync with the obstacles
* Super addictive (Neon Drivers Anonymous support group available upon request ;-))
* Includes exploding enemy spaceships, seriously!
* If you can finish all 3 levels, we hereby certify you have superhuman abilities!
Vladimir Stanarevic Game Designer at Fraoula
Neon Drive is a journey back into the 1980s – a time when people still wrote letters, and when they thought — as Douglas Adams put it — that “digital watches were a pretty neat idea.” To be fair, back then we were secretly expecting to have robot coworkers and drive flying cars by the year 2000.
The 1980s were also a time of the first computer music — digital synthesizers were all the rage. Computers made simple games possible, and game designers started exploring new genres such as racing, lane dodgers, top-down shooters, side-scrollers, and platformers. But back then the equipment was not cheap — you had to go to the arcades to play the best looking games, which were often so challenging that you had to spend dozens upon dozens of coins just to complete a single level.
Neon Drive takes all this and blends it into a nostalgic love letter to the ’80s. With a couple of exceptions, though: you won’t have to go to the arcades every time you want to play, and neither will it cost you an arm and a leg. Au contraire, once you purchase the game, you’ll have all the time in the world to finish it.
Source: PS BlogFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News