Sega seems to be teasing a brand new instalment of its basic Japanese arcade and Dreamcast recreation Cosmic Smash.
Given the identify of the URL, it’s attainable the challenge being teased is for VR. Wolf & Wooden, the British studio behind VR title The Final Employee, additionally retweeted the teaser website on Monday, together with a number of of its builders.
Ken Ishii, the Japanese DJ greatest recognized by online game followers for his music featured in one other 2001 Sega recreation, Rez, additionally shared the teaser.
Cosmic Smash was launched in arcades and Dreamcast in 2001, described as “a futuristic mixture of Squash and Breakout”.
The sport locations gamers in a collection of rooms crammed with blocks, and arms them with a racquet. The intention, is to make use of the racquet to smack balls off the blocks to make all of them disappear.
Gamers can pull off particular smashes to assist them clear the blocks faster, however that comes with the trade-off of creating the ball transfer quicker.
The sport options futuristic visuals and a psychedelic soundtrack, just like these utilized in Sega’s teaser website. The location additionally contains a pong mini-game which browsers can play.
Cosmic Smash’s distinctive visible type wasn’t restricted to the software program itself. The sport’s packaging was a gorgeous clear DVD-style field, versus a typical CD case.