There seems to be a new Cruis’n arcade diversion in a wild, as arcade fan hub Arcade Heroes reports that arcade diversion builder Raw Thrills has protected a skill from Nintendo to create Cruis’n Adventure.

What’s engaging here is that there hasn’t been a new Cruis’n arcade diversion in scarcely twenty years, notwithstanding a fact that Cruis’n USA, Cruis’n World and Cruis’n Exotica were common American arcade fixtures in a late ’90s.

This is also a bit of a lapse to form for diversion attention maestro Eugene Jarvis, who served as a executive on a strange trilogy of Cruis’n arcade games during his time during Midway Games. He cofounded Raw Thrills in 2001 after withdrawal Midway, and now he seems to have regained the Cruis’n license from Nintendo — Raw Thrills reliable to Arcade Heroes that Cruis’n Adventure is being tested now (at slightest one cupboard was speckled in Chicago) ahead of a wider release.

Incidentally, in a years since Cruis’n Exotica came to arcades (and later, consoles) in ’99 the Cruis’n license has been practical to a series of non-arcade games published by Midway, including Cruis’n Velocity for a Game Boy Advance and Cruis’n for a Wii.

The latter was indeed heavily based on a Raw Thrills arcade game The Fast and a Furious, that was also designed by Jarvis. He spoke during length about his thoughts on arcade diversion pattern and a work of Raw Thrills in this 2007 review with Gamasutra.

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