Arcade wrote: Unit-E – This independent developer first demonstrated their rhythm arcade game NEON FM at Amusement Expo 2014 in Las Vegas earlier this year and the build they brought to IAAPA 2014 features both hardware and software upgrades. For the hardware side, they have updated the pads to reflect a streamlined production process which is more reliable than before. They also changed the marquee. The software includes song updates that they have had for a while but also the multiplayer option which allowed venues to connect two units and up (there isn’t really a limitation on that thanks to the way they have it set up )or more units together for some fun competitive play. I was also shown a really cool feature that uses your mobile phone to login and manipulate certain game settings to your liking. Scan a QR code using any QR scanner app and it will log you in – you can then change the color layout of the buttons in real-time, set the difficulty and more. It was pretty cool the way they integrated it and it appeared to work perfectly. This also leaves the door open to updates in the future such as custom step charts.
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Arcade Heroes visit Neon FM and the Unit-e team on the show floor at IAAPA 2014.
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