Saturday, June 15, 2013

Brazilian Building Turns Into Enormous 80s Arcade Game

There is no limit to innovations - and when it comes to video games, one can go to any limits to design these games, no matter how big the screed display is.

and this exactly what a group of digital artists did when they took over a building on one of Sao Paulo, Brazil’s busiest streets in April 2013 and turned it into the world’s largest interactive arcade.

Unlike the small screen of your iPhone, iPad or even video console, the artists have taken over the entire facade of the building – that brings the total gaming area to around 30,000 square feet.

Now any one can play some old-school games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Tetris by using their iPads.

While it would be undoubtedly awesome to play on such a gigantic surface, people who got to play with the big arcade said it was a bit intimidating to have everyone on the street watching their performance. We can’t say we blame them – we never could get that last guy on Space Invaders, says Gajitz.

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