Archive for the ‘Pump It Up’ category

On test: Pump It Up Jump!

August 16, 2008

Thanks to IcePagoda for the tip!

Andamiro is testing out a new version of Pump It up in Vancouver Washington, called Pump It Up Jump!, a dancing game for kids, as you can see by the design and size of the game. Apparently they have replaced arrows with apples and palm prints and the difficulty is quite easy from the looks of it as well. One thing I am surprised about is that I haven’t heard of a test in Asia of this game where I would have expected to have seen this first. Check out the video below, posted by youtube user Kyrandian573

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Andamiro’s Pump It Up NX2 released

January 1, 2008

Well 2008 is here and what better way to start it than with a new game announcement. It looks like this was actually announced about a week ago but I only found out about it today. Andamiro has released the latest version of Pump It Up, a game very similar in concept to Dance Dance Revolution but instead of the footpads being placed in the cardinal directions, Pump It Up makes play different by placing the arrows in the diagonal directions. The latest version of Pump It Up includes  new graphics, new songs and a player save card system. An international English version is available (currently Coinopexpress has both the cabinet and kit available – it probably will take a few weeks before other distributors pick it up) so look for this game at a local arcade that likes to carry Andamiro products. Below is a thumbnail of the Korean flyer for Pump It up NX2, click on it to enlarge.

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Andamiro's Pump It Up NX2 released

January 1, 2008

Well 2008 is here and what better way to start it than with a new game announcement. It looks like this was actually announced about a week ago but I only found out about it today. Andamiro has released the latest version of Pump It Up, a game very similar in concept to Dance Dance Revolution but instead of the footpads being placed in the cardinal directions, Pump It Up makes play different by placing the arrows in the diagonal directions. The latest version of Pump It Up includes  new graphics, new songs and a player save card system. An international English version is available (currently Coinopexpress has both the cabinet and kit available – it probably will take a few weeks before other distributors pick it up) so look for this game at a local arcade that likes to carry Andamiro products. Below is a thumbnail of the Korean flyer for Pump It up NX2, click on it to enlarge.

piunx2.jpg

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