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This week’s new ACA NeoGeo classic from SNK and Hamster is the fighting game Art of Fighting 3 which follows recent releases like Burning Fight, Magician Lord, and KOF 95 on both iOS and Android. The fighting game Art of Fighting 3 launched in 1996 including the Ultimate KO system and other new mechanics for the time. I haven’t played much of this through the Nintendo Switch release yet, but will be checking out the iOS version soon. As with prior releases in Hamster’s ACA NeoGeo series, these new versions have many modern conveniences as detailed in Shaun’s reviews of other games that you can read below. Check out a screenshot from the Android version of Art of Fighting 3 ACA NeoGeo below:

Fighting Game ‘Art of Fighting 3’ From SNK and Hamster Is Out Now on iOS and Android As the Newest ACA NeoGeo Series Release

Check out Art of Fighting 3 ACA NeoGeo on the App Store for iOS here and Google Play for Android here. As with prior releases on mobile, this costs half of what it does on consoles. If you’ve not heard of the series or seen it in action on mobile yet, Shaun has reviewed most of the releases so far in the ACA NeoGeo series on iOS. Check out his reviews for Samurai Shodown IV here, Alpha Mission II here, Metal Slug 5 here, Shock Troopers here, NAM-1975 here, ZED BLADE here, PUZZLED here, The King of Fighters 2002 here, Big Tournament Golf here, King of the Monsters here, Last Resort here, Aero Fighters 2 here, and Burning Fight here. Check out the official website here. Hopefully we get some bundles on the App Store soon to offer discounts for those looking to buy multiple releases from this series. What SNK classic would you like to see arrive on mobile next through this series and will you be getting this one?

Source: https://toucharcade.com/2022/06/22/art-of-fighting-3-snk-mobile-out-now-ios-android-hamster-aca-neogeo-iphone-ipad-price/

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3 thoughts on “Fighting Game ‘Art of Fighting 3’ From SNK and Hamster Is Out Now on iOS and Android As the Newest ACA NeoGeo Series Release

  1. Joystick questions

    I bought my dad an arcade cabinet for my dad. Restored a lot of it.

    Left one joystick in it as it worked fine. I replaced the other. The one i replaced it with has WAY too much give to it. And i know why but i dont know what i should be buying or doing to fix it. Attaching two pics.

    This is the original joystick. Switches are all really close to the main stick so its very responsive.

    Problem fixed acter realizing that the circle part isnt the actuator and that i needed to push the joystick thru it and attach the actual one.

    Super responsive original

    And these are the replacements we got. The have way too much travel to the switches and it makes the gaming terrible. Am i buying the wrong stuff or is there a way to fix this?

    Wayyyyy too much room.

    Thanks everyone.

  2. Hey so been bored and wanna do this for a long time.

    If any of you have went to Baguio and play arcades in Baguio you know what I`m saying.

    So any other so called arcades that have to many coin machines, table machines and gambling machines and if you have any experience comment down

  3. I’ve been working on opening an arcade for months now. About 60+ games spanning a mix of retro and new games, foosball, pool, pinball, air hockey. The big hold up is the permitting process which is a whole other story. Our vibe decor wise is going to be like a classic, dark arcade with mood LED diffused lighting and some custom made neon lights. Vibe is important, and that includes the music. Of course, there will be the glorious sound of games, but with music overlayed in the background.

    I’ve been soliciting feedback from folks about what kind of music we should play. Personally, I love the 70s/80s classics, but also newer indie upbeat electronica (think STRFKR and Generationals). Feedback generally been: – “oh god no more of that retro rock” – “you should play EDM” – “You should play rap” – “do not play rap!” – “get a jukebox”

    So, I turn to you folks to get your opinion. What kind of music do you like to hear at an arcade?

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