Digital detectives have acquired one of the most elusive video games to date. according to Kotaku, protectors of the game Forest of Illusion has got eSmart 2.0, a very rare Nintendo DS training game distributed to Japanese McDonald’s employees in 2010. As enthusiast and game hunter Coddy Trentuit explained, the cartridge appeared in many frustrating online auctions and required an alliance of generous contributors (including Forest of Illusion) before It reaches people who want to share the address with the community.
You don’t want to catch up eSmart 2.0 To play the installation. As you’d expect, this is really a game element training. You learn to complete orders for customers through the counter and drive, with videos showing the finer points of making Big Macs and Chicken McNuggets. It’s better than dry training video, but you want to play a game like Overcooked If you want a really fun restaurant experience.
We wouldn’t count on a training game being readily available for long since it wasn’t intended for the general public. It is still noted that the matter is in the hands of any archivist. As with unofficial versions of SimRefineryPrototyping PS2 games and similar projects, this is ultimately an attempt to preserve unknown chapters of gaming history that could easily vanish forever.
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