Pump It Up The O.B.G.: The 3rd Dance Floor

The Video Game PCB by Andamiro Co., Ltd.

Pump It Up The O.B.G.: The 3rd Dance Floor screenshot

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Pump It Up The O.B.G.: The 3rd Dance Floor © 2000 Andamiro.


This the first version to offer Crazy mode, though a special code was needed to enable it. The code also has effect on Nonstop Remix, but cancels out the effect of the Nonstop Remix Double code if used.

A new interface appeared : the blue arrows are used to scroll through the available songs, which appear in pairs on the top of the screen. Each of the red arrows is used to choose one of those songs. The center arrow has no purpose other than entering codes.

Having a completely renewed song list, this release brought back to life many well-known Korean hits from the 90's. The Banya songs, although new, were also Korean-90's-styled. Only 2 songs from a total of 23 were from older versions, and both came with new harder stepcharts : Extravaganza and Another Truth (this one also had a new BGA). The 7 remixes included the hidden remix from 2nd Dance Floor (which was no longer hidden), also with a whole new stepchart.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Pump It Up The O.B.G.: The 3rd Dance Floor the  Video Game PCB
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MKI Arcade System

TRIVIA

O.B.G. stands for 'Oldies But Goodies'.
Released in May 2000.

PORTS

PC (Microsoft Windows) (2000)

SOURCES
Game's screenshots.

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