Otherworldy Arcade Shop
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Otherworldy Arcade Shop


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Read Otherworldy Arcade Shop novel written by the author Xreth on Webnovel, This serial novel genre is Fantasy stories, covering adventure, magic, videogame. ✓ Newest updated ✓ All rights reserved


Born in a different universe, Trex, a former computer operating system/artificial intelligence, woke up to find himself in a world that revolves around the energy called mana.  In a late 20th century that has a European flair, Trex opens up a store similar to the early 21st century arcade that was filled with games. Remembering how his last master's wishes were before he perished, he aims to create a virtual world beyond what the reality could provide. Unfortunately for him, in a society where individuals are seen as more important than an entire city, the cultural difference made a simple wish turn into something even more.


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Hi, Author here. I wrote this novel as a practice in writing characters which is why the immediate conflict in the story revolved around the main character having a multiple personality disorder. This is also inspired by novels like Black Tech Internet Cafe System, Gamers of the Underworld, and Almighty Video Game Designer. Currently, I'm trying to use two styles of writing, first is the explain everything word by word because I literally just can't. The other is keeping dialogues and actions going as a way to show foreshadowing for the story. Hopefully, I'd be able to properly communicate the story through those words. I just wish Inkstone supported markdown so I can properly differentiate thoughts, dialogues, system messages and all that jazz through italics and bolds.


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