Chromium-based Vivaldi web browser introduced a new 80s-style arcade game in its latest 3.4 version called Vivaldia, dubbing it “a tough game for tough ones.” It is a Cyberpunk and Future Noir-inspired game built into the browser that resembles old-school 80s console computer games.
Its functionality is similar to Google Chrome’s T-Rex Game as it is preinstalled into the browser, meaning you can play it even without an Internet connection.
Vivaldia is a pixel-perfect endless runner available locally and offline across Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The website of the game describes its storyline as follows:
Everything was peaceful until one day Vivaldia wakes up to discover that her city has been taken over by the big evil machines who want to steal everyone’s identity and turn people into numbers. If humans don’t fight back, their future looks bleak. In the face of adversity, Vivaldia grows strong and takes on the enemy. She fights to save the humans of the city. Riding her cybernetic ninja one-wheeler called the CyclePunk, Vivaldia outruns and outsmarts the big evil machines. At times, it looks like an impossible battle to win but through courage and strength, Vivaldia triumphs. The evil is overcome and the humans can claim their city and future back. Vivaldia has won the hearts of the people.
Users can play the game in Vivaldi Browser on desktop and Android. To access it, you can either click on the floating button of the game on the Start Page of the desktop browser or find it through the Vivaldi Menu in the browser’s Start Page on Android. You can also download the latest version of the Vivaldi browser on desktop and Android and type
vivaldi://game in the address field.