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The Cycraft is a special arcade cabinet developed by Simuline and Sega and released in 2003. It is a spiritual successor to cabinets such as the R360, being a motion simulator which offers a greater degree of movement than a standard sit-down cabinet. Cycraft's motion actuators have three degrees of freedom, and are capable of producing front and back, left and right, and vertical movements. Because these actuators are situated above the player, they can produce similar effects to a 5 degrees of freedom machine at a fraction of the cost. Because Cycraft is primarily designed for racing games, it does not offer a full 360 degrees of movement.
Unlike the R360, cabinets can be linked together for competitive play.