See also: gâcha
- A small toy sold in a plastic capsule in a vending machine, especially toys sold in or associated with Japan.
- 2018, Ennio De Nucci and Adam Kramarzewski, Practical Game Design, page 54:
- Gacha, from the Japanese word gachapon, refers to capsules sold in vending machines and containing random toys inside
- The vending machine that sells such toys.
- 2018 October 24, Oona McGee, “Pokemon cosplay for cats”, in Japan Today:
- And if you’re looking for something that’s cute, compact, and affordable, you can’t go past the country’s gacha capsule toy vending machines.
- (video games) A mechanism in certain video games, especially mobile games, whereby in-game items or characters are purchased randomly with real money.
- 2018, Ennio De Nucci and Adam Kramarzewski, Practical Game Design, page 394:
- Since a loot table with ten rewards won’t last for long, the very first step in gacha design is to ensure that you have enough content to make gacha a viable monetization strategy.
- (video games) A game which features this mechanic as its central feature.
- (video games): loot box
gacha m pers or m anim
gacha f (plural gachas)
See the etymology of the main entry.
- “gacha” in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima tercera edición, Real Academia Española, 2014.
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