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It's been two months coming, but 0.4 is finally here!
Anyone who made it out to EGX Rezzed in London this week has had a chance to check the new build of game out (and gave me a few things to tweak before release). I had an awesome time meeting fans and showing off the game and I'm REALLY proud of where it's managed to reach. There's over 50 new improvements to the game, many of which should be instantly noticeable by watching the NEW RELEASE TRAILER!
Basically I've overhauled most of the way that the game handles to make it smoother and more efficient. 3 Days of stress testing and the game never crashed or froze. Not once. I'm really proud of that. So I can happily say that this is a MUCH more stable build of the game than you've experienced previously.
The framework of the game is in place with this update and I'm sure you'll all be able to see that now. This is the first time it's actually felt like a game. With this all in mind, the price of the game has been raised slightly to compensate for the new amount of content and to thank everyone who has purchased the game so far getting an even better value for their initial investment!
There's obviously still a few bugs here and there, some stuff I've decided not to fix yet because I wanted to get this update out. I'll likely focus on those over the next week or so and push out an incremental update when I can.
EDIT: Some players are confused at the lack of contextual menus.
Buildings no-longer have their own menus because due to a game design point of view it was going to become incredibly taxing and complicated for each building to have its own menu with the amount of new stuff I'm looking at adding. For this reason, buildings auto-restock and can be upgraded via the library. Placing buildings that have functions will unlock a sub-menu within the pre-existing systems. Such as the Barracks unlocking training in the Hero menu.
With the introduction of Hero needs this also made sense. They will automatically visit the tavern if they're idle, and decide to do so. They are now in control of their own needs.
Hopefully this clears things up.
Alpha 0.4 of RPG Tycoon is just around the corner. So Matt wanted to spend some time playing the game in its current state and show off some of the 40+ changes / new features that are coming to this build of the game.
It should be available by the end of next week. Obviously there’s still a few things left to iron out first.
All the best,
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