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- The application now supports multiple screens set-ups (i.e. Eyefinity and SLI) - CPU usage has been improved - Memory footprint has been improved - The game now supports when some image files are corrupted during the optimizing step (of course, you will not see the corrupted images, but the game will load and continue nevertheless). - Zoom now goes up to x5 on the board - Shadows of cars on the board is stronger, so that claimed routes are more obvious - no DLL conflict when OpenAL is already installed anymore
- The application could remain in memory after the player left the game, which prevented from quitting Steam. - Menus were not working in some languages, like in Turkish for example. - In some cases, robot could stop playing when the cards pile was exhausted. - When purchasing DLCs within the game using the Steam Overlay, the new maps were not available immediately. You had to restart the game. - Voices were off by default. Note: voices can be turned on or off from the Settings Room in Central Station. - The mouse cursor could disappear when returning from the Steam Overlay.