Rockbot 1.00: A Worthy Mega Man Clone For PSP, Windows, And Android
The Rockbot team is back with a much improved non-beta version of their Mega Man clone. Check out the PSP PC, and Android builds here!
The Rockbot homebrew game has been around for a while now, but it's our pleasure to announce that the very first stable release is finally here. This is an experience crafted for Mega Man fans by Mega Man fans, so it borrows many essential gameplay mechanics from the the classic Capcom franchise. That means you'll be shooting, running, jumping, and absorbing powers to your heart's content. As far as changes are concerned, this build mostly fixes bugs found in the previous beta. Check out the exhaustive list below!
Version 1.0.0 Changes
Fixed cumulative memory usage due to not releasing memory NPC and Object lists when finishing stage
Fixed memory leaks in projectile, map and stage objects
Reduced package sizes for some platforms
Do not show empty-text dialogs
Several small graphics positioning fixes
Add "breath" bubble when player is underwater
Add several people who helped in the credits
The credits on intro screen now show the same credits from the ending, avoiding duplication
Android port now correctly upgrades data when installing a new version over an older one
Android back key now is equivalent to "ESC"
Add elegant "leave" message and confirmation dialog. Update code to not use exit() unless critical.
Do not show dash/shield buttons on Android's on-screen touch controls
Fix player sliding out of screen
Fix 3rd-level tiles not showing when doing the boss door animation
Windows now have an installer
Pandora build and package
Several fixes in NPC Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Remove unused code
Windows and Linux now save data to user home directory, allowing multiple users to have their own saves in same computer
Faster screen transitions
Fix platforms not returning after used, even if player dies
Improve stairs leaving and grabbing and making impossible for player to grab it once hit while on stairs
Reviewed stages and re-balanced difficulty
Fix freeze weapon not working or stopping whole NPCs after leaving stage
NPC jump includes collision detection
Added icon and background for PSP port
Teleport animation for Coil/Jet items. Do not allow to use it inside a wall.
Several fixes for game freezing and other issues that avoided one to finish the game
Avoid using SDL_SetColors as much as possible, as this is the most time-expensive method used
Several other fixes
Note: This download contains versions for PSP, Windows, and Android. There are even more supported operating systems found at the source link!
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