Developers, like all of us, do tend to get itchy when something just won't work right, or something has to look better than it should in the current 'brew they're working on. We won't blame Insomniac197 for coming up with one update after another so quickly. Now that 48 Hour Pong has been rendered in 3D, it has really gotten under our skin. The great news is that he's had another batch of fixes for the previous update of 48 Hour Pong in 3D. Check out the changelog:
* New background music
* TRIANGLE button changes background effect between: lines, visualizer (synched to music), static image or none
* SQUARE and CIRCLE now move your paddle as well as LEFT/RIGHT or the analog
* Slams added. To slam the ball simply push UP when the ball is near your paddle and it will slam into the ball. You get 3 slams per game.
* START button pauses and unpauses the game
Insomniac197 adds that you can change the background music by replacing the music.ogg file with one of your own. Same goes for the static background image, which can be changed by replacing the background.png file with a different one (480x272).
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