Freshmilk has come out with an updated version of his homebrew Capture the Flag. He happened to be checking out the site and saw that the downloads for the game went up by quite a number, so he "put some time into finishing this for you guys." The moral of the story: download more homebrews so devs keep churning out better versions of them.
That said, Freshmilk also released some notes for the new version.
* The arrows actually work now
* Fixed scoring system for the game
* Fixed analog glitches
* Fixed all collision errors reported
* Made the analog optional
* Changed the music
* Made the game considerably smaller by using transparent images on a gradient backing
He also thanked Dante_emo hunter and TheSilenceofNobody for their help LUA game so be advised. The update on the game makes it really fun to play, but Freshmilk is always on the lookout for more comments and suggestions on the game to make it better. Download the game then message him through the forums after you've tried it.
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