Tick-tock goes the clock, bang-boom goes the homebrew scene. In a matter of days, The Underminer has updated his game and has now released Special Operations v0.2 for firmwares 1.0 and 1.5. Hailing inspiration from the tan-lined Sam Fisher, his Splinter Cell homebrew will allow you to not just walk the walk (in this case, "sneak the sneak") through levels of, well, special operations. The game has a Level Editor in which you can create your own side-scrollers to share with your friends.
30-10-06 v0.2 changelog:
* Added screenshot feature (press Select button)
* Fixed jumping issues
* improved shooting. Almost all enemies can be shot now.
* improved memory issue
* Fixed level corruption
* Added levels 6 and 7
If you need the controls, take a look at the readme. It's all there. He suggests that if you guys would create your own levels, it would be great if you could send it to him so that he could include them in future versions. He's also even thinking about a WLAN download service so that we can download these levels.
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