Ah. Guess just what dropped in? ...in a sense. Aside from all those gravity-stricken fireballs, Twomps, and Banzai Balls seen in this addictive homebrew game, a new update to Super Mario Power Coins just fell into our forums. Xandu himself tipped us off with his release and as he promised last time, he's now included one feature we've been waiting for: Analog support.
Face it, with all those crazy stuff to dodge around the screen, this is one feature you were looking forward to as well. Here's the complete changelog for Super Mario Power Coins v1.2b:
* Bug fixes
* Smoother Mario movement
* Analog Support
Nice update. Taking from his previous release, we can still expect more improvements like new level backgrounds and kinds of enemies.
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