SuperTux is a great action platform game in the vein of Super Mario Bros. Deniska has heard your concerns over the control scheme and has tried to improve it in this version, along with these other changes that he detailed in our forums.
In-game directionals are re-linked to D-PAD (a lot of you requested this one)
If you like the analog pad, use the previous version.
You can re-assign the last 3 by changing the values
in ./supertux/config file:
PSP Button codes are:
4 Left trigger
5 Right trigger
You can transfer your "saves" from the previous version:
just copy the contents of ./supertux/save directory
You can skip the intros/credits screens now by hitting the [FIRE]
Although the level editor is not completely functional yet, you can now do some basics like deleting objects/saving screens, etc. If you want to create your own levels, stick to PC/Linux/MacOS verions for now.
BTW, the game is easily modable: you can change all the graphics/music/level logic w/o any programming knowledge. So I hope to see some mods soon ;-)
Please let me know if the new version works for 2.0 firmware...
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