And once again, Guyver2, Yan2yan and Genevois are back with their homebrew, Who is on Fire, which is now at v0.4. We last heard from them last week, and it seems that they're pretty quick when it comes to polishing up their game.
For those who may not be familiar with the game, the objective is simply to rescue some poor penguins who were trapped inside a burning building. To do this, the player will have to put out the fire so that the penguins can climb out of the window, and then a ladder will have to be placed to help the penguin get safely to the ground.
In any case, for v0.4 of this game, the following updates and fixes were made:
* Principal Bug almost entirely corrected
* There is from now on an animation of the "angels" of the penguins flying towards the sky
* Bug with these same angels in level 2 are corrected
* The images are from now in png format
The creators of Who is on Fire? have also included two versions of the game, one of which runs on OE and the other on non-OE.
As for the controls of the game, just remember that L and R are for shooting water onto the flames, while X, Square, Triangle and Circle move the ladder around. Meanwhile, you can cancel the game by pressing the Home or Select buttons, and you can take screenshots by pressing Select.
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