OpenRCT2 0.0.2

Door Ywa op maandag 22 juni 2015 10:01 - Reacties (18)
Categorie: OpenRCT2, Views: 4.235

Iets meer dan een jaar geleden berichtte ik op Tweakblogs over een project dat stapje voor stapje de oude RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 code omzet naar C(++) code om uiteindelijk niet meer afhankelijk te hoeven zijn van het originele spel en hiermee nieuwe features te kunnen toevoegen aan deze klassieker.

Vandaag is de eerste stabiele versie uitgebracht, namelijk 'OpenRCT2 0.0.2'. De veranderingen met het originele spel zijn niet niks! Deze staan ook onderaan deze post. Uiteindelijk worden ook grotere veranderingen verwacht, zoals multiplayer, ondersteuning voor RCT1 scenarios en bijvoorbeeld het meer kunnen aanpassen van de GUI.

Iedereen die OpenRCT2 wilt proberen kan het spel hier downloaden: https://openrct2.com/download
Vergeet niet dat je wel RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 nodig hebt om het te kunnen spelen.

Ontwikkelaars zijn altijd welkom om mee te helpen aan het project. Zie GitHub: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2
0.0.2-beta (2015-06-21)
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- Feature: Intro sequence does not show by default.
- Feature: New title screen logo.
- Feature: New title sequence (RCT2 version also still available).
- Feature: Title sequence music can now be disabled or changed to the RollerCoaster Tycoon 1 theme music.
- Feature: In-game console.
- Feature: Improved settings window with tab interface.
- Feature: Ability to change language while in game.
- Feature: Text input is now an in-game window.
- Feature: Toggle between software and hardware video mode.
- Feature: Toggle between resizeable window and fullscreen.
- Feature: Windows now snap to the borders of other windows when dragging (snap radius configurable).
- Feature: Interface colour themes. (Presets for RCT1 and RCT2 are included by default).
- Feature: Re-introduce traffic lights for close / test / open as a theme option.
- Feature: Show day as well as the month and year.
- Feature: Show month before day (e.g. March 14th, year 15)
- Feature: Exit OpenRCT2 to desktop.
- Feature: Game configuration, cache, scores and screenshots now saved in user documents directory under OpenRCT2.
- Feature: Auto-saving with frequency option.
- Feature: Ability to change game speed via toolbar or (+ and - keys).
- Feature: Finance window accessible from toolbar (enabled in settings).
- Feature: Research and development / research funding now accessible as a stand alone window without the requirement of the finances window.
- Feature: Extra viewport windows.
- Feature: Park window viewport is resizable.
- Feature: Land, water and ownership tool sizes can now be increased to 64x64.
- Feature: Mountain tool available in play mode.
- Feature: Buy land and construction rights land tool window. (Currently only in-game).
- Feature: Place scenery as a random cluster available in play mode.
- Feature: Increased limits for maximum of circuits per roller coaster to 20 and people on mazes to 64
- Feature: Allow both types of powered launch (with and without passing the station) for every roller coaster that supported one type in RCT2.
- Feature: Allow testing of incomplete tracks.
- Feature: Cheats window (Ctrl-Alt-C) or by toolbar button (configurable).
- Feature: Cheats for almost every guest aspect (happiness, hunger, nausea tolerance, etc.)
- Feature: Cheat to allow maximum operating settings and lift hill speeds (410 km/h).
- Feature: Cheat to disable all breakdowns.
- Feature: Cheat to disable brakes failure.
- Feature: Cheat to fix all rides.
- Feature: Change available objects in-game (only available from console).
- Feature: Change research settings in-game (only available from console).
- Feature: (Random) map generator available in scenario editor, accessible via the view menu.
- Feature: RollerCoaster Tycoon 1 scenarios can now be opened in the scenario editor or by using the 'edit' command line action.
- Feature: The "have fun" objective can now be selected in the scenario editor.
- Feature: Twitch integration
- Fix: Litter bins now get full and require emptying by handymen.