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D2TM (v0.4.6, unstable, revision 488) released

by stefanhendriks on September 25th, 2011

So it has been, almost a year ago I had released an unstable WIP version… So its time to release again!

Grab it from the unstable releases page!

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6 Comments
  1. What is the changelog of this new version ?

  2. Compared to the latest unstable release, all I can say is ‘the difference between revision 352 and 488’.

    If you want to have an idea what happened, you can look at the source changelog (svn history).

    http://code.google.com/p/dune2themaker/updates/list

  3. Flamer permalink

    My first try of this remake, and I tried the unstable, which crashes at the map screen. And repairing buildings is missing ! And have you seen the option menu ? Well I haven’t… Terrible ! Just terrible ! I’m completly dissapointed and will never play this remake again ! Except for showing other people how terrible it is.

    Oh, and are there any chances that you’re also making a remake of Dune 1 ? That would be cool…

    • Thats what you can experience with an unstable. Did you try demo 4? …
      I wonder if you would have said this if you did try.

      Odd to see your request regarding a dune 1 remake, while you have so low experiences with d2tm.

      • Flamer permalink

        Yeah, the demo doesn’t crash – but isn’t it even more terrible if an older version works better than the new one ? Your’re going in the wrong direction, man, the wrong direction…

        • If it where a stable release, I would say it would be terrible. But unstable releases are, what the definition says, unstable.

          Changing software will cause bugs to appear. D2TM exists for 10 years, and every change I make to improve the code, has a great chance of breaking things. But, in the long run it will be better.

          I thought of releasing an unstable version, so people who where curious, could see how it would run. It is not meant to be a fully , bug free, playable experience.

          If you have a different opinion about software and how to write it, please enlight us Software Engineers.

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