Next Update?

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Next Update?

Post by jack44465 » Thu Jan 01, 2015 7:45 pm

whats the eta for 1.2? its been saying "Coming Soon!!!" for a few months. thanks

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Re: Next Update?

Post by Nacho84 » Thu Jan 01, 2015 10:21 pm

Hello jack,

Probably around February. I'm focused mostly on the mobile version at the moment :)

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Re: Next Update?

Post by Sakirneh » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:38 pm

Just for the record some ideas:
If rocket does it's job well, it shouldn't decrease reliability.. For example: Rocket done it's all job well, but Moon crasher failed for some reasons.. Rocket reliability decreased..
Or even.. why the hell reliability after failed mission? Maybe the problem was found and fixed, so it should increase.
Just my opinions.


BTW: which phones/OS'es are you conentrating most?
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Re: Next Update?

Post by SomeoneYouKnow » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:46 pm

Nacho84 wrote:Hello jack,

Probably around February. I'm focused mostly on the mobile version at the moment :)

Cheers,
So no bugfixes until the next big patch then?

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Re: Next Update?

Post by Nacho84 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 3:42 pm

Sakirneh wrote:Just for the record some ideas:
Or even.. why the hell reliability after failed mission? Maybe the problem was found and fixed, so it should increase.
The fact that the reliability goes down after a failed mission is just an abstraction in order to model the idea that the player has suffered a setback and needs to invest time and money in order to recover from it.
Sakirneh wrote: BTW: which phones/OS'es are you conentrating most?
For the moment it's iPad only, though we're considering releasing an Android version as well.

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Re: Next Update?

Post by Nacho84 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 3:44 pm

SomeoneYouKnow wrote:
Nacho84 wrote:Hello jack,

Probably around February. I'm focused mostly on the mobile version at the moment :)

Cheers,
So no bugfixes until the next big patch then?
Indeed, yes. Unfortunately now that the early access is over, the process for patching the game is very resource-intensive (we need to update Steam and our store, we've Windows and OSX, etc), so it makes more sense to release big patches less frequently than small incremental updates.

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Re: Next Update?

Post by Vasious » Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:53 pm

Sakirneh wrote:Just for the record some ideas:
If rocket does it's job well, it shouldn't decrease reliability.. For example: Rocket done it's all job well, but Moon crasher failed for some reasons.. Rocket reliability decreased..
Or even.. why the hell reliability after failed mission? Maybe the problem was found and fixed, so it should increase.
Just my opinions.


BTW: which phones/OS'es are you conentrating most?
I am sure if you look at the break down on a failed mission, if the Launcher was successful but the failure was the lunar probe, then you will see an increase in reliability on the rocket but a decrease in the part that failed.

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