We have released a preview of the enhanced version of Freaky Fish on our devlog at the games itch.io page. This is a rewritten an updated version of the game with our newest Commodore 64 game engine and using lots of leftover assets from the 4k competition version.
Our entry for the 2018 Reset 64 4k Games Programming competition, Freaky Fish was released to the public today. If you own a Commodore 64 or have a Commodore 64 emulator, download it and give it a try.
The March 2018 data update from the Australian National Public Toilet Map with 116 new and updated facilities is now available on the server and will automatically update for Convenience Pro users.
While work is progressing on SurfTrackr 2, a number of fixes and updates have been recently released for SurfTrackr including:
- a new date and duration editor allowing the selection of distant past (or future) dates.
- photos taken in the app now save to the camera roll.
- improved notes editors.
- improved settings screens.
- new branding.
- no more advertisements.
- a number of bug fixes including the problem adding surfboards with the Neon theme.
An update for Convenience has been submitted to fix an issue that was preventing the share button on the facility details page from working. Clicking the share button on the details page will open the currently selected facility location in Apple Maps or Google Maps (if it is installed) and allow directions to be obtained using driving, walking, public transport or any other method supported by the mapping app.
A small update has been submitted for Caravan Helper: Australia which fixes a bug that caused the app to crash when clicking on the share icon on an iPad. The share icon allows you to share the currently selected dump point to the Apple Maps or Google Maps apps (if installed) and obtain turn by turn directions.