News and Updates on the Rigs of Rods truck simulator, based on an advanced soft-body physics engine.

Monday, January 21, 2008

0.34 is out!

After much delay, version 0.34 is finally out, with a truckload of features and fixes.
  • Lots of new vehicles and new maps (thanks to the authors of all these great mods!)
  • Airplane autopilot, with instruments approaches
  • Enhanced airplane propeller model (multi-element blades)
  • Tropospheric modeling of the atmosphere
  • Enhanced keymap and joystick configuration
  • Custom particle effects (to make firefighters happy :-)
  • Enhanced map
  • ...
Thomas helped me a lot to make this release. Thanks also to the beta testers for their help to fix the bugs. The project becomes gigantic with more than 45k lines of C++ code and a project workspace of more than 2Gigabytes!
The MacOSX and Linux port will come online in a couple of days.

Enjoy!

9 Comments:

Blogger Brooke Barmy said...

I can't wait for the Mac version! I'm glad its finally here! :)

22/1/08 00:19

 
Blogger Cameron said...

ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS!!!! IM SO MAD THOUGH BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SUCH A LONG TIME!

22/1/08 01:05

 
Blogger kaffelars said...

Great release, as always!
Love the new features, although I have only tested it on my work laptop so far with Intel graphics (on which it runs better than 0.33)
Looking forward to the Linux version :D

22/1/08 10:45

 
Blogger Christopher said...

Custom particle effects (to make firefighters happy :-)

What are the new effects?

22/1/08 19:10

 
Blogger Kevin said...

yay for autopilot!

23/1/08 00:53

 
Blogger Kevin said...

i don't know what you did, but i got a HUGE performance increase! :-)

24/1/08 00:28

 
Blogger Edelmar said...

Thank you. I love this game.

31/1/08 14:53

 
Blogger noseeme said...

This game uses OGRE, which is an LGPL licensed program. Because of this, don't you have to release the source code?

19/3/08 00:05

 
Blogger Thomas said...

you should read it better:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Lesser_General_Public_License

if its under GPL he would have to, not LGPL.

19/3/08 16:40

 

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