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[1.1.1] Patch notes
« on: December 17, 2015, 04:13:32 PM »
A new update is available for Fear Equation, bringing the game to v1.1.1.

This patch deals primarily with bugs affecting the current release, however, we have added a few new things to help you in your endeavours, such as marking previously searched areas on the map.

Here is the complete changelog for v1.1.1:
  • Added: Completely and partially searched towns and areas are now marked on the map. If all locations have been searched, the town / area will have a cross through it. If partially searched, it will have a single stroke. Searched locations are now also struck through on the route plotting notepad.
  • Added: Carriage console manual now contains symbols and blurbs for defenders, detractors and neutrals.
  • Fixed: A problem with new passenger allocation after missions.
  • Fixed: Several issues with leadership changes in carriages.
  • Fixed: Extra checks to prevent sound from popping / turning off unexpectedly.
  • Fixed: Extra checks to prevent blank passenger photos.
  • Fixed: Extra checks for issues with Fearless / military movement.
  • Fixed: A problem with the timing of message capsule reports.
  • Fixed: On rare occasions, a passenger could be assigned the wrong portrait.
  • Fixed: Food consumption rate in the carriage console manual was incorrect.
  • Fixed: Message capsules cannot be opened anywhere but the middle section of the cabin.
  • Fixed: Carriage numbers on order cards for passenger and cargo transfers will be disabled for carriages that are full.
  • Tweak: The passenger dossier now closes automatically after completing a passenger transfer.
  • Tweak: Passenger dots on projection wheels are now slightly closer to centre.
It is recommended you start a new game after updating, as saved games may not be compatible between versions.

Note to Mac OS X users: You will need to install Mono in order to run the update. The latest version of Mono for OS X can be downloaded here.

« Last Edit: December 24, 2015, 11:08:28 PM by Logan »