Rocket Riot, the Xbox Live twin-stick shooter from Dutch developer Code Glue, received a minor update this week.
Rocket Riot version 1.2 change log:
- Control bug completely eliminated
Rocket Riot’s virtual twin-stick controls are extremely smooth and fun to use. But as I mentioned in our review, the game’s controls used to bug out occasionally in certain levels. That won’t happen anymore, thank goodness.
We’ve also learned that Rocket Riot will receive a more significant update in the future. Among other things, it will improve the game's handling of Achievements. I’m glad Code Glue continues to improve their already standout title. Rocket Riot costs $4.99, and it has a free trial. To join the riot, grab it here (Zune link) on the Marketplace.
Fun fact! The Rocket Riot version 1.1 update article was my first post here at WPCentral. Time flies (with rockets).
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