Berusky II (Bugs Escape 3D) for Linux is our second finished project. We adopted the idea and the basic logical building blocks of the game from the first part. The technical processing, however, has seen major changes since the first part. The entire game takes place in a 3D environment which brings along many advantages. In addition to arbitrary turning and level zooming, the main advantage is especially the new structure of logical plots which, thanks to the 3D technology, happen in space.
The practical meaning of this for the players is that the game can be much more difficult in the last levels than the first part while being much better arranged as even very difficult logical tasks can be squeezed into a relatively small space.
In comparison to the first part, new logical elements, a simple linear story accompanied by comics series, various 3D environments, water surfaces and others have been added. The hardware requirements are not so high, the game can run with almost all details even on an old graphic chip such as Nvidia Riva TNT2.
Berusky II 0.9:
- game window can be resized on the fly
- fullscreen/windowed mode switch in menu
- fixed some texts in menu
- set game fps (60 fps by default)
- level load/save support
- fullscreen runs in native desktop resolution
- fixed menu in fullscreen and cursor rendering
- fixed more crashes
Berusky II 0.8:
- fixed crash at level end (rhbz#858887)
- sound and music updates