Hey everyone! I have lots of big annoucements about VVVVVV today, so let’s get to it!
VVVVVV: Make and Play Edition
Let’s start with what I consider the really important thing – inspired by things like Knytt Stories and DROD: Architect’s Edition, I’m releasing a special build of VVVVVV on Windows, Mac and Linux today. It’s called VVVVVV: Make and Play Edition, and it’s completely free. This version of the game only includes the player levels and the level editor – which means that, from now on, the tools to make and play VVVVVV player levels are completely free.
[Download for Mac] (right click and Save-as)
[Download for Linux] (right click and Save-as)
(last updated 18/06/2014)
People have done some really incredible things with the VVVVVV editor. I want to share that work as far and wide as I can!
Lots of new VVVVVV ports
VVVVVV is now available on iPhone, iPad, Android, and OUYA!
These ports have been quite a long time coming! Actually, I originally started the iPhone port before I started Super Hexagon, way back in 2012. So it feels very, very good to finally have it finished, and released. This is something I felt I really had to take on myself – VVVVVV’s important to me, and it was really important to me that this be done right. I wanted the game to be as good as it could be on mobile. I feel very good about how it’s turned out!
You can get it from here:
Nicalis have been working on a Vita port as well – this should be coming out sometime this summmer!
Surprise! Today I’m also releasing another game on iOS and Android: Super Gravitron. It’s a little minigame that you might remember from the end of VVVVVV!
It’s acting as sort of a demo, but mostly I just think it happens to work really well as it’s own thing on mobile. And it’s completely free! Get it here:
Thanks to Ethan Lee, VVVVVV on desktop has finally gotten an update! Version 2.2 fixes a bunch of long standing bugs (for example, player level warp lines) and makes the 2.1 changes official (like player maps, coloured text in player levels, editor direct mode, etc).
If you’re on steam, this update also adds achievements! They’re the same ones that VVVVVV always had, except now they’re recognised by steam. If you’ve already got them, log into today and you should get awarded a bunch of them at once, which is extremely satisfying!
Finally – remember that amazing Metal Medley of VVVVVV music by @FamilyJules7x? Yeah, both Souleye and I were seriously impressed!
The soundtrack comes with a mod, which you can install in your player level directory to play the game with the metal soundtrack instead of the original one!
That’s all, everyone! Thanks for playing!