Turns out there were some problems with GearHead2 version 0.700, uploaded yesterday. It crashes on Windows, contains a spelling error, and I even forgot to update the version number on the title screen again. A new release that fixes all of these problems has been uploaded to GitHub. Sorry for the inconvenience.
I’ve just uploaded GearHead2 v0.630 to GitHub. This completes the move away from the old repository, and sets the baseline for future development. It’s not a very exciting release, but it does fix some longstanding bugs and add a couple of interface improvements. Check below the fold for the full list of changes.
I’ve just uploaded GearHead 1 v1.302 to GitHub. This release adds the first new content of my recent revisions in the form of two new lancemates. The Fan is a wannabe cavalier; they might not be very good at adventuring yet, but they have a lot of room for growth. Bear Bastard is the leader …
I’ve just uploaded version 1.301 to GitHub. This is largely a bugfix release; there were several problems with the improved SDL interface, as expected. I also fixed some problems with the content, including what I hope is the cause of the mysterious villainous reputation Thanks to everybody who submitted bug reports. The other big thing …
I’ve just uploaded a new release of GH1 to GitHub. This one overhauls the SDL interface, updates the gender and romance options, allows skill training to be purchased for lancemates, and fixes a whole lot of bugs. Precompiled binaries for Linux and Windows are available; unfortunately, I don’t currently have access to a Mac. Detailed …
I’ve just uploaded a bugfix release of GearHead-1 to GitHub. It fixes a crash that occurs at the conclusion of the kidnapping story. You can download it from here: https://github.com/jwvhewitt/gearhead-1/releases/tag/v1.201 This version also includes several of Michael Deutschmann’s patches and fixes some minor scripting problems. Important note for Windows users: I’ve moved the gharena save+cfg …
I’ve just uploaded a new release of GearHead-1 to Github. You can download compiled versions for Windows and Linux, as well as the source code, from here. Let me know if you have any trouble… I haven’t done this in ages and just hope I packed everything right. Version 1.200 compiles with the latest release …