I know many of you are probably squirming in your seats trying to find the previous Trigonometry Wars article because I said that the previous release was the final version, but 71M just couldn't resist updating his game once more before the NeoFlash Summer Coding Competition closes. There's only 1 day left (on my watch) for the NeoFlash, and our very own competition, so make sure you get your entries in now! We will surely have a huge amount of homebrew for you coming this week as the entries into our competition are revealed.
This "final" release of Trigonometry Wars adds diagonal support for the secondary control scheme (uses the buttons to move). In the previous version, you could not move on a diagonal plane, but this new release fixes that issue and other small optimizations. With this being the final release before the competition ends over at NeoFlash, we would like to wish all those who entered - Good Luck!
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