11 years after release, VVVVVVV platformer gained 60 FPS support

At the beginning of last year, the VVVVVVV platformer turned 10 years old. Then the games creator Terry Cavanagh marked the event by publishing the source code of the project. Thanks to the availability of source code, almost 7 years after the release of the last patch, the platformer received another update.

As Kavanagh noted, now VVVVVVV works better on modern computers and supports 60 frames per second (and even more). Also, the contributors added additional features to the editor (including ghosts) and fixed numerous game errors.

While version 2. 3 is in the beta branch, which can be switched to in properties games on Steam.

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