This new update for 0RBITALIS finally brings one of the most requested features: the online help system. By pressing H, it is possible to see where and when best players across the world clicked in order to solve a level. This feature not only allows players to solve levels much more easily, but also gives an interesting insight on how gravitational waves behave.
On top of that, a lot of effort has been put into making the game much faster, especially for players with old machines.
0RBITALIS is also celebrating the Rosetta rendezvous with 67P/CG, including a new level in which players will have to adjust the trajectory of their probe in order to orbit around the comet.
As always, working on 0RBITALIS is an exciting experience, especially when you can see new features getting alive. This update of 0RBITALIS also matches with GDC Europe, where I'll be giving a talk about jam games. Which, of course, will feature 0RBITALIS! I can't wait to read feedback and criticism from the Steam community and, as always, I'm looking forward to the next update!