Frank Wille updated his Sqrxz 2 ports for Amiga OS4, MorphOS and NetBSD i386. The NetBSD PPC port is an initial port! We hope you will be enjoying this little update, as it will be most likely the last one for Sqrxz 2. Thanks Frank!
Xavier ‘Indiket’ Vallejo of dreamcast.es fame sent in updates for Sqrxz 2 for Dreamcast and Mac OS X. Thanks Indiket!
Fabio ‘oibaf’ Olimpieri update Sqrxz 2 for Wii and GameCUbe! Enjoy the change of screen effects on the fly and the freshly added “Soundcheck” in the options menue, if you like the tunes, but never made it far.
One major complaint we had about Sqrxz 2 was: “We like the tunes made by Alexander Wiklund, but we are not able to go further to the next level!”. An important feature has been now added to Sqrxz 2… our all beloved Soundcheck-Option! Listen to all tunes, without playing throughout all levels!
The first updated platform is for Windows (32-Bit; should run on 64-Bit too) and here is the change log:
* v1.10 (January/2016)
– improved file system (old. zda files in /data can be deleted!)
– added soundcheck option
– added ability to change screen effects on the fly (system depending)
– added ability to change screen size without restarting (system depending)
Thanks to Lars Persson (AnotherGuest) making this update possible!
Yet another Retroguru release! Fabio Olimperi was so kind and brought Sqrxz 2 to the wonderful GameCube. As you have already recognized by now, we seem to reverse-release all Sqrxz parts for GameCube, so next up in a few days… the very first part of Sqrxz! For now… enjoy Sqrxz 2!
Three more release for Wii to come from Retroguru, but today we serve you Sqrxz 2 for Wii, ported by Fabio Olimpieri.
Along with all Sqrxz parts, we will be at the 6th Retro-Börse Vienna tomorrow, also presenting Giana’s Return and Xump for the Wii as first release. Thanks to our Wii-Porter Fabio! The homepage might not be updated immediate, so the first-release will remain exclusive for this event in Vienna.
Indiket has made it possible! After two years of Sqrxz 2 we finally do have a Mac OS X port! Required is a Mac with Mac OS X v10.4+ and an Intel processor. Thanks Indiket!
Really a lot of effort has gone into the following video review of the Sqrxz-Quadrology made by Chris/Memories in 8Bit. Check it out and feel free to leave comments. We at Retroguru truly enjoyed it.
Chris of Memories in 8Bit found a bug in the 64-Bit Linux builds of Sqrxz. The issue is fixed now. Downloads available in their sections.