Norbyte has released an update for Downfall, bringing it to version 2.2.2. Downfall is a strategy styled game modeled after the Tetris genre, but designed to take it a step further. The update features minor performance enhancements and a bug fix. According to Norbyte:
Software developer Norbyte has released version 2.2.2 of their 3D arcade/puzzle game Downfall.
Downfall takes the falling blocks genre one step further with its real-time 3D graphics and 24 uniquely designed implementations of the classic concept, each offering the player special bonus blocks and rules that fit the board, and requiring different tactics to master.
New in this version:
- You can now delete individual highscores (click on "Highscores" in the main menu, then right- or Ctrl-click on the name you want removed)
- A bug (Mac version only) has been fixed: Instead of freezing, Downfall now switches out (hides in the dock) when an application in the background wants to display an alert
You can find more information about the Downfall update at the Norbyte Web site. Downfall 2.2.2 is available shareware for US$14.95.