Finally adding 60fps support.
The game VVVVVV was originally released in early 2010, offering a puzzle platformer that was originally built on Adobe Flash and was released for the PC and Mac. Positive reviews for the game made it a hit, making it one of the most successful indie games ever released.
Just the other day, its creator Terry Cavanagh has tweeted that VVVVVV is getting a surprise update, seven years after it was last updated. The new update will not only offer bug fixes but will add 60fps support to the game as well.
We've got a big update to VVVVVV live in the steam beta branch "2.3-testing" – the first update to the game in nearly seven years. Feedback and bug reports very welcome! pic.twitter.com/xTc5TOZhpL
— Terry Cavanagh (@terrycavanagh) April 10, 2021
Cavanaugh mentioned that most of the contents of the update were due to source contributions, and cited user @Info__Teddy as one of the major contributors. It’s great that VVVVVV is still getting support from the developers and the community over the years, and should give the game a few more years of support.