While we continue to write the next segment of "Headless Swarm", we've been fixing bugs and making small enhancements to the overall Exploit: Zero Day game.
This weekend, we released an accessibility improvement: text links in EZD now have underlines. It's a small change, but having a second visual indicator that something is a link (the first is color) is a basic accessibility measure that we've been lacking since the original roll out. We're glad to have fixed it.
Navigation-wise, pages in the store now link to the key redemption page. This will help streamers, press, and others find their way to redeeming keys if they aren't coming from a link we provide.
As we were writing the third job in "Headless Swarm", we realized that our main body font in EZD didn't have support for the Cyrillic alphabet, which made our Russian system titles look bad in the default "sans-serif" font. We added a fallback font for that and fixed a graphical issue in which the node linking line was misaligned in the system editor.
If you don't have Alpha access to EZD yet, you can do so by either buying "Headless Swarm" or by joining the mailing list for a key when we send this month's newsletter. If you're a streamer, YouTuber, or member of the press, request keys from distribute().
Our first release, Ossuary is available on Steam, itch.io, Humble, and IndieGameStand. Press-like people, you can also request a copy of Ossuary from distribute().