As we finish up our remastering of "(I Fell in Love With) The Majesty of Colors," we've settled on our list of enhancements we're making in this version. Beyond making the game work on modern devices, here are the major changes you'll get when you purchase the new version:
- Updated Art: We're keeping the original art style and most of the original art, but here and there we've made adjustments to make the world more legible or attractive. Additionally, there are new special effects for the monster, the particle systems, and the plane banners that will make them look cool and fit in with the pixel aesthetic.
- Remastered Sound: The sounds have all been remade from scratch. We haven't made any major changes to their style, but they are now much higher-quality and certain effects are real-time instead of pre-baked.
- Improved Physics: Instead of just falling straight downward, game objects now react realistically to being dropped or tossed.
- Accessibility Improvements: We've modified the game to work with touch input and to have text style options to help avoid too-small or hard-to-read text.
- Clarified Helicopter Scene: We improved our number-one most common source of player confusion, giving a visual clue as to why you can't just place the child directly into the helicopter.
- Grabbable Birds: Birds are now grabbable (but not drownable)!
- Steam Achievements: We'll make sure that the achievements don't interfere with the mood of the game.
There are some minor changes that aren't listed here, as well as some items that we may add in a later patch. We're looking forward to seeing what people think of the remastering once we release!