[Release] Angguss just released OpenTTD Vita v0.3 (Transport Tycoon Deluxe)

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  1. rsn8887
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    Angguss released v0.3 of OpenTTD Vita, a re-implementation of Transport Tycoon Deluxe. This includes my pull requests to improve performance and controls.

    Download:
    https://github.com/angguss/openttd/releases/latest

    The game takes quite long to load (ca. 15-20 seconds).

    openttd_4.

    Release Notes:

    Updated version with many changes, fixes and speed fixes mainly thanks to @rsn8887 (PR1, PR2). Now rebased and in sync with the official OpenTTD repo, included is a file (data.zip) containing opengfx & opensfx you can extract into ux0:/data to play without preparing the files yourself.

    Full details of changes by rsn8887 below:

    • Huge performance increase & resolution now locked to 960x544
    • Standard overclocking (444) now applied
    • Left analog joystick controls the mouse pointer much more responsive and smoothly now.
    • The touch screen is now used for indirect mouse input, like on a laptop touchpad. Move a single finger to move the mouse pointer. Use short tap for left click. Hold a single finger while tapping a second finger for right click. Drag with two fingers to drag and drop.
    • Updated control mapping:
      • Left analog stick = mouse pointer control
      • D-Pad or right analog stick = scrolling the map.
      • Cross or R = left mouse click
      • Circle or L = right mouse click
      • Square = zoom-in
      • Triangle = zoom-out
      • Double clicking with cross or R over a text field = brings up the built-in on-screen keyboard
    • Music is now working
    • Enable cursor key map scrolling with BT keyboard
    • Extra memory (total 300 MB heap) is enabled on Vita (for music and larger maps)
     
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  2. swit

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    thanks, rsn8887, great update!
    I'm wondering if I should still bother installing the original TTD to get the best possible OpenTTD experience or maybe those opengfx & opensfx packages are already better then vanilla resources? (asking as a person without any nostalgia for vanilla look of the game). I can't find any direct screenshot comparisions.
     
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    They are of similar quality, but different. The level of detail in the graphics of this game is truly breathtaking.

    Original dos (not included, copied files from original dos game to baseset folder)
    openttd_1.

    Opengfx (included)
    openttd_2.
     
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  4. swit

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    thanks! Both are of similar quality, indeed. I'll stick with the included ones.
     
  5. Gromber

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    amazing, i must try this!
     
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