Download: http://gamejolt.com/...erations/113176 (317 mb)
-Updated Rotor's running stage version; his backwalk used to be his normal walk, now he stays on the hoverboard.
-Slightly increased Tails and Antoine's attack power.
-Fixed the death animation bug that occurred in Astral Espionage Act 2.
-Changed Boss 1's targeted attack. Instead of a missile spam, it's now rapid artillery shots.
-Changed the "stage clear" theme to the episode title card theme from SatAM
-Added the SatAM episode title card graphic as the background for the "stage clear" screen
NOTE: For some people, the game may crash once you run the .exe included in the archive. If this happens, delete the Saves folder, and try again. This issue is only for the Windows version of the game.
You'll notice from the filename that this was intended for SAGE 2015, but in lieu of recent developments, I decided to post this here today.
Sonic SatAM Liberations is a 4-player action game based on the 1993 American TV series, Sonic The Hedgehog--better known as Sonic SatAM. It's primarily developed by myself, and co-developed by DJGameFreakTheIguana (developer of Sega Brawlers Megamix). The game features six playable characters, four Zones with two Acts each, and clips from the actual TV series as cutscenes in-game.
There are three game modes: Story, Arcade, and Character Profiles. Story Mode is the game as it was intended, with cutscenes and all. Arcade Mode is identical to story, but without the cutscenes. And Character Profiles will let you view a brief history of the main cast to familiarize yourself with the series.
The game was developed with the OpenBOR engine--meaning it can be played on any platform that runs OpenBOR. This includes popular homebrew consoles like Wii, PSP, and Dreamcast. The zip archive contains the Windows version of OpenBOR, preconfigured; so all you have to do is run OpenBOR.exe to play. I have included other versions of OpenBOR in the "Other Systems" folder, if you choose to play on another platform. Please view the (extensive) readme file for installation instructions.
In fact, for all other information about the game, including specific details on how the characters play, please view the enclosed readme. /> Otherwise, the How To Play option in-game should be sufficient to get you started. It's quite simple.
If you're playing with the included Windows version, the default controls are: A to jump, S to attack, Enter for Start/Pause, arrow keys to move, and F12 to take a screenshot. You can change these keys at any time under Options -> Control Options -> Setup Player #. Of course, most gamepads should be supported with the PC build as well.
One last note: for the best experience, I recommend you set Music Volume in Options to at least 200. This is because OpenBOR outputs audio at a rather low volume by default. If you're playing from the Windows OpenBOR version in the zip archive, all the configs are already set up.
I hope you enjoy!
- The audio in the cutscenes may be a little off-sync depending on the machine you're using to run the game. Generally speaking, the lower end your specs, the higher the chance the audio can be off-sync. I've personally tested this on my 5-year old laptop and Wii, with no syncing problems. But your mileage may vary.