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Ambient 'relax 'em up' mountain simulation game MTN gets first update

Ambient 'relax 'em up' mountain simulation game MTN gets first update

July 29, 2014
MTN ("Mountain"), the ambient "relax 'em up" procedural mountain simulation game created by filmmaker and artist David O'Reilly, has received its anticipated 1.1 update on iOS. The first update to the game, which was released on iOS at the beginning of this month, MTN 1.1 delivers a number of new features and enhancements. The update includes improved save and load times, new items to acquire, new unlockable modes, a new songbook menu that lets you see which modes you've unlocked by playing the piano, and more:
  • Significantly improved save & load times
  • Fixed save orientation bug
  • Many, many new items to acquire
  • New “songbook” menu to keep your unlocked modes in one place
  • Many more unlockable modes
  • A comprehensive quality settings menu (tap the word QUALITY in the menu)
  • Several new audio options
  • Fixed bugs with camera control
  • Updates to the thought system
  • Many minor graphical tweaks
Check out the launch trailer for MTN: If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The new version of MTN is available now on the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. See also: Shivers the Squirrel comes to Gameloft's Littlest Pet Shop with lots of new content and Zynga's NaturalMotion updates Clumsy Ninja with new summer-themed content.

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