New IndieCity Client for Windows!
We’ve just pushed out a new version of the Windows Client, and since it’s a fairly big change we figured you might want a bit of an overview of what’s changed, and where things have moved to!
The most obvious change is the UI, which will be familiar to you if you’ve used the Pi Store.
You can now view the IndieCity Store through the Client, as well as having quick, in-Client access to the forum and your developer area.
The library area has been modified to make it easier to filter down and find what you’re looking for in a library which might now contain applications, developer tools, etc., as well as games.
There have also been a bunch of bug fixes, including (but not limited to):
- Fixed the bug that caused the game “update” button to not do anything.
- Fixed non-public games in CAP not adding to the Client.
- Made the Client more responsive, especially when logging into a user with a large library.
- Stability fixes.
Known issues with this current build:
- “Time played” statistic sometimes doesn’t update
- The URL shown when in “explore” doesn’t display parameters like sorting order or game tag.
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