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we have just started playing Rush Troopers after lockdown for several hours.

And the most annoying bug is now fixed - after reviving the partner the revived person has now always the usual weapon and can fire. Well done!

One bug is still present - when someone was wounded and was revived really late (i.e. blinking), that person is visible on his feet for a second and is then disappears. But when the remaining person dies, the enemies seem to crowd at a different location than the last death as if the 1st dead person is still there and the game does not ask to "retreat" / "try again".

We could not see a larger field of view - but I will come back to that when using an 8k screen - so maybe late 2021.  ;)

Best wishes - and keep up the excellent work!

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Thanks for the clear bug report. Going to look into it. Best wishes from me also. :)

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New version 1.2.8 is up. The bug should be fixed now. 

Also "fixed" it so that the enemies don't try to smack down things like street lanterns. :) And players now stay visible in Mission Mode's "game over" screen.

(ps: 8k will not give you a larger field of view either ;) )

Thanks a lot - we can confirm that the bug is fixed now. Many thanks for your work - and unfortunately we have no bug left to report to you. ;)

Just out of curiosity - do you have any interest to put this fantastic game to other platforms like GOG? From my point of view it is astonishing that there are a lot of games present on all gaming platforms which have not come out of beta state while Rush Trooper is a really captivating experience and from our point of view the best local coop game in that respect (we have tried more than 50) - and it's the game we spent the most time with by far.

I understand that Rush Troopers could be more popular if I (or others) did some marketing for it, especially in these current times where a zillions of games are released every day and good ones easily slip under the radar.

But marketing, and releasing the game on other platforms like Steam, PS Store - and probably also GOG - costs quite a bit of money. And as I wanted Rush Troopers to be a (completely) free game, this was not an option. It would be nice if some popular Youtube influencers would showcase it but I don't want to be a beggar. ;)

(There is however an, although now outdated, Android OS port on the Google Play store: