Sorry for the late response!
I did not know an uninstaller can be misconfigured. Every time I add an update, I always test it on a few computers before I release it: but the uninstaller thing I’ll definitely put into account! As for .zips? The reason why most indie devs like me aren’t used to more compressive file formats is because you have to download it from these stand-alone sites (I believe one program had a habit of showing ads in the free version); and after what happened with Audacity, I’m a little antsy with those sites. Also, it requires the program to both compress the file AND extract it, and players may have the same feeling about those sites as I do.
And I just remembered why I haven’t made the file reduction update after so long! I wanted to do a complete music overhaul by using a different tracker. In hindsight, I did not like some of the instruments I’ve used and some of the tracks I believe requires some reworking. If you have some critiques about some of the songs, please let me know!
My current Autumn checklist:
- Finish the browser demo of OviVixen’s next game
- Music overhaul for OviVixen Arcade (Both versions - Guaranteed file reduction)
- Add achievements to OviVixen Arcade: Newgrounds Edition
- Release the Demo along with the Arcade update on Newgrounds and Itch
For now, I heavily recommend playing the Newgrounds version of OviVixen Arcade. It’s basically the same game as the one in the .exe version except for the 2-player gameplay, so there really is no reason to download this game right now.