We've come back with a massive update adding in two new songs, fixing a number of bugs and slowdowns, addings a bunch of new features, and set the foundations of the online system.
You can now update your game using our new updater and re-download purchased DLC using the website.
There were two songs originally intended to be in Pulsen: Ultra I we never did include and instead put them into Pulsen for everyone to enjoy!
We also added a new Intricate Scoring style for those looking for a greater challenge as well as the abilities to choose a speed mod set and save your modifiers even after the game's been closed.
NOTE: For your old Pulsen: Ultra I DLC to work with this new version of Pulsen, you will have to update Ultra I to version r0002. You can get this version by creating an account on our website.
- Two previously-unreleased songs for Pulsen: Ultra I moved to Pulsen
- New Pulsen Updater updates your game and DLC
- Top ratings changed
- P Max
- Remade noteskin graphics for Pulsen holds and rolls
- Shape noteskins have new beat-colored lift graphics
- All noteskins can now have rotation disabled, not just Stable ones
- Change between noteskin sets when multiple noteskin sets exist
- New Intricate scoring style available for more granularity in timing
- Grades for Casual Scoring changed to medals
- Grades and Percentages show up when scrolling the music list
- Friends' scores show up when scrolling the music list
- Chooing the number of players has been truncated to one selector
- The options menu has been truncated to one selector
- More small-screen adjustments for easier viewing at lower resolutions
- Minor adjustments overall
- Setting added to hide groups on the music list
- Mouse controls work when selecting title menu items, unlocking songs, cheating, and exiting
- Improved framerate by automatically disabling some graphics settings when the framerate consistenly gets too low
- When switching between Windowed and Fullscreen using [ALT][ENTER], your Windowed resolution will now be remembered
- Changing resolution settings in Resolutions.lua no longer requires restarting the game to test the changes
- Notes in charts can have custom beat colors
- Note columns can be moved independently of one another
- Loading the game
- Scrolling the music list
- Screen transition times have significantly decreased
- Minor Netbook performance improvements
- Muting, using the [PAUSE] key, now works more-consistently
- Previously, 3D notes would meld together; now they overlap
- Combo is now calculated properly for Casual scoring when finishing a song
- Total song time while playing is no longer +1 of the actual song time
- Total song time now displays the correct value on all screens
- Going to the music list screen will highlight a random song instead of the top one in the list
- Changing the unlock mode while selecting a song didn't save that mode after restarting Pulsen
- While playing Nyan Cat, stars no longer randomly fly across the screen