London, 19th June 2009, SaintXi, an independent games studio, today released the first patch to their addictive new 3D simulation game - Light of Altair. This update will help you plan your battle strategies with a new ETA timer for enemy attack fleets, and also lets you deselect the current building for construction.
A number of gameplay and mission glitches were also smoothed out for version 1.01.
NB: Steam and Archive Games users can update to version 1.01 automatically through their installed clients, this patch is not required.
*** Release Notes***
Update Notes of Light of Altair Patch 1.01
Added enemy fleet ETAs on a planet's tooltip
Added option to deactivate construction mode on RMB
Added tooltips on why building deletion may not be allowed
Autosave issue relating to combat
AI issue in 'The Luyten Incident'
Plural errors in the colony economy tooltip
Objective issue in 'Remnants of the Past'
Energy use of Shield Generators
Game crash due to low framerate
Objective criteria in 'Cities of Jupiter'
Objective completion in 'Formations'
Save of structures not in a colony
Starbase issues with destruction
Trade issues where trade routes were not created
AI corrected in 'Ascension'
Travel time popup shows correct value of days
Various possessive grammatical errors with its and it's
ABOUT LIGHT OF ALTAIR
Light of Altair is a colony building simulation with a rich single player campaign based on a detailed future-history of Earth. You can grow colonies from landing pod to metropolis, while sending off new spaceships to expand your territory to other worlds. You are not alone in space, 8 factions from different parts of the world are all following their own agendas in the solar system challenging each other for the wealth and power of the new worlds.After you complete the campaign storyline there is a cruelly difficult "Hard Mode" to master, and the missions have bonus objectives to let you prove your economic and military tactics even further.
SaintXi (http://www.saintxi.com) is an independent London based games studio. Founded in 2008, SaintXi develops high-quality games for the PC market.