(on mac & ubuntu linux, execute) cal.sh – Short for “Compile and load”
– when prompted, press the reset button on your device.
To fit as much as possible into the game, we had to forego the USB libraries, which means to re-flash your device, you have to follow the standard reset procedure (not flashlight mode).
Use this guide to re-flash your Arduboy after you install Evade 2:
We filled the device to the brim to make this release possible: Program size is 28672 bytes (100%) of a maximum 28,672 bytes!
First first-person Flight simulator for the Arduboy.
3 x enemies
3 x “Aces” (think bosses)
11 total songs
Space Balls (don’t crash into them!)
Smooth scalable vector graphics
Given that the uploading of this game has been causing people issues, perhaps a big bold “do not attempt to load this unless you are confident with reflashing your Arduboy using the reset button” message would be a good idea.
(I know there’s already a bold message, but apparently people are assuming the reset procedure is easy and doesn’t require carefully honed timing, or are thinking it’s normal.)
Actually I fixed this by opening and operating a few times with my thumb it seems thin objects like paper clips and sim tools can offset the pusher a little causing it to stick maybe something a little fatter like a blunt half of a cocktail stick will work better.
For what it’s worth, I use the tip of a mechanical pencil.
Most 0.5mm mechnical pencils (with a metal tip) have a similar size nib which works incredibly well.
If you make sure there’s no lead sticking out the end then it’s usually thin enough to get in the hole, wide enough to press the whole button down and blunt enough to do no damage.