In near future America, the emergence of corporate monopolies has placed a strangle hold on the economy. Among a glut of mass privatization, corporations begin contracting private military security firms to protect their assets. Setting a controversial precedent, defense contractor Grand Robotics Inc. deploys a private security firm to be their "Mergers & Acquisitions" arm.
After a failed attempt to buy out competing Bartleby Automation, Grand Robotics turns to their security firm to execute a "hostile takeover" of their competitor. The firm storms into Bartleby's corporate HQ, cuts the power, and locks the building down.
In Turnover you play Clea Holden, a Bartleby worker who becomes caught in the middle of the crisis. Coming to the conclusion that the situation is too volatile, Clea hatches a desperate plan to escape. She must find freedom, armed with only her determination to survive.
I pushed a new update to Turnover, which brings a number of all around improvements. You can check out the full list of changes here. I played through Turnover again with a new controller, so there are a couple of controller-centric improvements.
Turnover now uses the analog values of axis sticks for controller aiming. Frankly, I think it is silly that I didn’t implement this much earlier.
Here’s an example:
The old analog aiming just used one speed values when holding aim and moving the stick around. So, no matter how far you moved the stick, it moved at one speed.
The new analog aiming now uses the stick range values for aiming, resulting in finer touch. This should make throwing accuracy much, much higher.
Now, if you have multiple controllers plugged into your PC, you can select which one you would like to use in the Options menu.
As always, if you are having issues with Turnover, you can head on over to the Discussion forum and let me know!
In the interest of full disclosure, I have changed the Linux requirements for Turnover on the Steam page. As of this next update, Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit is the only supported Linux distribution for Turnover. All other distros are unsupported.
In the past, I had worked hard to ensure that Turnover worked in number of distros, including Ubuntu 16, Solus, Arch Linux, and SteamOS. With every new Steam client update, something breaks on one or more of these distros. I can no longer keep up with ensuring Turnover will run flawlessly on all of these anymore. I simply do not have the resources to do so.
So, if you want to ensure that you can play Turnover on Linux, you will need to run Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit.
Turnover has been update with experimental custom level support, as well as a handful of important bug fixes.
Turnover's latest update includes an in-game tutorial, enemy hearing improvements, sound HUD hints, and more.
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