Release Notes: Three denial of service attacks (or accidents) have been fixed. Forged clients could crash or freeze a server by sending wrong data that was left unchecked, and a clumsy remote administrator could freeze the server by entering commands that produce too much output. 0.2.8.2.1 fixes all of that.
Release Notes: First development release in the 0.3 series. Features a new HUD (with map), a new sound engine, new glancing, tab completion, and more.
Release Notes: Some smaller improvements and bugfixes went into this release. Console and chat now have a history function, spectators are now visible to other players and can chat and be kicked, and team management has been sanitized a bit.
Release Notes: Some bugs of lesser importance have been fixed since 0.2.8.1. Under rare circumstances, cycles could pass through each other's trail, for example. New features include a history for the chat and console input fields, the ability for spectators to be seen and to chat with each other, some rudimentary control of players over the team formation using chat commands, and more tricks for the cycle trail length.
Release Notes: Two security fixes were made since 0.2.8.0_rc4: A malicious server administrator was able to inject files in arbitrary positions on connecting clients, provided there was no file there initially; and a malicious remote server administrator, often chosen to be an ordinary player, could read arbitrary files partially.
Release Notes: A compiler bug in some versions of GCC has been worked around, and strict adherence to resource naming standards is now enforced. Apart from that, this release adds only minor bugfixes (camera stuck in free mode), tweaks (wall texture), and configurability (menu key and smart camera).
Release Notes: The 0.2.8 series, codenamed Artemis, introduces arenas of arbitrary shape, nonorthogonal driving directions, and game recording facilities. The functionality of the in-game administration interface has been extended to all console commands. There are countless bugfixes and some performance improvements.
Release Notes: This release includes fixed for security issues that were uncovered recently, as well as fixes for various annoying bugs and improvements to the network code.
Release Notes: This release aims mainly at giving players greater control over each other. You can now silence other players and issue polls to kick unfriendly players from the server. The "huge chat" exploit has been disabled by truncating chat messages both on the server and on the clients. Additionally, the long sought-after option to display the player names above the cycles so you can identify them easier has been implemented.
Release Notes: This release disables the fullscreen toggle and other key bindings while in chat mode. It also fixes a crash which occurred when entering the team menu while in observer mode.