Release Notes: A list of highscores has been added, and there are three new levels. Some small bugs have been fixed, and minor aspects of the UI have been improved.
Release Notes: The most important changes in this release are the addition of the ability to save / load games, and several new and improved levels in the CrashAndBurn mission.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash which occured in some of the missions, improves performance, and adds several small fixes/improvements.
Release Notes: The most notable change is the addition of some very nice new levels.There are some really nice graphics, splash screens shown between levels, the ability to switch taxis during a single mission, and the ability to use only a subset of passengers in a given level. The UI for changing missions has been improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of compilation issues, and Taxipilot is now a lot more sensible about errors in the configuration files, and will not longer exit, even on serious errors. There is now a common animation framework that is not only more consistent, but also more flexible than the old patchwork. The sound framework has also been changed for more consistency.
Release Notes: This version introduces sound-support, making the game much more enjoyable. Sound support is not entirely complete yet, and more and better sound files are desperately needed. One new level has been added, and a few minor bugs have been fixed. This version of Taxipilot requires KDE 3.x. Compilation for KDE 2.x is no longer expected to work (but this has not been tested).
Release Notes: This release comes with a lot of new features which exploit the new events and states-framework. One new level has been added, and a number of minor bugs have been fixed. The basic gaming functionality is considered more or less complete with this release.
Release Notes: This release has a number of bugfixes and small enhancements (such as a rework of the pause framework). A framework has been added for the translation of config files. This release has been ported to KDE 3 (compilation instructions for KDE 2 are provided in the documentation).
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed, including the annoying crash which occurred when the game was closed. This release also introduces a new framework for events and states. This framework is not complete yet, but already allows for great flexibility in creating doors and switches. A new level which makes use of these new features has also been added.
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes and reworks some internals. It is the first release to come with a (i586) precompiled binary.