5 comments on “Chris Remo, 23rd of October, 2013

  1. Anonymous says:

    There’s a small but significant bug in Olmec’s boss room right now that I think you should be warned of. If the blocks below the exit are destroyed, either from Olmec smashing it or those blocks getting bombed, you won’t be able to leave the room after you defeat him, so to be safe, it’s best to try to keep Olmec and any bomb explosions on the left side of the room, away from that exit.

    I think that exit has a proper indestructible platform beneath it, like most other exits, on the Xbox version, so it’s probably a bug in the PC version. My guess is that this is caused by the normal exit is using the same door type as the entrance to Hell, even though it isn’t supposed to.

    • Anonymous says:

      Upon further investigation, that bug appears to have been fixed at some point, so disregard my above post and feel free to let Olmec smash around whatever part of his room you like!

  2. Ben Wilson says:

    On the topic of random generation which was talked about around the 5 minute mark, Derek Yu has talked a bit about the process on his blog: http://makegames.tumblr.com/post/4061040007/the-full-spelunky-on-spelunky
    There’s also a segment on him in Indie Game: the Movie, where he goes into similar detail. I believe it’s one of the extras that came with the special edition.

  3. Ben Carnow says:

    Fun fact, the “Monster shitty bee” is actually a scorpionfly, and they actually exist.

    Although they are terrifying in appearance the “Stinger” in real life contains no venom; it is their sex organs. Nature is weird.

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