Cloudlands: VR Minigolf developer Futuretown released a new update for the HTC Vive compatible title recently, adding several new features and improvements. The main addition to the title is a new level editor allowing players to make their own designs.
The editor was first revealed in June with an early beta version made available in July. Since then the studio has released incremental updates prior to a full release. Fully released this weekend the level editor not only allows players to create and play on their own courses but also everyone else’s. Download and play over 200 new holes created by the Steam community or create a playlist.
Also included in the new update are new advanced controls allowing players to rotate themselves in game, medium and long putters have been increased in length and the whole title has been updated to Unity 5.4 which should help performance.
The full list of changes can be found below. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Cloudlands: VR Minigolf, reporting back with any further updates.
Download and play custom holes (Steam Workshop Integration)
Playlists to load a set of holes (Also on the Workshop)
New advanced controls that allow you to rotate yourself in the game. Turn them on under “Settings” in the pause menu.
Medium and long putters are now slightly longer.
Updated to Unity 5.4 (Shows better performance on some systems)
There are screenshots when selecting holes for a custom course
More Level editor pieces
Fix controller detection issues on startup
Update Steam Demo
In online multiplayer sometimes other player’s putters don’t show up correctly.
Visual issues such as the golf flag being too small in custom holes.
Editor pieces can get in a state where they have invisible snap points.
A few things are not translated into Chinese yet