Teardown developer Tuxedo Labs has released a neat update to the game, featuring accessibility and difficulty options.
The Explosive Robbery game has added six new options that can make the game easier or harder. "We've done our best to balance the difficulty of Teardown with what we believe is an appropriate level of challenge," reads the options page. "If you think the game is too hard, too easy, or just want a more relaxed experience, you can make adjustments here."
The options are divided into two categories, campaign and sandbox. The first includes options to adjust the alarm time of the game, increase or decrease ammunition, health and skip missions completely. Sandbox mode accessibility allows you to unlock all levels and tools instantly. There is also an ingenious reminder of exactly where the save file is located, although there is no button to open the location of the file from the game.
Today we released a Teardown update with difficulty / accessibility options. I know there are mixed opinions about these types of configurations. Personally, I am very grateful when they are offered games and there are many games that I would have to stop playing without them. What is your opinion? pic.twitter.com/KSUNZ6NGuYJune 28, 2021
"I know there are mixed opinions about this type of configuration," developer Dennis Gustafsson said in a tweet next to the announcement of the update. "Personally, I'm very grateful when they offer them games and there are a lot of games I should stop playing without them." Accessibility options are just that [options] and it’s always good when developers offer ways for more people to enjoy games.
The thaw is still underway Early access to Steam, and Gustafsson regularly shares development nuggets on his Twitter. He recently showed off his terrifying harassment robots, which is a far cry from the game, but which still gave our Nat the scares. Still, it's not as bad as the time the modders filled the game with spiders.