Netdisaster has been developed for several years now, and was not meant to become a desktop application. The original programming was in Flash 4, and the older animations are still in use in the current desktop version, although the main engine relies on newer programming techniques. This makes the whole thing a bit messy. There's nothing that would endanger your computer, but rather troubles that could make your user experience a bit buggy sometimes. My intention was to provide a replacement application (for the former online engine) as soon as possible. So as of now, the application is obviously far from perfect. I'm currently working at making it a more stable and clean programming. Each new release will bring some improvements, detailed here after.
Sep. 23, 2009
- In some disasters, on wider screens, the mouse control wasn't allowed on the edges of the screen.
Sep. 17, 2009
- In some disasters, on wider screens, the mouse control isn't allowed on the edges of the screen.
- Some disasters behave unexpectedly when played after some others