Bartlomiej Tez has submitted an update for his LGeneral add-on 'SF Campaign' (e.g., some bombers can now attack submarines) and added 2 new extra scenarios (3city and Jordanow).
Wuzzy has submitted a new theme for LBreakout2 called 'Clear Colors'.
Fixed all PHP script section beginnings to work with newer PHP versions again.
To learn more about CSS and responsive web design I reworked this web site from scratch. Content is the same but now newer techniques are used for layouting (instead of 15 year old tables and spacer images...). It should also work on mobiles (especially the online games which are supposed to be optimized for portrait, didn't know how to block landscape so it will just look scrappy there). I hope everything works, I could only check it on a few devices.
Vignesh Sampath Kumar has submitted a new theme 'Arkanoid1' that was inspired by Arkanoid 1.
By default the converter lgc-pg no longer separates roads and bridges into different terrain types (still exists as an option if required for special cases). This restores compatibility with the old add-ons which were broken until 1.3.0. Also some segmenation faults have been fixed.
In Kids mode bonuses now last four times longer and brick regeneration is four times slower to compensate for the very slow ball movement. A danish translation is available thanks to Joe Dalton, Colin Tuckley fixed a server crash and some levelsets have been added or updated.
Thanks to Ivan Baidakou there is now a fresh LGeneral port for Windows available. It lacks sound at the moment though.
In campaign mode core units can now be transferred to next scenario. However, only for consecutive scenarios, e.g., while you are in the east or west but not from east to west. Also a number of compilation issues were fixed.
Carpet bombing is now displayed properly (when attacking empty city/airfield) and the damage status is stored in saved games. Thanks to Markus Koschany the desktop info and icon files are stored in the proper locations. The deploy mask has been improved and a number of smaller issues were fixed.