Graceful Explosion Machine: Software updates (latest update: Ver. 1.0.3?)

Graceful Explosion Machine

In this post, you will find everything there is to know about the Software updates for Graceful Explosion Machine on the Nintendo Switch (originally released on April 6th 2017 in Japan, Europe and North America).

How to download updates for Graceful Explosion Machine for the Nintendo Switch?

To download updates for the game on Nintendo Switch, you have two options:

  • try to launch the game from the Home Menu while being connected to the internet. You should get a prompt when doing so: simply follow the instructions on screen;
  • select the game > press either + or – to go to the Options page > select Software update > select Via the Internet.

Graceful Explosion Machine – Ver. 1.0.3

  • Release date: December 1st 2017 (worldwide)
  • Patch notes:

None available.

  • List of changes:

Graceful Explosion Machine – Ver. 1.0.2

  • Release date: May 18th (worldwide)
  • Patch notes:
  • adds “Upload Score Later” feature
  • adds “Screenshake” option
  • additional fixes and improvements
  • Additional notes: this update focuses on Quality of Life features. The “Upload Score Later” feature allows you to save your score, so that you upload it later, once you have access to an internet connection. This is pretty useful for players who like to play on the go, where they generally don’t have such a connection at hand.From now on, when you end up on the Score Screen, simply chose “Later” to save your score. After that, once you’re online, select “Upload Scores” from the Main Menu (by pressing the X button): this will automatically upload all the pending scores. Something happens and the upload fails? No problem: you can retry later.

    With this update, the developers also added an option to reduce or disable the Screenshake effect, which should help players suffering from motion sickness.

  • Official website: Vertex Pop

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