Developed by small studio Arkedo and published by SEGA, Hell Yeah! platformer for PC was launched on Steam earlier this month.
However, it appears that a handful of bugs have been plaguing the title since its launch. Some of these bugs crashed the game or got the players stuck in certain zones.
Well, good news for Hell Yeah!
players, as developers have just released the game's first patch, which fixes some of these bugs.
The crash in the leaderboard and customization menus due to names containing emoticons has only been temporary fixed until a more permanent solution is found. This means you'll be seeing question marks instead of emoticons after the patch is applied.
In addition, the game's screen resolution has been capped at 1920 width due to the fact that those with screens supporting a higher resolution were encountering crashes.
Last but not least, the right-hand crate in the knight fight in Zone 3 has been slightly moved as it occasionally got stuck in the environment.