The new Definitive Edition has a number of updates, including quality of life, technical changes and balance, including a hint system, three difficulty modes, a jukebox, a new borderline and a new English translation.
Save Me Mr Tako was originally released in October 2018 but was completely removed from the digital storefront two years later after Galati parted with original publisher Nicalis. At the time, specific reasons for the separation were not specified. However, Galati previously alluded to an issue with the game patch release through Nicalis, indicating that Nicalis had total control over whether the issue with the game was resolved, Nicalis president Tyrone Rodriguez responded on Twitter. At that time, Save Me Mr Tako “hasn’t returned what we’ve put in it” and could not justify the resource to fix the QA. A report from Kotaku around the same time indicated that Galati was not the only indie developer. Only one has this problem or a similar one.
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