Source: JCF thread
Seeing a new JDC season start, we decided to aim for a sooner release, and I’m happy to announce we finished work on version 5.1 today. As often happens after a major release, this update mostly focuses on fixing various bugs and glitches in previously introduced features.
The highlights of this release are built-in support of 800×600 resolution and an /antiradar command that prevents some most commonly used forms of cheating.
The full change log is available here.
Earlier this year I’ve stumbled upon some new speedrun activity for Jazz2.In my own excitement I searched and shared some of my own strategies to help boost the Jazz2 speedrun community. I found some and managed to share them through e-mail contact. Using these newly introduced skips combined with their own strategies, the game rapidly developed for speedrunning.
A couple of months passed and one the talented and persistent speedrunners, BinaryBlob (also known as Niklash92), recently managed to beat the single player in under 20 minutes! This is insanely fast and I never thought it would be possible that the game could be beaten in this time. It is a true milestone indeed… You should definitely check out his skill and methods with the rabbit.
It would be nice to subscribe to the man to show some love for his dedication.This was posted on RabbitJournal on August 17th 2015. You can post, too!
You might have noticed, you see now the old version of Jazz2Online. This to celebrate the 15th birthday of this webpage.
So take a cake, download something and review it!
Source: Jazz Duelist's Challenge
The awards for the past season have finally been posted, and the next season has been subsequently announced. JDC 24 is set to begin on August 15th, which is two weeks from now!
If you like messing about with graphics, be sure to check out the logo contest on the JCF.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.