<p>Taming the seven seas can often prove a pain, but taming the cowardly sailors who leave a match mid-battle can sometimes be even worse. Fleet Battle developer Smuttlewerk has thankfully recognised this issue, now following up on their previously-teased patch notes by way of a new online honor system. It’s still the same classic oceanic battle action players know, just a little more refined.</p><p>Rolling out for both iOS and Android versions of the game from today, now whenever a player who gets the sense they’re losing in an online battle scarpers, they’ll be appropriately penalized and dubbed “dishonourable”. This title will take effect any time the player leaves three out of ten games, rendering them unable to earn blue print rewards for the next five matches.</p><p>In addition to this, the latest patch sees a major overhaul to Fleet Battle’s in-game leaderboard setup. From now on they’ll be a lot more visible than before, making it easier for any and all fleet commanders to see how they stack up against the competition. Players now also get plenty of eye-grabbing weekly, monthly and all-time rewards for their player name plate too, with added country emblems being perfect for the particularly patriotic.</p><p>Lead your fleet to victory either alone or against others in Fleet Battle – now available for download with it’s latest update on both iOS and Android.</p>
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1、UPDATE: The reported audio bug appears to be caused by compatibility issues with Bluetooth headphones and speakers. Devolver Digital and developer Nomada Studio are now investigating and working on a fix. Original report continues below:<p>The gloriously pretty GRIS was one of the standout indie games from last year. A couple weeks back, an iOS port was announced, and it suddenly became available for download yesterday. Despite the fact that the game still looks fabulous and runs well, our sister site 148Apps reports that the current version suffers from several large technical issues.</p><p>Perhaps the most concerning problem at the moment is related to the game’s otherwise stellar audio. Basically, a bug causes the game’s normal, heavenly audio to switch suddenly to a ‘high-pitched digital noise’ that blasts out at ‘a volume that's quite uncomfortable to listen to’. Not great, especially considering that most mobile gamers will likely be playing GRIS with earphones.</p>