ATOM RPG, the game inspired by the likes of Fallout and Wasteland continues to get some big free updates with an Isometric mode out now giving you a new way to play.
While the team is currently working on the Trudograd standalone, it was originally a feature meant for that but they decided to give it to everyone free—awesome!
The Isometric mode isn't all that's new, ATOM RPG expanded in some other ways too. These include: pausing the game when minimized, new Steam Achievements, new sounds and a bunch of overhauled sounds, a new ragdoll system, you can now pause and load during the enemy turn, improved global map sprites and the list goes on with plenty of bugs being solved too. For Linux specifically, they said an issue with random symbols appearing in character biographies was fixed.
We also missed some other updates since posting about it recently. They also gave it Gamepad support, improved minimaps, new random encounter locations, two new weapons with the VSSM and Saiga-A and other smaller features.
As for the upcoming standalone, Trudograd, they said work on it is going "swimmingly".