Hello Crashers. Work continues on the next update, currently available in the Beta on Steam.
I've decided to go ahead and update the game to the Unity 5 engine (from Unity 4). This will help me keep current with the Oculus Rift integration as the actual commercial release of the Rift draws near. A lot of grunt work involved but so far the conversion is going well. There have been some big changes to the physics engine which require that I re-jigger some of the more complex physics setups.
My dev time is limited these days since I have a new day job, but I still plan on supporting and improving Crashed Lander to the best of my abilities. I should be able to post a new beta update that works with the 0.7 Oculus runtime within a week or so. The next beta should also include fixes for the pause menu that were introduced in the last version.
I'm also tinkering with a new tri-planar terrain shader that will eliminate the texture stretching that happens on steeper sections of the terrain. I might even have time to spruce up a couple of levels with the new physically based rendering and fancy lighting that's available in Untiy 5.