Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist
|Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist|
Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist is a short, 15 to 20-minute heist game directed by the co-creator and designer of The Stanley Parable, featuring a grappling hook. Probably. And a tiger. Definitely.
- 1 Unused Graphics
- 2 Revisional Differences
Early App Icon
An unused app icon located in resources.assets, which uses part of the game's poster art.
Early Screen Selector Splash
An early screen selector splash image located in resources.assets, featuring a slightly different logo (without the dot after Dr) and a background image of Wildlife Preparation, rather than the vault. The 'header' image used on the game's Steam Store page does use a screenshot of Wildlife Preparation, though a different one from the early screen selector image.
Unused Glitch Images
Only three out of the eight 'glitch' images in the game's files are used. Most of the images are stored in sharedassets2.assets, but 2, 4, and 7 are located in resources.assets.
Early Game Poster
An earlier version of the game's poster. The following differences are present between the early poster and the final one:
- A dot was added after Dr in the game's title.
- The logo of Crows Crows Crows was updated.
- 'Keith Carberry' was replaced with 'Simon Amstell'.
- The poster was made 'cleaner'; a particular overlay on the texture was removed.
Alongside the (used) signs for the 'secondary interruptive' and 'lasers' switches in Lighting is an unused sign for the 'unknown' switch. A post-it note is used instead.
Work-In-Progress Elevator Stencil
The texture has 'wip' in its name, indicating that it almost certainly was never going to be used.
All of the cassette tapes, which are voiced by Justin Roiland, have "JUSTIN R. AUDITION" written on the bottom side of them, which is not viewable in-game.
These three signs can be seen in the game's trailer, but not in the final game.
A button with the word "KILL" written on it.
A painting depicting ships sinking.
This texture can be found in sharedassets2.assets, and is a reference to an easter egg in The Stanley Parable, also placed there by William Pugh, with the same text.
There are eight unused fonts in resources.assets and sharedassets0.assets, which are fairly heavily blurred.
10th of December 2015 ("Grappling Hook Revision & Bug Fixes")
Figure out what the actual changes were.
The official changelog for this update is:
11th of December 2015 ("THE PRETZEL UPDATE!!! (also trading cards)")
This update added the hidden pretzels and the associated achievement. Trading cards were also added, but they aren't client-side, so this update did not effect them.
10th of January 2016 ("Language Support & Achievements Fixed!")
This update fixed a bug introduced in the previous update where Steam achievements would not be awarded. Additionally, language support was added for Swedish, French, German, Russian, Romanian, Italian, Polish, Turkish, and Spanish,