I tried 0.8 and doesn't seem to work. 0.6 does work with some occasional crashes at the end/start of levels.
EDIT: For specifics, 0.8 only set a single level that repeated infinitely. It did work in the sense of starting up, allowing setting super arcade modes...but it didn't change colors and actually changed maps randomly like 0.6 does.
This is very cool, I don't know why nobody is talking about this, but it's a fantastic idea.
EDIT: As a side question, does the program do something with the Tyrian executable or runtime data?
If it doesn't get any data from the windows executable or windows runtime that makes running it in Linux possible, which would be a plus for me (I just use it for everything, work reasons).
Seems like it's shuffling the data files after an amount of time, is my assumption correct?