my xbox one controller won't let me move right or left, I can just jump, is it still not supported?
One Fine Day
One Fine Day is a hardcore platformer with some puzzle elements. In this game you'll need to help a little guy to get away from the grim forest filled with deadly traps and bloodthirsty monstrosities (well like in most of the other games).
Hope that you'll like it.
Besides double and wall jumps this game also supports gamepads and even touchscreens.
Special thanks to my friend Nasos for atmospheric dark ambient music I used as a soundtrack.
1.2.2 - 29/05/15
- code optimization;
- added hotkeys for pause menu;
- few minor fixes.
1.2.1 - 30/08/14
- code optimization;
- fixed bug with gravity beams;
- redesigned some interface elements;
- added gamepad and touchscreen support.
1.2 - 29/11/13
- added 10 new levels;
- new type of enemy - Ancient Giant;
- new threat - Eclipse;
- added loading bar on start screen;
- blue fireflies were resized;
- bunch of minor bugs fixed.
1.1 - 16/10/13
- spike collisions remastered;
- load menu improved(added option to choose level);
- necrology stats recording remastered;
- bunch of minor bugs fixed;
- code optimization.
1.0 - 31/07/13
|Published||Mar 04, 2017|
|Made with||Construct 2|
|Tags||Dark, gamepad, Grayscale, hardcore, masocore, Pixel Art, Puzzle-Platformer, Retro, Singleplayer, Spooky|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any), Touchscreen|
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There are no stick controls but it should work fine with the D-pad. Just tested it with my controller.
All your games rock man:)
How many levels/checkpoints are in this game total? I saw the comment where you'd added 10 levels but I was wondering about the complete total number of levels.
Super difficult, but amazing game!
thanks for making the game with do a let's play on it
This game is perfect.
Incredible level design, max frustration for every death, but great satisfaction for every passed level.
Very good job!
Super fun game! We played it in my 6th-8th grade lunchtime gaming club, and they really loved it :)
Wow! Wonderful design of this page!