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Paul Aug 16, 2013 @ 7:54am
Update Notes
Hi,

We've just updated Toki Tori 2+ with some features that were requested by the community. Here's what we did:

Custom keybindings
The keyboard keys used to control the game can now be changed via a configuration file. Marco posted more details about this here: http://steamcommunity.com/app/201420/discussions/0/846961716367483202/

Expanded controller support
The game now supports all kinds of game controllers, not just the Xbox 360 controller any more. Even better: this works on Mac OS X as well as Windows!

Volume controls
The volumes of the sound effects and the music can now be changed. You can find these settings in the pause/options menu.

Level editor changes
The 'special' frogs can now also be used in your own levels. Furthermore, you can now place underwater stairs.

"Show in Workshop" button added to Workshop menu
We've added a button to the Workshop level menu that will take you to the Steam Workshop page of the selected level. This makes it easier to comment on the level, unsubscribe or find out more about the author.

Translated to Bulgarian
Steam user WildBeλ³st has kindly offered a translation of the game into Bulgarian. Thank you WildBeλ³st!
Last edited by Paul; Aug 16, 2013 @ 8:18am
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General_Lecter_ Aug 16, 2013 @ 7:58am 
Cool, thank you very much! :)
PurSpyk!! Aug 16, 2013 @ 11:11am 
I can see the volume options but the controller never moves to the icons, so how do I select?
FleetCommand Aug 16, 2013 @ 11:57am 
Yup, the volume options is great, but it's almost impossible to go there if you're using a controller. The only possible way to select the volume controls is:

1) select the "down arrow" on the right of the resolution list
2) press "left"

Every other logical way skips them.
PurSpyk!! Aug 16, 2013 @ 12:15pm 
Originally posted by FleetCommand:
Yup, the volume options is great, but it's almost impossible to go there if you're using a controller. The only possible way to select the volume controls is:

1) select the "down arrow" on the right of the resolution list
2) press "left"

Every other logical way skips them.

Not very well thought out.
rhywun Aug 16, 2013 @ 7:58pm 
XBox controller works great on Mac OS X - thanks so much!
koitsu Sep 21, 2013 @ 3:54pm 
The expanded controller support does not appear to work with many USB-to-PS2 (as in PlayStation 2) adapters. I have two brands (different USB vendor/device IDs) and neither work. They're USB HID devices as well (no drivers), so I'm very surprised, and they work reliably in most other Windows-based games.

I'd be happy to work with your developers on getting these to work (they work reliably with DirectInput).

Can someone from Two Tribes get in contact with me, either via the forum or through some direct method (provide me an Email address or something to whom I can chat with)?

Thank you.
Marco Sep 23, 2013 @ 12:14am 
Originally posted by koitsu:
The expanded controller support does not appear to work with many USB-to-PS2 (as in PlayStation 2) adapters. I have two brands (different USB vendor/device IDs) and neither work. They're USB HID devices as well (no drivers), so I'm very surprised, and they work reliably in most other Windows-based games.

I'd be happy to work with your developers on getting these to work (they work reliably with DirectInput).

Can someone from Two Tribes get in contact with me, either via the forum or through some direct method (provide me an Email address or something to whom I can chat with)?

Thank you.

Please send a mail to support@twotribes.com, we will contact you through our support system.
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