<p>Ojiro Fumoto has revealed that his brilliant action-platformer Downwell was profitable only three days after its launch.</p><p>He announced this on Twitter, saying: "Downwell is profitable after just three days, thanks to everyone for their support! More updates coming soon!"</p><p>What these updates might be is anyone's guess. However, Fumoto has let slip a couple of things he has been working on in the past few days.</p><p>First of all, he says he's planning to add a palette creation tool for people to make their own inside the game.</p><p>He's also been working on an update that will boost performance for older iOS devices - "can't promise 60fps but it's gotten considerably better than current state," he said on Twitter.</p><p>Oh, and here's a bonus for you. Fumoto also revealed how Downwell played before it had gunboots.</p><p>The idea started off as a simplified version of Spelunky. Hence, it was a straight-forward vertical platformer with lots of traps.</p><p>Here it is:</p><p>before gunboots pic.twitter.com/syF3LyJazI— Ojiro (@moppin_) October 21, 2015 If you haven't already, you can purchase Downwell for £2.29 / $2.99 on the App Store. It's also available for £1.99 on Steam.
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