NetHack 4 on iPhone 4

[update 2014-01-03]
Hi Kevin, sorry, I inadvertently deleted your comment and I can’t comment on this blog anymore 🙁 That’s probably a bug you mentioned, though iNetHack is no longer maintained (by me).
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8 thoughts on “NetHack 4 on iPhone 4

  1. Fireninja

    Keep up the good work, dude. I look roguelikes, DCSS being my favorite, and I’ve been quite fond of RogueTerm for that purpose, even if it’s not perfect. Keep up the good work, man.

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  2. Akolade

    Hello!
    I am a huge fan of your Nethack port iNethack. After all these years it’s still my most played iPhone game.

    I recently updated to iOS7 and noticed that iNethack gets very slow when you zoom out on the main game screen. Something about the OS update has caused the slowdown obviously.
    I am wondering if you have taken a look with iOS7 or if you are involved in updating the app anymore?

    I have downloaded the source code for the app but am unsure of which one matches the release Appstore version. There seem to be a few versions on Git. I thought I might take a shot at figuring out what is causing the slowdown (though I am no iOS programming expert).
    Is there a posted version of source that matches the AppStore version? I was able to get a few versions compiled and running but none of them seem to quite match the released version.

    Thanks again for the awesome app!

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  3. mikey

    Hey Dirk,

    iNethack is also my favourite game and im super sad that since iOS8, iNethack no longer:
    – works 🙁 the app freezes almost as soon as the app is opened
    – exists on the app store :(((((((( at least, i cant find it on the appstore.

    i read that you mentioned that you’re no longer the maintainer of the app, i was wondering if you could point me in the direction of the maintainer so I can ask them what’s happening with it?

    failing that, i guess i’ll have to dive into iOS development and try to fix it myself haha.

    <3 thanks for an awesome port 🙂

    Mikey

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