Jfrotz far superior for tablets This is just so so due to lack of any adjustable options. On a 10" tablet you're looking at this tiny little text. Jfrotz on the other hand allows you to adjust text font and size as well as text and backgound colors. This allows you to play Z file infocom games just as they looked in their original iterations on an Apple II monochrome crt monitor. I highly recommend Jfrotz over Twisty.
LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!! I never thought I would ever see the old text games again, then here comes this Twisty emulator with four games plus the ability to download more! This is taking me back to my high school years in the early 80's & all of the excellent fun I had playing text games on my Commodore 64 & VIC-20! LOVE IT! The bugs are okay because the game is playable, but I encountered no big problems, anyway. Just typing delay issues. The developers of this emulator are forever in my gratitude. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!
Can't get to menu any more I played this all the time on my last Android phone. There's no hard menu key on the new Samsung Galaxy edge, and this app does not respond to any of the workarounds. So I'm stuck on the welcome for all time.
More time on actual gameplay, would have been better spent than focusing on game history. Lags so badly that it impacts on ability to maintain interest. Considering that most of the old home computers had far less memory than Androids, (they were ironically faster). Understand there is more than one game included in this app, so maybe better, to release them all individually, instead. Restart function, doesn't work so unsure why it's featured. Had my head totally Twisted because it didn't work properly.
Good, but Unfortunately this app dose not use the system standard for a text input field. So text input is exact like when entering a url on the android web browser. Any keyboard, like swift key for example with predictive text will not function correctly. Apart from that this application is fantastic but this is a serious problem when you are used to using predicted text.
Works, but has room for improvement Seems pretty good so far, but the on screen keyboard covers half the text in landscape mode, which is a serious flaw given my preferred mode of operation. Also seems to fail to register pressing backspace on the Swype keyboard outside of the text prompt.