Perfect. (Updated) This port is better than playing on my PC. Literally nothing I could ask for to make it a better port. UPDATE: Since last year I got a new phone, went from a LG Lucid/"Cayman" (4 inch screen) to a Galaxy Note 4 (5.7 inch screen). This game worked just as well on my old phone's tiny screen (kudos for good design), but this overly large screen lets me play zoomed out all the way and still see each tile. I also wanted to mention that the app is still being updated as the game is, and sometimes bug fixes.
Fine port of a classic Makes good use of a tiny touch screen, with pinch zoom, on map press and key slide bar at the bottom. In few other games can you be a heavily armoured invisible telepathic orcish wizard with a towel wrapped around your head and then find that "do I feed this cat?" is a big decision.
Really needs a tutorial, at the very least. This game just seems really dumb and unnecessarily confusing to me, so I guess I'm missing something. Don't feel like wasting my hours learning something that went obsolete almost 30 years ago.
Still the best RPG I've been playing this for years. I still haven't ascended. Yet I continue to play obsessively.
Falls short Unnecessarily cluttered interface. I've played Brogue and Pixel Dungeon for a long while now, and those are roguelikes with solely a small set of rules to abide, inventory items to use, and the D-pad. Nethack has all these additional keyboard commands and special axioms I have to go by that take away from the experience.
An excellent port of the game Nethack is, undoubtedly, one of my favorite games. If you like roguelikes, do yourself a favor and play this, because this is where it really got started.
Autopickup exceptions enabled
Added option to always Travel when tapping map
Don't allow movement by tapping map if directional overlay is enabled
"Run" when long-clicking directional overlay
Summon hundreds of creatures to fight by your side in this dungeon crawling RPG.