I want MOAR! UnNethack (and Nethack in general) is one of the greatest games of it's time and type I have ever played. I have been playing for only a few months and the game has already taken ahold of my interest. I would very much like it if you (and you alone) would make a port for dNethack. I realize that it is much larger, but that is why I like it. Mind you, I don't like SLASH'EM much (too big).
Complete Nethack (and Roguelike) noob here. Always loved the idea of games like this but never made the leap. The tutorials included here made it easy to start playing, with a little patience. Once I dedicated a little time to customising the on-screen buttons (adding a directional keypad and a frequently-used combat/item management bit) I was simply breezing my way through the Dungeons of Doom, getting murdered in humiliating ways with the greatest of ease. I've only been playing a few days, but I'm already glad that I invested some time in getting to grips with the interface. This looks to be a challenging, varied and downright deep game that I'm really looking forward to exploring further. Top tip: adding custom labels to the buttons on-screen really helps with getting started, as does the easily accessible help menus (press ?)
Classical game. The command interface has an implementation defect. For custom cmd sequences like Du the opening dialogue should be fully satisfied by the compound cmd and not require an extra OK tap. Those dialogues should be detected and not display.
its great would be better if resurrecting my pet with wand of undead turning didnt crash my game every time i use it. EDIT - turns out it was becaude my saddles are still on top of their corpses. can't have anything sitting on top of their corpses.
Any chance we can get saved games backed up online somewhere so game doesn't get lost when switching devices or factory resetting phone? (i.e. backed up to Google, or Facebook like other apps do)
The true heir of NetHack Gurr's implementation is brilliant. UnNetHack is the new NetHack (especially since DevTeam's long-awaited 3.6 release ruined Vanilla NH).
Better touch movement
Configurable status background opacity
Bug fixes and tweaks