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November 23, 2017

Dwarf Fortress Remote 1.67 is now available, bringing support for iPhone X and iOS 11, and fixing number of other issues and crashes.

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Dwarf Fortress 0.43.05 support is now available in Dwarf Fortress Remote

May 24, 2017

Dwarf Fortress Remote now supports Dwarf Fortress / DFHack version 0.43.05-r1 (64bit version only). This is the first 64bit version of Dwarf Fortress, and it can support bigger worlds without hitting a memory limit, and purportedly a little bit faster in some cases (as well as having a few bugs fixed in the game itself, as usual).

The new version is compatible with saves from older versions so feel free to update (however you need to have a 64bit OS to run this and future versions). The easiest way to update is just to install a new package from mifki.com/df/setup, and copy saves located in data/saves folder. You can then re-add your server to the application, or copy data/init/remote.txt file to preserve settings like published name and password.

I've also added an article how to update to a newer version of Dwarf Fortress if you have Remote server running in a Docker container, for example, on a cloud server.

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Upcoming simplified server configuration using QR codes

April 10, 2017

UPDATE: This feature is now available in app version 1.50 released on April 18, 2017.

The next version of Dwarf Fortress Remote will greatly simplify server configuration and adding it in the app. Just install, type one command and scan the code to configure connection.

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Unified dark UI in the next version

February 15, 2017

UPDATE: The new UI style is now available in app version 1.40 released on February 22, 2017.

Currently some of the screens in Dwarf Fortress Remote application use light colour scheme while some use dark DF colours. This is because initially I was going to use the system default UI, however on some screens the data needs to be colour-coded using DF colors which requires dark background, so these screens were made dark. Now I've unified UI throughout the application (except for the screens before you connect to a game for now).

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Playgrounds in Auckland and nearby

November 16, 2016


Over the past few year, with my daughter we have visited a large number of kids playgrounds in Auckland and nearby locations in New Zealand as we're trying to go to a new places whenever possible. So now I have photos of all these playgrounds, and finally I had time to create a section on the website for this collection.

Auckland Playgrounds

Only a small part of it is uploaded so far, the rest will come in the next few days, and new places will be published as we visit them. I'm using some other lists like this when deciding where to go next, so I hope my collection will be useful too.

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DIY Blocky Stickers

September 26, 2016

An iMessage app for iOS 10 allowing everyone to create their own blocky style stickers. Don't be limited by pre-made sticker packs, create your own!

mifki.com/blockystickers

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Multilevel rendering is coming to Dwarf Fortress Remote

April 12, 2016
Multilevel rendering, well known to users of TWBT plugin, is coming to Dwarf Fortress Remote app. Also I’ve improved appearance of the top status bar and announcements, along with other UI tweaks.
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October 24, 2015

The plan is to release Dwarf Fortress Remote for iOS app the next month or two.

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Bringing Dwarf Fortress to iOS

December 20, 2014
Haven't announced my new project here yet. After Text Will Be Text, Web Fortress and several other Dwarf Fortress-related tools, I'm now working on something really big. It's a native app to play Dwarf Fortress on iPhone (remotely, it's not a port of DF to iOS of course). Currently in early stages of development. Below is a bit outdated first public video of the new app, now I'm planning to post status updates more frequently here and on Twitter. Also some screenshots,  answers to questions and current (at the time of writing) status. At the moment I'm working on squads (done), standing orders and labour management interfaces.
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omPlayer for Mac released

April 8, 2012
image omPlayer is a special minimalist web browser to comfortably listen to music from online music services. For supported services it lets you control playback from menu bar or from any application with global shortcuts and media keys, supports Growl notifications and Last.fm scrobbling. For other services these functions will not be available but you will still enjoy its unobtrusive behavior. Currently supported services: Google Play / Music, Grooveshark, Pandora, Deezer

omPlayer is available on the Mac App Store

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