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Nov 9 2011 android nethack

Bringing the Android back to the Mazes of Menace

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I am pleased to announce a new release of the Nethack Encyclopedia, my first android app in production. Before I jump into release notes, please take note that due to my hardware crash a while back I lost my android signing keys, and had to release the software as a new app, dubbed the 'Nethack Encyclopedia Redux'. If you've downloaded the old version, please uninstall and download the newer one (I marked the old as being deprecated, not sure if the Android platform takes care of notifying the user of this though). Regardless, new features shipped with the app include

I am looking for some more constructive feedback, namely around testing on multiple sized devices. I've done a little, but not nearly as much as I should have and still have quite a bit of hard coded pixel values in the layouts.

And with that I leave you with some screenshots of the new version. Hope this helps your travels through the dungeons!

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