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Jan 16, · Is there a way Elder Scrolls II Daggerfall (free download) could be ported to the droid? It’s a DOS RPG game, with graphics like doom/quake. Daggerfall you can play tes 3 morrowind on android, but is there any way to play tes 2 daggerfall on mobile phone? edit: thanks for response but the main problem is that i . Jan 11, · This is a tutorial on how to play daggerfall on any Android device(By the way to make the game play with less lag put the frames at fifty thousand but it wil.
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Jan 11, · This is a tutorial on how to play daggerfall on any Android device(By the way to make the game play with less lag put the frames at fifty thousand but it wil. Daggerfall Player is image and texture viewer for The Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall. It is able to load and show all images, multi-images and textures (*.img, *.cif, texture.*) from the game. They can be saved to PNG/JPG/TGA/BMP file format. Files that contain more images . Jan 16, · Is there a way Elder Scrolls II Daggerfall (free download) could be ported to the droid? It’s a DOS RPG game, with graphics like doom/quake.
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Post by MrDowntempo » Fri Sep 22, pm. Post by Narf the Mouse » Sun Sep 24, pm. Post by Dimillian » Mon Sep 25, am. Post by Channel1 » Mon Sep 25, pm. Post by Channel1 » Tue Sep 26, am. Post by Dragothor » Wed Nov 08, am. Post by Channel1 » Wed Nov 08, am. Post by Dragothor » Wed Nov 08, pm. Post by ironmaskofhell » Fri Nov 10, am. Privacy Terms. Quick links. Possible Mobile Port? Post by MrDowntempo » Fri Sep 22, pm I did a little search, and a mobile port has only really barely been mentioned here a few years ago it seems.
Daggerfall on my phone would be a dream come true. Obviously, it would require work on the modding end as well to redesign the interface for a touchscreen but that’s certainly doable. Has anyone else here, considered a port to mobile platforms? Are there issues with the Unity code that may prevent those platforms from compiling successfully? Is anyone else excited to have an Elder Scrolls game on a phone in their pocket?
Re: Possible Mobile Port? Post by Narf the Mouse » Sun Sep 24, pm MrDowntempo wrote: I did a little search, and a mobile port has only really barely been mentioned here a few years ago it seems. Previous experience tells me it’s very easy to misunderstand the tone, intent, or meaning of what I’ve posted. If you have questions, ask. While it’s build and run on it, a lot of work will have to be done on the user interface and controls.
And I’ll start that only after all the main classic UI is done. But yes, it can be done and it requires quite a lot of work. But in the end, with a custom mobile UI it could run wonderfully! Post by Dragothor » Wed Nov 08, am I am also very curious about this If anyone has any solid instructions or a point in the right direction of getting it running on android I’m pretty sure I can get the controls at least basically playable with my bluetooth controller.
This would be very interesting to see. So, I have no real experience with unity, what would be required exactly? Load the game on unity on pc and make a standalone apk that loads from a location on SD card? I really have no clue how this works, but a nudge in the right direction would be nice, thanks in advance!
Post by Dragothor » Wed Nov 08, pm Yeah I guess that would work too, but I’d also like to be able to help out testing builds and df unity is so buttery smooth. Will look into getting it running on mobile though. Post by ironmaskofhell » Fri Nov 10, am I would not try to port Daggerfall unity to mobile.
Bethesda really does not want Morrowind on mobile and I would assume they don’t want Daggerfall on mobile ether. I would ask for Bethesda’s premission first before doing this. Bethesda and OpenMW reached an agreement that, although Morrowind is capable of being ported to mobile, the OpenMW team will never make mention of a mobile version or promote it.
With that understanding made, Bethesda didn’t care about what happened further. DF and MW are different in the sense that one is free and the other is for sale, but I don’t know to what extent that matters.