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Ringo
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Freeciv Go

29 Oct 2021, 13:53

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Freeciv Go is a mobile-first port of open source empire-building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization.

I've created this port to explore NoesisGUI capabilities in the context of cross-platform C++ mobile development.
And to have some fun :)

NoesisGUI fits very well for the goals of the port:
  • Touch-friendly, responsive UI design
  • Energy-efficient performance
  • Small package size

Get Freeciv Go - Microsoft Store

Get Freeciv Go - Apple App Store

Get Freeciv Go - Google Play

P.S. There is also an experimental web browser port, DM me if you want to take a look.
 
MasterDrake
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Re: Freeciv Go

02 Nov 2021, 20:57

Hi, I have some questions about this, how can I reach you?
 
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Re: Freeciv Go

03 Nov 2021, 17:41

Nice work! I'm looking forward to playing Civ on my phone!
 
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Ringo
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Re: Freeciv Go

06 Nov 2021, 23:07

Hi, I have some questions about this, how can I reach you?
Hi, please use in-game "Send Feedback" button to reach me.
 
civvy345
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Where are save files on Mac OS?

22 Jun 2022, 15:50

I'm trying to delete application data from my Mac. But I can't find where the saved game and other information is stored.

Can someone point me to where I can delete application data for FreeCiv Go?

Thanks
 
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Ringo
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Re: Freeciv Go

20 Jul 2022, 00:11

All game data is located in ~/Library/Containers/net.ringoz.nanociv
This folder is managed by the macOS, it should be deleted automatically when app is uninstalled.
 
andreasrosdal
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Re: Freeciv Go

18 Jul 2023, 12:51

Where can I find the source code of Freeciv Go?

Using the Freeciv graphics in this way if you don't publish the source code is violating the GPL license of Freeciv.
 
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Ringo
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Re: Freeciv Go

18 Jul 2023, 14:27

The fork is here, it is used as submodule by Freeciv Go:
https://github.com/ringoz/freeciv/tree/S2_6

GUI bits are still closed in private repo.
Feel free to discuss the issue here:
https://github.com/ringoz/freeciv/discussions/2

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