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Dwarf Fortress Remote 1.50 brings easy connection setup with QR codes

Apr 19, 2017 - Independent software developer, Vitaly Pronkin today announces the release of Dwarf Fortress Remote 1.50 for the iOS platform. Dwarf Fortress Remote lets you play the famous Dwarf Fortress game on a mobile device, connecting to the original game via network. Dwarf Fortress is an open-ended fantasy world simulation/management game from Bay 12 Games. Version 1.50 introduces QR code connection feature, which makes it easier than ever to configure your server and connection, and start playing.


Create your own voxel stickers with DIY Blocky Stickers for iMessage

Sep 27, 2016 - Indie software developer, Vitaly Pronkin today introduces DIY Blocky Stickers 1.0, a new iMessage app exclusively for iOS 10. Unleash your creativity and send truly unique and personalized messages with Blocky Stickers. This app allows anyone to create their own unique blocky style stickers. Two block sizes and a block split function allow to create highly detailed objects or add finishing touches. Why limit yourself to packs of pre-made stickers when you can create your own in minutes?


Play Dwarf Fortress on iOS device with the new DF Remote app

Jan 15, 2016 - Independent software developer, Vitaly Pronkin today introduces Dwarf Fortress Remote 1.0 for the iOS platform. Dwarf Fortress Remote lets you play the famous Dwarf Fortress game (Fortress mode) remotely on a mobile device. Dwarf Fortress is an open-ended fantasy world simulation/management game from Bay 12 Games, which is free and in constant development since 2002. In Fortress mode, player indirectly controls a group of dwarves, attempting to construct a successful fortress.


Learn about places around with WikiPlaces 3.70 for iOS

Apr 04, 2014 - Auckland based independent developer, Vitaly Pronkin today announces WikiPlaces 3.70 for iOS. WikiPlaces provides access to Wikimapia; a collaborative mapping project with the aim to describe every location in the world, and currently having 20 million places annotated all over the world, millions of which also with detailed description, photos and user comments. This update brings sharing feature, new location details view, improvements to bookmark management and user interface.


WikiPlaces 3.5 released for iOS 7

Sep 27, 2013 - Vitaly Pronkin has announced WikiPlaces 3.5 for devices running iOS 7. WikiPlaces is the first and only application for iOS providing access to Wikimapia - a collaborative mapping project with the aim to describe every location in the world. It currently has over 20 million places annotated, and you will be amazed how much interesting and surprising you will find out about places near you and all over the world. Version 3.5 is redesigned and optimised to match the new look and feel of iOS 7.


Planito 1.0 released for OS X

Oct 11, 2011 - Independent developer Vitaliy Pronkin today introduces Planito 1.0 for Mac OS X. Planito is an online and offline multi-layered viewer for aerial imagery, maps, placemarks and other geospatial data layers for Earth, Moon and other planets from various data sources. In its simplest form, Planito can be used as online and offline viewer for OpenStreetMap-family maps. But there are many more layers available with interesting and useful data for travelers, students and teachers, scientists.


SoundGrid Live! released for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

Jul 01, 2011 - Independent developer Vitaliy Pronkin has released SoundGrid Live! 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. SoundGrid Live! is a new application in the SoundGrid family. SoundGrid Live! is a powerful yet easy to use Tenori-on-like matrix sequencer. SoundGrid Live! is based on the popular SoundGrid matrix sequencer application but improves on it in many ways and specifically focused on live performances. Changes include support for more layers and blocks and more performance modes.


What's There? for iPhone - unique Panoramio photo viewer

Dec 15, 2010 - Vitaliy Pronkin today announces What's There? 1.0, his new Panoramio photo viewer for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. What's There? provides a unique, fun way to browse photos of places around the world. Instead of the customary standard interface, What's There? employs built-in compass to provide fun way to browse and view photos from Panoramio. What's There? works on all devices, using built-in compass if available and allowing manual direction selection as well.


WikiPlaces 2.1 released for iPhone and iPod touch

Jun 28, 2010 - Vitaliy Pronkin has announced WikiPlaces 2.1 for iPhone and iPod touch and iPad devices. WikiPlaces provides access to Wikimapia, the great community project with the aim to describe every location in the world. It currently has over 11,000,000 places marked. You will be amazed how much interesting and surprising information you will find about places near you and all over the world. Version 2.1 offers iPad support, with bookmarks and advanced settings now available in free version.