December 2016 Test Build

Hello everyone! This will be my last post for 2016. It’s been a great year for Daggerfall Unity with solid updates across the board. I was hoping to have basic quest support in by now, but sadly not everything goes to plan. This will return as a priority early in 2017 so watch this space!

One thing that always amazes me is the quality of work this community is willing to put back into Daggerfall Unity. It’s always a pleasure to find a new pull request on git from someone willing to contribute their personal time to make this project even better. So this post is going to focus almost exclusively on contributions from community members. It’s time for kudos and credits all around, and you’ll see very little of me this post.

 

Texture & Mesh Replacement

This feature began with Uncanny_Valley and has lately been updated and maintained by TheLacus. It allows for runtime injection of new textures and meshes into Daggerfall Unity’s scene builders, setting the stage for updated models, higher resolution materials, and improvements to Daggerfall’s vanilla UI. It’s still early days but the potential is incredible. Here’s a few screenshots of new assets by community members.

 

At time of writing, mesh and texture replacements aren’t quite ready for download. But now support for this is baked into the core, you should start seeing community-created packs in the near future. You can read more about mesh and texture replacement in this thread on the forums.

 

Early Bow Combat

New contributor electrorobobody added basic bow combat to the lineup of supported weapon animation. No counting arrows yet, and you’ll need to roll a new character for your free silver bow, but it’s awesome to finally burn down enemies with ranged kiting. Looking forward to bows becoming a strong part of the game in future.

 

Save & Load Weather

Daggerfall Unity added basic weather events a while back, but they would not be saved and loaded with your games. Thanks to midopa, the current state of weather will be saved and loaded. This will only get better once correct weather events are wired up based on climate and season.

 

Enemy Steering

Another epic update by midopa. He added a little steering to enemy AI to prevent enemies from stacking on top of small creatures like rats. As hilarious as this problem could be, it’s good to see a workable solution for this bug. It’s still possible for enemies to slightly stack in edge cases, but the problem is much improved and they will no longer ride around on each other (imagine skeletons surfing rats and rat-rat-rat stacks).

 

Potion Recipes

The perennial InconsolableCellist returned with some amazing updates for us. Credit goes completely to him for working out potion recipe format and integrating with Daggerfall Unity. This also means potion recipes will display properly in inventory, and they’re even usable to see the individual ingredients. This is really important ground-work for a bunch of other things down the line.

 

Books

I wrote the initial book reader UI ages ago, but InconsolableCellist wrapped it up along with random book drops in loot, correct tooltips, and all-round awesomeness. Books currently exhibit the same formatting problems as classic (because it’s the same book data). That’s something yet to be fixed.

 

Exterior Automap

Nystul has done it again with the perfect companion UI to his dungeon and interior automap. Yep, exterior automaps are now a thing! It even supports proper tagging of buildings, zoom, and rotation. As always, I’m completely blown away by how complete this is right from the start. It’s still waiting on full building name integration and building identification in scene, but that will come. For now, all the buildings are tagged by type. Go explore!

 

Spotlight: Allofich

I can’t give Allofich high enough praise. He has worked incredibly hard tuning up different areas of Daggerfall Unity to make it more true to the original. He fixed a wide range of UI problems, identified sound effects, linked sounds to their correct actions, fixed clothing and item problems, and so on. Check out his full list of commits here. It’s hard to show these off properly in screenshot form because the changes are either subtle improvements or related to audio, but below is one of the UIs he has cleaned up. Note the poor texture joins in the “before” image (circled). Huge props to Allofich for his work!

 

Thanks To: AnKor

OK this is embarrassing. I was looking everywhere for the animations used when player was riding horse or cart. These turned out to be in the overlooked CFA image file format. Somehow, I had completely disregarded these files which are a format holdover from Arena. Yep, I’m only human. Fortunately, AnKor pointed this out on the forums and I was able to implement CFA support in no time. Now we have this:


It’s only a short jump from here to having these transport options in the game.

 

Thanks To: Testers

I also want to send out a huge thanks to all the amazing people who tested Daggerfall Unity in 2016 and reported the bugs and problems you found. There are simply too many people to list, but you know who you are. You’re on the forums, and Twitter, and Reddit, and sending me emails. You guys rock!

 

Bugs and Problems

Yep, we got ’em! Any large update like this will bring its fair share of new bugs. If you come across a bug during tests and would like to report it, please lodge this in the Bug Reports forum. Don’t forget to read the Guidelines to help you provide the best information to developers.

Contributors, please keep an eye on the Bug Reports forum for anything that might fall into your wheelhouse.

 

Where To Download?

You can always download the latest version of Daggerfall Unity from the Live Builds page. If this is your first time downloading Daggerfall Unity, welcome! Other information on Live Builds page should also help you get started. If you have any troubles, or just want to discuss updates, please go to the December 2016 Test Builds Updated thread on forums.

 

That’s it for 2016! Thank you everyone for visiting and all your kind words of support. Here’s wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and all the best for 2017!

 

For more frequent updates on Daggerfall Unity, follow me on Twitter @gav_clayton.

Standalone Builds Update

After launching Live Builds a week ago, I’ve been very happy with the ability to push out small incremental changes. Besides the streamlined build process and less of a wait time, it also means I’m not overwhelmed with bugs every release. I can now tackle large problems fast and keep track of smaller problems for when I have the time.

This ability to turnaround builds so quickly has lead me to rethink the standalone builds (for now) and continue with the leaner, more agile cloud build process. I will revisit the standalone builds later in Daggerfall Unity’s life cycle. Here’s a summary of how to get Daggerfall Unity moving forwards:

  • GitHub always has the most recent code for developers.
  • The Live Builds page always has the most recent builds, and links for getting Daggerfall.
  • I will start to tag specific live builds as “Stable”. This means that everything implemented so far is generally working as expected.
  • I will restore the Daggerfall Tools for Unity pages as soon as possible, including updated tutorials.

If you were waiting for the convenience of a standalone build, I apologise for changing my plans. Daggerfall Unity is very much a living thing, both in terms of development and community, and can take up a large amount of my personal time. Anything that saves me time I can put back into gameplay, or spend with my family, is extremely valuable to me.

The good news is that pointing Daggerfall Unity to your game files has never been easier. The setup helper introduced with version 0.2 makes it very easy to get up and running, and you only need to download the game files once.

The first 0.3 stable build will be tagged soon. Lootable monsters just went into the latest live build and is with testers now. I only have the Rest and Keybind UIs to go and I’ve hit all the feature milestones planned for this release.

Live Builds Now Available

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Get Up To Date

Live builds based on latest code are now available to testers, as described in this blog post.

Check the forum topic State of 0.3 for information on 0.3 at time of writing.

 

Get The Latest Test Build

You can download latest builds from the all new Live Builds page.

 

Provide Feedback

Use the Bug Reports forum to log bugs. Please read the Bug Report Guidelines topic first.

 

Stable Builds

The latest stable build is still version 0.2.9 from 09-Apr-16. This version will be updated to 0.3.x in a few weeks once the majority of bugs have been found and eliminated.

Quick Update – 1 August

Short Delay

The 0.3 test cycle has been delayed slightly due to changing from Unity 5.3 to Unity 5.4 and less than typical free time on my end. Things are back on track for now and I estimate first 0.3 test build should be ready in approximately 7-10 days. I will update you in the case of any further delays.

 

More Information On Test Builds

I’ve had a few queries via email and Twitter about how test builds will work from 0.3. I’ll try to clarify this now. If you need more details please don’t hesitate to ask.

The short answer is that not much is really changing from your side. If you’ve tested with 0.2 or earlier the process for you is basically the same. The key difference is how builds are generated and how frequently I’m able to put a new build into your hands.

In 0.2 and earlier, I had to manually create a build for each platform, package to a zip file, upload to my host, then configure new download in WordPress and update related pages. This isn’t difficult, but it can be time consuming when rapidly turning over bugs. In many cases a bug could be fixed much faster than I could work through the manual build process. So I tended not to generate new builds until a larger block of work was completed. This ultimately means you had to wait weeks or a even a few months to see fixes.

 

Automatic Cloud Builds

Enter Unity Cloud Build. This service allows me to setup an automated build process for Daggerfall Unity’s target platforms. Cloud build works by periodically checking the git repository for changes and automatically spits out a complete new build for each platform. The download is also hosted by the cloud build servers. All I have to do is share the build and give you a download link. Here’s how it looks from the back-end:

CloudBuild-BackEnd

 

One a build is ready, I can either download a zip to test for myself, or share out a link to the public. The public link is what I’ll give to you, which takes you to a page like below. This is your front-end to the cloud build process.

CloudBuild-FrontEnd

 

To make this process even easier for you, I will setup a permalink page from dfworkshop.net that always points to the latest shared builds. I plan to update this page frequently. If the code on git changes, you’ll have a new test build not long afterwards. More information for this will be available with 0.3.

 

Rolling Builds

This is where things get interesting. Instead of waiting months for next test cycle, testers will now have a direct pipeline to code updates as they are generated. If you’ve ever played an Early Access game on Steam that gives you an “experimental/unstable” option for rapid updates, my rolling test builds are fundamentally the same concept. You will now get to play with new code as it’s being developed.

The main downside to this style of rolling build is that you will be playing with live code. Usually things will work as expected, but sometimes things that were working will break. For example, quicksave was briefly broken while I was overhauling the save interface a few weeks back.

The key is for testers to understand what is a bug and what might just be broken because it’s in the middle of changes.

 

Watching Git

To this end, I highly recommend testers keep an eye on the commits page on git. These commits tell a story of what is being worked on and what has been recently fixed. If you see that I’m working on a big system (like saves or looting), then you can bet something will be broken in that system until work is complete. I try to keep my commits exclusive to a specific update and provide good descriptions. I’ll continue to work on improving the quality of my checkins as time goes on.

 

Providing Feedback

As before, the Daggerfall Workshop Forums are the correct place to log bugs or ask questions about a feature. Specifically the Issues & Support forum. If you aren’t sure if a feature has been implemented yet (e.g. quests), please ask before logging the absence of this feature as a bug. Daggerfall Unity is a live work in progress and some features are much further down the pipeline than others.

At every major milestone, I will post some information on things that need the most attention from testers. For example, the loot and inventory system was the major component of 0.2.

 

Stable Builds

If you don’t feel up to watching git, downloading test builds, testing features, and providing feedback – that’s OK! I will occasionally release a “stable build” at major milestones where everything is more or less running as expected. Not everyone has the time or interest to be a full-on tester, and that’s all good. Just grab the stable builds when they’re available and let people know about Daggerfall Unity.

The first 0.3 stable build will be available a couple of weeks after the first test build. This gives me a chance to nail any show-stopping bugs before putting the stable build into your hands. I’ll post an update on this when available.

 

Conclusion

I hope that clarifies the new build process more thoroughly. In summary:

  • You’ll get new builds almost as quickly as code changes. The latest build might be awesome or it might not even run.
  • I will provide a permalink page on dfworkshop.net that always points to latest several builds.
  • Keep an eye on git commits to see what’s being worked on.
  • Post feedback, bug reports, and questions to the Issues & Support forum.

Thank you for reading. I look forward to you joining me for the next big step in Daggerfall Unity’s development process.

 

For more frequent updates on Daggerfall Unity, follow me on Twitter @gav_clayton.

New Options For Downloading Builds

The 0.3 release should be wrapped up in the next week or so, provided nothing comes up in testing to cause delays. Along with 0.3 there will be more options for downloading builds to better cater to various groups in the community. Read on to see what’s coming up.

 

 

get-play

 

If you just want to take a quick look at Daggerfall Unity, and avoid the hassles of a test setup, then 0.3 might encourage you to try it out.

  • New standalone builds will be made available for each platform (Windows/Mac/Linux).
  • Standalone builds are self contained and do not require you to provide Daggerfall game files.
  • Standalone builds will be updated less frequently but will generally be more stable.

 

 

get-test

 

If you’re an existing tester, or would like to help catch bugs, then I have some good news.

  • Test builds are now automated using Unity Cloud build and will be updated approximately weekly, or daily during heavy development.
  • However, test builds are based on live code and will not be as stable as standalone builds.
  • Test builds are cut-down for smallest download and will require you to provide your own Daggerfall game files (just like previous test builds).

 

 

get-mod

 

The biggest feature in 0.3 is Lypyl’s mod system, which he introduced a few posts back. The mod system allows you create asset bundles containing code, textures, sound, etc. that can change how Daggerfall Unity works.

  • Modders will need a copy of Unity3D 5.3 Personal/Plus/Pro and a copy of game files.
  • Modders are encouraged to clone from git (tutorial coming soon), but just downloading a zip of current project should be adequate.
  • New forum areas will be opened to help modders find each other and collaborate on projects.

 

 

get-contribute

 

If you would like to contribute to Daggerfall Unity, and have a good understanding of both Daggerfall’s inner workings and Unity3D, it will become easier to contribute from 0.3.

  • Full Daggerfall Unity project is now on git. Contributors should create their own fork of project.
  • Contributors will need a copy of Unity3D 5.3 Personal/Plus/Pro and a copy of game files.
  • Contributors will also get new forum areas for discussion.
  • A Trello page is in the works to help contributors find tasks they may be able to help with.

 

That all for now. Hopefully 0.3 will represent a new stage in the development of Daggerfall Unity, with even more options for gamers, testers, modders, and contributors.

 

For more frequent updates on Daggerfall Unity, follow me on Twitter @gav_clayton.

Upcoming Release 0.3

The 0.3 point release is coming together and should be available sometime late in July. Here’s a quick summary of upcoming features.

 

Modding Support

Lypyl’s mod framework is undoubtedly the star of 0.3. You can read his post about it and check out a few work-in-progress tutorials on the forums. While still early days, I couldn’t be happier with this feature and the potential it brings to Daggerfall Unity.

  • Mods can be created using Unity Personal (free version) and Daggerfall Tools for Unity.
  • Completed mods are packaged to a standalone .dfmod file (asset bundle) for distribution.
  • Integrated mod loader at startup with ability to change load order.
  • Fully integrated run-time C# compiler.
  • Total access to inner workings of Daggerfall Unity.
  • Catch events, display UI windows, spawn world objects, drive game logic.

The mod system is already powerful enough to handle the current round of mods, which will eventually be migrated into .dfmod format. As mod creators grow in experience and the underlying code is expanded to provide more options almost anything will be possible down the road.

 

Treasure & Loot

Random treasure piles and corpse markers will now be lootable, providing gold and new items to you during testing.

  • Player will now find gold and items in random treasure piles and on the bodies of slain foes.
  • Generated items will not have magical powers until the spells & effects features are live.
  • It will be possible to drop items to the ground, but like Daggerfall dropped items will disappear when you leave the area. Non-volatile player storage will be implemented much later as part of housing.

As shops are not implemented yet, I’m going to ignore weight limits on the player and the wagon so you can carry as much as you want. Proper encumbrance tracking will be added in the future after shops come online.

 

New UI Windows

A few UI windows are in the works for 0.3, although not all of them will be ready for initial release. They will come online over the 0.3 cycle.

  • Control mapping UI.
  • Rest UI.
  • Save/Load UI.

As part of updating save/load UI, the way games are saved will be expanded during 0.3 to accommodate the growing amount of data needed to support saving game state.

 

Standalone Builds

From 0.3, I’m going to provide a standalone build of Daggerfall Unity with game files bundled. This will be in addition to the smaller builds where you must provide your own game files. This change is to help users who just wish to quickly try out Daggerfall Unity or have trouble installing a compatible version for any reason.

  • Standalone builds will be substantially larger and updated less often than the trimmed-down test builds.
  • Test builds will be smaller and require you to provide your own set of compatible game files. This is still the best download for dedicated testers.

 

Bug Fixes & Small Improvements

Last but by no means least will be the usual round of small fixes and improvements to features already added. There’s also a bit going on behind the scenes to support future systems like spells & effects, NPCs, factions, shops, and questing. These additions will be slowly rolled out as more features come online post 0.3.

For more frequent micro updates and news, follow me on Twitter @gav_clayton.

Daggerfall Unity 0.2.9 (Updated)

I’ve released a small patch to version 0.2.9. Latest download is on the standalone download page.

Patch notes for recent versions below:

0.2.7
  • Reverted minor change to terrain tilemap shader. This might fix black ground issue on older DX9 systems.
  • Implemented floating origin for Y axis to correct flickering shadows at high elevations. This still requires full testing.
  • Items imported from classic saves will have dye synced to material type at import time.
  • Settings INI now saves floats with invariant culture.
  • Update to Uncanny_Valley’s grass mod.
  • Added restart button to options UI.
  • Nystul fixed white interior textures when reflections mod enabled. Also fixes stalled fireplace animation.
  • Arrows should now always display correct inventory icon.
  • Can no longer equip arrows to hands.
  • Disabled bows until archery is implemented.
  • Can now open inventory from character window.
  • Weapon manager now resets sheathe state and equipped hand on new game / load.
0.2.8
  • Fixed floating origin issue that would start player high in the air when exiting a building at higher altitudes.
  • Nystul fix for resetting dungeon map on new game.
0.2.9
  • Disabled floating origin Y implementation for now. This means lighting and shadow issues at high elevations will return, particularly when using distant enhanced mod (which has a much higher vertical scale than default terrain).
  • Camera now clears background when inside a dungeon allowing you better see within the void.
  • Lypyl: Fix for white film on travel map. New console commands to display FPS and trigger action objects.
  • Nystul: Automap camera settings now preserved when opening automap.

For regular small updates on Daggerfall Unity, I can be found on Twitter @gav_clayton.

Daggerfall Unity 0.2 Release

This post is a mirror of the new standalone download page. Please refer to this page for the latest version.

Daggerfall Unity 0.2

Daggerfall Unity 0.2 is now available for general download. Key features of this build are:

  • Nearly complete item back-end. Monster loot and treasure piles coming soon.
  • Inventory UI.
  • Setup helper UI.
  • Persistent data for settings, keybinds, and saves.
  • Hundreds of small bug fixes and enhancements.
  • Travel map (Lypyl).
  • Almost complete support of dungeon actions (Lypyl).
  • Updates to enhanced sky (Lypyl)
  • Dungeon and interior auto-map (Nystul).
  • Realtime reflections (Nystul).
  • Animated grass and birds (Uncanny_Valley).

 

Download

Current version: 0.2.9 (9 April 2016)

Windows
Download Daggerfall Unity Test (Windows)
Linux
Download Daggerfall Unity Test (Linux)
Mac
Download Daggerfall Unity Test (Mac)

Note: Mac build is experimental as I don’t own a Mac to test on. Please let me know how you go with it on forums (see below).

 

Game Files

For convenience, here is a universal archive of compatible Daggerfall game files. This is primarily for platforms where installing Daggerfall is more difficult (e.g. Linux) but can be used on any supported desktop platform.

Note: This download contains game data only for Daggerfall Unity. It is not a standalone version of Daggerfall.

DaggerfallGameFiles.zip (Google Drive link)

 

Controls

General

  • Mouse to look.
  • W, S, A, D to move.
  • C to toggle crouch.
  • SHIFT (hold) to run.
  • SPACE to jump.
  • LEFT-CLICK mouse to open doors, enter dungeons, operate switches, etc.
  • ESC to pause game or go back to previous window.
  • F5 to open Character Sheet.
  • F6 to open inventory.
  • M to open interior automap (indoors only).
  • V to open travel map (outdoors only).
  • ` (backquote) to open console. Enter help to list console commands.

Weapons

  • Z to unsheathe / sheathe weapon.
  • H to switch equipped hands.
  • RIGHT-CLICK and drag mouse to swing weapon.

Save/Load

  • F9 to quick-save.
  • F12 to quick-load.

Note: Keys can be rebound by editing keybinds.txt. See manual for more details. A full key-binding UI will be implemented in a future release.

 

Manual

A PDF manual is included with the download, but you can also download a standalone copy.

 

Feedback

If you would like to offer feedback and bug reports, please use this thread on the forums or contact me directly.

Daggerfall Unity 0.1 Release

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After several test iterations, Daggerfall Unity is feeling reasonably solid across the two main platforms Windows and Linux. A huge thanks to all testers who helped discover early bugs and quirks. There’s obviously still more to fix, and a lot of game features to implement, but we have a pretty good starting point with this build. At some point, I need to push a stick into the ground and say “it starts here.”

 

It Starts Here

Daggerfall Unity 0.1 is now available for general download. Key features of this build are:

  • Create a new character or load an existing character from a classic Daggerfall save.
  • The entire world of the Illiac Bay is ready to explore at 1:1 scale to Daggerfall itself. Go anywhere, enter any dungeon, and explore any town.
  • Quick-save and quick-load your progress.
  • Dungeons are populated with fixed and random enemies just like in Daggerfall.
  • Basic combat mechanics with the ebony dagger.
  • Game console for enabling god mode, setting run speed, teleporting around world, etc.
  • Lypyl’s enhanced sky mod with dynamic skybox, procedural clouds, and even phases of the moon!
  • Nystul’s beautiful far terrain mod and improved terrain generation.

 

Download

Updated to 0.1.1.

Download Daggerfall Unity 0.1.1 (Windows) Download Daggerfall Unity 0.1.1 (Linux)

 

Manual

A PDF manual is included with the download, but you can also download a standalone copy.

 

Feedback

If you would like to offer feedback and bug reports, please use this thread on the forums or contact me directly.

 

What’s Next

I will be a little quiet the next few weeks due to current work commitments, but rest assured the next release is already being worked on. I will soon repeat the process of dropping test builds leading up to the next release milestone. Here’s a list of features scheduled for the next release.

  • Early item support! Inventory will be imported from classic saves.
  • Ability to open inventory window and equip items.
  • Loot enemy corpses and treasure piles.
  • Full save/load UI allowing for multiple saves.
  • In-game options UI for changing game settings.
  • The ability to rest to recover health.
  • More contributor mods.
  • More bug fixes.

There’s a lot of open source activity happening at the moment from contributors, so it’s possible we might end up with more features in the second release than listed above. I will reveal these on Twitter as they become ready to show off.

Daggerfall Unity Test Build 3

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Download

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Please also download the ReadMe!

 

Patch Notes

  • Changed how genders are imported from classic saves based on new idea that gender byte is actually a bitfield and only first bit controls gender (0 for male, 1 for female). This should allow more classic saves to open. Requires more testing, please report any further issues with gender-swapped characters. Vampire/werewolf characters are still not considering working.
  • Fixed issue where player would appear in wrong exterior cell after loading game to an interior cell.
  • Fixed issue where saved player position would be incorrect after changing terrain sampler (e.g. enabling/disabling Nystul’s improved terrain then loading a saved game). When a change to terrain sampler is detected, player will be relocated to outside current location, or to origin of map cell if no location present. This logic may trigger when loading a quick-save created prior to 0.0.6.
  • Fixed another casing issue when lazy-loading saves in Linux for save importer.
  • Some buildings do not have an interior. These will now display the old chestnut “This house has nothing of value.” rather than throw an exception.
  • Class-based enemies (e.g. Spellsword, Thief) now have a health pool and can hurt you. Look out!

 

Controls

General

  • Mouse to look.
  • W, S, A, D to move.
  • SHIFT (hold) to run.
  • SPACE to jump.
  • LEFT-CLICK mouse to open doors, enter dungeons, operate switches, etc.
  • ESC to pause game or go back to previous window.
  • F5 to open Character Sheet.

Weapons

  • Z to toggle weapon.
  • RIGHT-CLICK and drag mouse to swing weapon.

Save/Load

  • F9 to quick-save.
  • F12 to quick-load.

 

Feedback

Preferred method of feedback is the following thread on the forums.

http://forums.dfworkshop.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=161

 

When reporting bugs, please include the following in your report.

  • A clear description of what went wrong and process to reproduce problem (if possible).
  • Main system specs (OS, CPU, RAM, GPU).
  • Any output logs or save files as requested. See ReadMe for more information.

 

Thankyou!

And once again, a big thankyou to all contributors, testers, and supporters of this project. You are each helping to create something wonderful.

Daggerfall Unity Test Build 2

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Download

Updated to 0.0.5.

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Please also download the ReadMe!

 

Controls

General

  • Mouse to look.
  • W, S, A, D to move.
  • SHIFT (hold) to run.
  • SPACE to jump.
  • LEFT-CLICK mouse to open doors, enter dungeons, operate switches, etc.
  • ESC to pause game or go back to previous window.
  • F5 to open Character Sheet.

Weapons

  • Z to toggle weapon.
  • RIGHT-CLICK and drag mouse to swing weapon.

Save/Load

  • F9 to quick-save.
  • F12 to quick-load.

 

Feedback

Preferred method of feedback is the following thread on the forums.

http://forums.dfworkshop.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=154

 

When reporting bugs, please include the following in your report.

  • A clear description of what went wrong and process to reproduce problem (if possible).
  • Main system specs (OS, CPU, RAM, GPU).
  • Any output logs or save files as requested. See ReadMe for more information.

 

Thankyou!

And once again, a big thankyou to all contributors, testers, and supporters of this project. You are each helping to create something wonderful.