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Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:48 pm
by Brogurt
Xanatos wrote: Who's hacking? I'm teaching.
>you're the biggest asshole and a terrible human being
>come on guys I'm just trying to be nice

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:09 pm
by Xanatos
Brogurt wrote:
Xanatos wrote: Who's hacking? I'm teaching.
>you're the biggest asshole and a terrible human being
>come on guys I'm just trying to be nice
Where did I ever claim I was trying to be nice? Pay attention. :P

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:15 pm
by ShadeHaven
misterprinny wrote:
Well...have fun. I stopped arguing on the Internet because all it gives you is stress. Stubborn people will be stubborn.
If only everyone accepted this way of thinking.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 9:11 pm
by LLStarks
What about running KS Linux (is it really x86 only? The Ubuntu package is multiarch and compiling should be easy enough) from my phone?

I can run an Ubuntu ARM session on the phone and then VNC into it.

Would that work or be allowed under the license?

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 3:20 am
by Blaze117
Ever heard of TeamViewer? Only downside is no sound...

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:03 am
by LLStarks
Fun fact: KS will run on Ubuntu ARM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCJpaGVbA7Q

Game is unmodified but is loaded using Renpy armel packages.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:01 pm
by Masamune Shin
About the first post, that "port" sounds to be too rough for me. I don't know why people still wants a full KS Android port even when everybody who has a decent smarthphone can run the game very well using Remote Desktop (with movies and transitions too). I've played KS by this method several times whenever I am out home.

The only "cons" is that you need internet conexion with a good bandwith in your phone and your PC to be turned on the whole time you're not in home. :wink:

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:32 am
by zanger
mike23 wrote:If you consider it a derivate, I'm not distributing it.
You can also consider it as a technical modification, as I said in my first post.

And yes, I am playing with words and it's a terrible way to get around the license.
I don't think you understand what a derivative work is. Any kind of modification is a derivative work. Yes, even a technical modification, because you are fiddling with the computer code which itself is a copyrightable work.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Jun 02, 2013 5:41 pm
by mrwizeass
I came across this thread because I also wanted to know if a port for android had been made. While I understand why the devs don't want people making their own ports, there's clearly an interest for it. I also understand that doing it themselves would be a large task to handle, but instead of just simply writing it off as unable to be done, may I instead suggest starting a kickstarter or an indiegogo campaign to raise funds and outsource a majority of the coding and QA work to a third-party dev team?
Just a suggestion.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Jun 02, 2013 5:50 pm
by Xanatos
mrwizeass wrote:I came across this thread because I also wanted to know if a port for android had been made. While I understand why the devs don't want people making their own ports, there's clearly an interest for it. I also understand that doing it themselves would be a large task to handle, but instead of just simply writing it off as unable to be done, may I instead suggest starting a kickstarter or an indiegogo campaign to raise funds and outsource a majority of the coding and QA work to a third-party dev team?
Just a suggestion.
Highly unlikely.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:37 pm
by MegaMoto
One: I don't think the developers wanted this and Two: Katawa Shoujo at home is not a waste of time.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:40 pm
by neio
Blaze117 wrote:Ever heard of TeamViewer? Only downside is no sound...
Bingo. Connect through your phone to a computer running KS. No licensing issues, videos play, and it's a surprisingly smooth experience.

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:14 am
by rockin robin
neio wrote:
Blaze117 wrote:Ever heard of TeamViewer? Only downside is no sound...
Bingo. Connect through your phone to a computer running KS. No licensing issues, videos play, and it's a surprisingly smooth experience.
:shock: ...sorcery is this?

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:27 am
by Xanatos
rockin robin wrote:
neio wrote:
Blaze117 wrote:Ever heard of TeamViewer? Only downside is no sound...
Bingo. Connect through your phone to a computer running KS. No licensing issues, videos play, and it's a surprisingly smooth experience.
:shock: ...sorcery is this?
It's called "technology". Scary, innit? :wink:

Re: KS2Android [WORKING Android "port"]

Posted: Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:32 am
by Carighan
I have in my pocket a device I can use to access the entirety of human knowledge. I usually use it to look at cute pictures of kittens and get into an argument with someone I don't actually know.

:P