I am no longer associated with the DiDnapper game nor any sort of assistance and/or information. Anybody that would like additional information on this change may ask, but will be handled only in private messaging. Thank you.Read more >
Kendrian has listed a possibility for MAC users to be able to play DiDnapper natively without the installation of Windows or dual boot, etc on MAC OS X, and it's called RPGHub.
Thus far I haven't been able to get it to work, as DIDnapper closes out immediately once you follow the directions. In fact, it's the same result when using Wine/WineBottler for MAC OS X, which is something that I had tinkered with originally. Since I own a PC Laptop, I use that to play but it would be nice to be able to use the OS that I always have.
If any users out there have ways to get existing methods operational, or something new, it would be appreciated. I will continue on my end but I have not had success thus far.
jcullinane 01/17/15Read more >
I just wanted to point out what keeps me motivated to spend time on DiDnapper.
I think I actually played a much earlier version some time ago, thinking "oh this looks interesting", but seeing how I did have a PC at the time and I could only get it to work w/o sound on another platform, I let it go.
Then last year I just bumped into it again. I think it was the escape mechanic that caught my eye, being a DiD fan - either that or perhaps I was searching for other games besides your standard RoR that had struggling or escaping qualities.
Gotta said I have to hand it to everybody that has had a hand in this (say that 5 times fast) to this point as I never would have thought you could get a lot of depth. And I believe more on the way.
So why I pl…Read more >