I have made openttd port for S60v3 (symbian) devices. Obligatory screenshots: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/openttd/
All the fancy features found in PC openttd version are here, ie. nothing has beed cut out.
Port uses SDL for audio and video support and unix backend for startup, threading, etc.
Required libraries can be downloaded from: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/support/
. PIPS provides POSIX layer on symbian, ssl includes required zlib library and stdcpp is the standard C++ library implemetation.
You will need to put original ttd data files in e:\openttd\data\ directory. Memory card is required.
Game controls are simple: directional keys control the mouse, left/right soft key is left/right mouse button, * is ctrl, 0 is shift. Mouse pointer is not limited to screen, as sometimes windows do not fit in small phone resolutions and going out of screen is the only way to close such windows. 1 and 3 keys function as left mouse button, 7 and 9 keys coupled with directional keys allow map scrolling. 5 key resets the mouse pointer to the center of the screen. Camera zoom in and out buttons allow zooming in and out in game.
Hope you enjoy it.Game installation file can be downloaded here: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/openttd.sisxRequired libraries: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/support/ (UPDATE 28.07.2008!)
Previous changelogs: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/CHANGELOG
Latest patch: http://team.pld-linux.org/~wolf/symbian/openttd-symbian-18404.patch.gzUpdate (20.03.2009)
List of changes:
- Updated to rev 15770.
- Enabled network support. Content download works. Multiplayer is not supported.
- Simplified graphics handling (SDL fix).
- Added support for scaled down high resolution modes (SDL fix).
- Added support for S60v5.Update (04.12.2009)
List of changes:
- Updated to rev 18404.