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Download Ironfell for Mac or Windows

There are a few different ways to run Ironfell, but everyone still plays in the same massive universe. Ironfell is always online multiplayer - you need to be connected to the Internet to play.

Android

Ironfell is available from the Google Play store. Search for "Ironfell".

Ironfell is also available as an .apk file for you to directly download and install if you don't have access to the Google Play store.

In your security settings you may need to tick the "Allow installation of apps from sources other than the Play Store" tick box. Then go to the download link in a browser on your device and it should ask your permission, install Adobe Air, then install Ironfell.

Browser

The simplest way to play Ironfell is in your browser - PLAY NOW

Ironfell requires the Adobe Flash Player, version 11.2 or greater and works with all browsers and operating systems that Flash works on.

Windows

Download: Ironfell-Windows-Installer.exe

Download and run the installer, click next next next... and it take care of itself.

To uninstall... go to Control Panel and look for "Add or Remove Programs" or "Programs and Features". Find Ironfell in the list of programs, right-click, select uninstall.

Mac OSX

Download: Ironfell-OSX.dmg

The DMG file will extract to a drive on your desktop.
Open it, run "Install Ironfell.app", and the rest will take care of itself.

Ironfell will be installed in your Applications folder. To uninstall it, just delete the application.

Linux

You are a very brave person. In theory Ironfell will run on Linux. Your best bet is to install the Flash Player into a browser and use the Play link on the website. Good luck.

iPhone and iPad

Ironfell for iOS will be a proper native app. There’s a few extra features I think will work in a native iOS version - like pinch zooming. Its not going to be worth investing the time to build this version until Ironfell has proven itself and is earning more than its costing to keep the servers running.

Here’s a blog post about the technology used to make these various versions:
http://datasmugglers.com/2012/10/20/desktop-and-other-platforms/