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Dwarf Fortress Fast Facts
- The earliest version of Dwarf Fortress was released to the public on August 8, 2006.
- The game is the creation of an independent game development company called Bay 12 Games.
- Dwarf Fortress is technically the sequel to a game called Slaves of Armok: God of Blood. Its full name is actually Slaves to Armok: God of Blood - Chapter II: Dwarf Fortress.
- Other games made by Bay 12 include Liberal Crime Squad, Kobold Quest, Squiggles and WWI Medic.
- Dwarf Fortress is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux systems.
- The game had been downloaded over one million times by 2011.
- In March 2013, Dwarf Fortress was selected as one of the 40 games to be exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art as an "outstanding example of interactive design."
- The gameplay of Dwarf Fortress is so detailed and packed with so many features, that a book called Getting Started with Dwarf Fortress was published by O'Reilly Media.
- Dwarf Fortress has won numerous accolades, including "Roguelike of the Year" from ASCII Dreams and "Indy PC Game of the Year" from Gamers With Jobs.
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