Future Shock Software has released iNethack2 today after pulling iNethack from the App Store.
The reason for this is due to Dirk Zimmerman's iNethack, which was originally released on iOS in 2009, not being compatible with iOS 7 and iOS 8.
And so, Jeff King worked on iNethack2 to remedy this shortcoming. And as it's based on NetHack 3.4.3. it also brings the latest updates to the classic 1987 roguelike.
It still has simple swipe-based controls, eight tilesets to choose from, and basic file sharing.
You can download iNethack2 on the App Store for free right now.