Although the D-Pet name was coined to reflect that it will be available across platforms other than just Windows computers, JoMdz has stated that the Android and iOS versions are not being tested as of yet. Currently it's known that the second beta will implement variable window sizes in its settings.
Digimon Ver. PC was originally developed by Malaysian programmer Hong Ming (alias "nrg890110" or "hosc") during Digimon's dark age in mid 2009. In part due to Digimon's long official hiatus--Savers had ended two years prior and Xros Wars did not air until a year after DMPC came out--the game experienced a brief surge in popularity when it first launched. After hosc disappeared in 2010, DMPC was revised by JoMdz into 2.0, working with a small team of designers and individuals that acted as public relations contacts, managing its various communities. DMPC 2.0 introduced color graphics, additional evolutionary levels, and new Digimon. The game had been especially notable throughout 2009 and 2010 for having online battles through Hamachi.
|Right to left: Tyrannomon in Digimon Ver. PC, and in D-Pet.|