Recent changes on the Turn Watcher website

This page includes all the recent changes of the Turn Watcher website. If you cannot find what you are looking for, try the menus or the Site Index.

What versions of Linux are supported?


We support the following Linux distributions:

  • Ubuntu
  • Kubuntu
  • Debian
  • FedoraCore
  • Gentoo


You may download Turn Watcher for GNU/Linux in one of three ways:

  • A unified Debian package which may be used on any Debian-based system.

  • A unified RPM package which may be used on any ...

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How do you install on Windows?

Please see our page Installing Turn Watcher.

We support many versions of the MS-Windows operating system.

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What versions of Windows are supported?

Operating Systems

We support:

  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista

We recommend trying out our demonstration version first to make sure.


We support MS-Windows 32 and 64 bit versions.

We do not currently offer a 64bit binary version. However, MS-Windows offers a way to run 32bit software on their 64bit platforms. That works just fine.

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Can I get a CD instead of a download?


We offered such at some point, but it was rather over priced and no one burchased it so we completely discontinued offering a CD.

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Need help with Turn Watcher? Here are all the options offered to you on the Turn Watcher web site:

Didn't find what you were looking for? You can contact us on our Made to Order Software web site. You can post a message in the Turn Watcher forums or send us a direct email.

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Turn Watcher 2.0 — A Status Update

Okay, so another update on the plight of my brainchild, Turn Watcher, version 2.0. With the conversion to wxWidgets, I find I am staring at a nasty bug deep within the wxWidgets code that I am having a tough time overcoming, and that is putting the project on hold until I can figure out how to fix it. Apparently it was patched and somehow cropped back up again.

In that spirit, I have decided ...

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Turn Watcher Version 2.0–What’s the Hold-up?!


About six months ago (or has it been longer? I dunno–time flies when you’re having fun!) I finally decided I’d had enough of Gtkmm and Gtk+. I had been working to port our D&D initiative tracking (and more!) application Turn Watcher to Mac OS/X. And I had been spending quite a lot of time on it too. But everything I did resulted in undefined behavior and crashes when ...

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Wonderful software!

Testimonial author: 
Wendy a.k.a. Cat

I LOVE this. I run a small group that only gets together once a month (or so), and I've tried many methods to make my combat tracking more efficient: tables, charts, combat cards, Excel spreadsheets... I try to randomize as much as possible in the actual combat encounters, because I don't like to "lead" my players, but that was making the combat tracking extremely unwieldy. I was ...

Greatest thing since d20!

Testimonial author: 
Karl V. Miller

Turn Watcher is the greatest thing to come along since the 20 sider. It drastically improves the quality of combat and the pace of my games. I highly recommend it to any DMs out there. More about Karl V. Miller at Warp 11