The Dwarf Fortress creator has revealed that there are vampire computers somewhere in the game, created by enterprising fans.\r\n\r\nIn an interview with PCGamer, co-creator Tarn Adams was asked about some of the weirdest things that he\u2019s found regarding the game. He laughed and thought for a while and mentioned the \u201cvampire computers.\u201d\r\n\r\nHe said that people have built vampire computers. This means they don\u2019t need to eat or sleep, and they can do the computing for you. He said the way it was set up was sort of a trap. Vampires can step into pressure plates, and they get gobbled up into computer processing.\r\n\r\nIn fact, he said, you can assign these vampire computers on patrols, and they can go on forever.\r\n\r\nHowever, as PCGamer pointed out, there\u2019s no video evidence of the vampire computers in action. Still, you can\u2019t just dismiss what Tarn Adams is claiming. After all, he\u2019s been working on the game for over a decade, so he\u2019s seen some strange things.\r\n\r\nThere\u2019s actually Space Invader-like game inside the Dwarf Fortress, simulated by some fans. There\u2019s also a fully functional calculator inside the game, as well. So to think there are vampire computers out there wouldn\u2019t be as much of a stretch.\r\n\r\nAn earlier report revealed that Dwarf Fortress will be coming to Steam because brothers Tarn and Zach wanted to take care of themselves. In an interview with Kotaku, Tarn Adams revealed that they are getting old and health insurance costs are expensive.\r\n\r\nHe said they\u2019ve been doing quite well crowdfunding and the money raised can help expand the game. However, one lingering illness and they might dip into what little savings they have, and that\u2019s the end of the game.\r\n\r\nAlthough the game has developed a cult following over the years, it didn\u2019t really make them rich. In fact, both brothers are only earning around $6,000 monthly from the game\u2019s proceeds. He said they\u2019ve survived for the past 12 years on that money, but healthcare is a nagging concern.\r\n\r\nThe ASCII game has already been uploaded on the Steam page. However, there\u2019s no release date yet for Dwarf Fortress. One expected change in the coming version is the Adventure mode where you can control a team of hunters. This is a departure from the previous versions where you control one character while the AI will control your companions or pets.