I might consider learning Kivy and create a new interface, but until then if ever,
mobile platforms don't appear to have a Python interpreter nor curses library.
However, they do have SSH terminals and Anonymine does work on platforms that do have SSH servers.
On Android: ConnectBot with Hacker's Keyboard is excellent. You can try the demo by connecting to email@example.com:2222
(password is play).
On iOS: Serverauditor works well, except for a minor bug (similar to the one in Shellinabox)
You can "create a new host" with host anonymine-demo.oksog97.com, port 2222, username play and password play.
On Windows Phone: "The SSH Client" exists and maybe some day, PuTTY.
Notice: You will not see any stars as you type the password.
Setting up the server
On a unix machine, this is piece of cake. Just create a new user with Anonymine as the login shell and
allow remote access to this account.
To play Anonymine remotely, you need to know:
the IP address
port (usually 22)
username (you choose this yourself)
password (you choose this yourself)
If you're on NATed network (if you don't know, you probably are), you need to use port forwarding.
Login on the router (username admin, password admin), find the right page
and add port 22->port 22 on your local IP (192.168.x.x). You should find your local IP either on the
router's configuration pages or in the computer's network settings.