14. December 2018 at 18:24 #6508
I really want to play fallout 2 on my android phone, but when i search for a tutorial for the installation, you need a PC to do it, which i dont have. So please, is thereany other way to install it without PC14. December 2018 at 23:32 #6509
You can use limbo pc emulator for android instead virtual box for pc.15. December 2018 at 9:21 #6510
Can you explain more please15. December 2018 at 14:16 #6511
I made youtube guide for fallout 2 installation, I though you saw it. It consists of three parts in which I use pc and virtual box, you can replace virtual box with android application called limbo pc emulator.22. December 2018 at 10:18 #6526
thx, i installed it, the only thing remaining is to put the game in the hdd file…..22. December 2018 at 22:39 #6527
What if you mount fallout 2 iso in limbo and copy it’s files to 2gb img file? Maybe installer will still work…22. December 2018 at 22:42 #6528
Or maybe limbo has option which allows you to mount local folder with fallout 2 iso, from there you can copy iso to img, would be worth look for it28. December 2018 at 5:43 #6607FackoParticipant
I’ve installed win95b pretty easy with a hard disk image I made in dosboxdaum.
If I remember right (it’s been a while) I started and made an image in dosboxdaum with
Imgmake win95.img -t hd -size 2048
Then mount a boot disk and the disk image and your win95 cd. Boot the boot disk and format the c drive with format c: /s. Then copy the win95 folder from the cd image to the hard disk image. Copy the disk image to your phone and cd to your win95 folder and run setup.
For me it only blue screened once during the whole process and was fine after a restart.
One of my win95 settings
imgmount c /sdcard/dosbox/win95-diablo.img -t hdd -size 512,63,128,520
boot -l c28. December 2018 at 5:49 #6608FackoParticipant
After that you need to use something like ultra iso to copy game installs to your disk image. Lots of trial and error. With 95 it’s not worth trying to get iso image mounting support. It works great in 98lite tho and if you have it installed you can easily create another hard disk image and copy your images to it and mount them.
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