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4. June 2017 at 0:59 #4558
Cant make this game work. After intro video i get black screen with mouse pointer and cant do anything. I made an iso file from my spanish cd and its working fine on windows and linux.
I run magic dosbox on Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro (Snapdragon 650), android 7.1.24. June 2017 at 8:28 #4559
Strange, it should be working just fine. Try this config, and replace the mounting commands in Expert settings with your own.4. June 2017 at 10:27 #4560
Tried it but does the same. Yes, is strange, game was working fine on previous phones, but not on Redmi Note 3 Pro (using custom rom nougat 7.1.2 now, but i think it was the same on official miui8 marshmallow).
Other games working fine, how can i take a log for developer?4. June 2017 at 11:48 #4561
If you’re rooted, you can take a logcat, e.g. with Catlog (Play Store).
Another thing, and probably not the solution: have you requested sd card access in Global settings?4. June 2017 at 12:11 #4562
Solved! It was my sdcard. I have various dos games all on external sd and the only one that fails is this. I suppose its related to sdcard speed (old samsung 32gb class 10)4. June 2017 at 12:56 #4563
Glad it’s working for you. Have fun!
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Hi 🙂 I am trying to get Realms of Arkania 3 from gog to load up. I only can get into boot and then “Please insert the Shadows Over Riva CD.” Blue Dot: Go on” Clicking on it, just repeats itself.
Could you post the custom config again or is there something I am missing?
Thanks in advance.29. October 2021 at 15:30 #9226
The download link is still working, http://www.mediafire.com/download/suf3k0b7zq57zpu/Layout_Riva.mgc
But it should be fairly straightforward, the mounting command for the iso on my phone is this:
imgmount d /storage/0000-0000/iso/dsa3.cue -t cdrom
Simply replace the “/storage/0000-0000/iso” part with the correct path configuration on your device, and it should work. IIRC , you do have to add the -t cdrom switch at the end to make it work, so that might already solve your issue.29. October 2021 at 16:05 #9227
Thanks for the quick response. That link worked. However, I have the GOG version of the game, and instead of an iso, bin or cue file,
I just have game.gog that assumes being the iso. Is there a way to make that work? Or do I need an .iso version of the game?I found the single.conf file within GOGs setup. I’ll copy that over to the expert mode and try that. No luck sadly. Do you possibly have a copy of the whole config I could copy and paste? That is if your using the either the GOG or Steam version. I have both. If not, then I’ll play around with it for awhile.
Okay, after tinkering with it, I managed to get the gog version running properly now.
Thanks again 🙂29. October 2021 at 17:00 #9228
I’m using the original CD version. But you should be able to mount the .gog file just like any other iso image, that works for me in other games, too.
Maybe “-t iso -fs iso” instead of the “-t cdrom” switch will work.29. October 2021 at 17:01 #9229
I’m tempted to buy the game on GoG just to test it out.29. October 2021 at 17:03 #9230
It turned out to be the game.ins file that I needed to set for the CD file, which I assume is equivalent to the .cue file? “Shrugs” At least I got it running now. Now time to go bury hours of my life into it. 😀
🙂29. October 2021 at 17:05 #9231
On steam, they have both remakes of 1 and 2 along with all the classics for 88% off. I didn’t even know until I was trying to solve the iso issue that they had them. I picked those up for the remakes alone. 8 bucks, can’t beat that. And yeah, GOG is pretty good at patching up the older games, which I find a lot friendlier to complete.29. October 2021 at 17:11 #9232
Great, have fun! I don’t know how many times I’ve played RoA 2 & 3, I’m loving both games.30. April 2022 at 6:03 #9682ArcansonParticipant
I am not being able to get the GOG-Version to run like QuillsPen described. Could you be more specific how to do it exactly? What do I have to change exactly in the “game.ins-file”? I have the game.gog mounted as drive D (cd rom) and the installed files on hdd as drive C. I can manage to start the Game from drive C, but the “insert CD error is there”. Thank you for the help…
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