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Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

Posted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:02 am
by JonAbbott
Image Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

ID: 10507
Version: 2.1
Developer: Tengen; Krisalis (conversion); Shaun Hollingworth (conversion); Pete Harrap (conversion)
Genre: Arcade
RAM: 1024

CPU compatibility: ARM2 ARM250 ARM3 ARM610 ARM700 ARM710 ARM7500 StrongARM ARMv5+
OS compatibility: 3.11 3.5x 3.6x 3.7x 4.x 5.x

Legal info: Distribution rights held by JASPP


Download: Full archive (11mb)

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Game info
To run the game use "Boot floppy" from the ADFFS Filer.


Synopsis
PAC-MAN IS BACK AND BOUNCING IN 3-D!
Armed with unique BOUNCE power, Pac-Man faces new challenges as he enters the 3-D worlds of Block Town, Pac-Man's Park, Sandbox Land and Jungly Steps.
With the help of 4 power pills, Pac-Man is ready to outwit and avoid those persistent pesky ghosts Inky, Pinky, Blinky, Clyde, Sue and Funky.
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Gameplay

Re: Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:57 pm
by geraldholdsworth
I cannot get this working on RISC OS 3.7 or 4.39 (or 6.20...but that's academic).
Reports that it cannot find 'GOARM3JIT'.

Re: Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 1:23 pm
by JonAbbott
geraldholdsworth wrote:I cannot get this working on RISC OS 3.7 or 4.39
Can you confirm which processor you have and that the machine isn't a Kinetic.

Could you load ADFFS, go to a command prompt, enter the following and let me know the result after each line:

SHOW ADFFS$CPUID
GOARM3JIT 0

Re: Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:47 pm
by geraldholdsworth
Hiya,

It's a StrongARM configured RPCemu.
*SHOW ADFFS$CPUID
ADFFS$CPUID(Number) : 2576
*GOARM3JIT 0
File 'GOARM3JIT' not found

Re: Pac-mania (1989) (Grandslam Entertainments)

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 6:36 pm
by JonAbbott
geraldholdsworth wrote:It's a StrongARM configured RPCemu.
ADFFS doesn't work under RPCEmu as the memory subsystem doesn't match a physical StrongARM

If you want to run under emulation, I'd advice using an Archimedes emulator such as ArcEM or Red Squirrel.