Seems as tho some folks would appreciate a how-to on getting Sjaak's Pac-Man Battle Royale version going. This thread aims to consolidate all the information between the Banana Royale thread and the PMBR build thread.
Unfortunately getting the game running isn't a one-step download process. You will need the following:
You might also need DirectX 9.0c
Once you've installed the required dependencies you'll need the game which is available here
. This is version 6 as is the most up-to-date as of 31 Aug 2016. When you unzip BananaRoyale6 I recommend placing the folder in your root drive. Mine is c:/Hyrule_Rumble, you can leave it BananaRoyale6 or whatever you like providing there are no spaces anywhere in the path. Make sure the path to the folder of the game doesn't contain any spaces.
To play Hyrule Rumble you'll need a few more things. Download Hyrule_Rumble sounds.rar
and Hyrule_Rumble levels and sprites.rar
from below. When you unpack them the entire contents of both folders goes into the game root folder. In this example c:/Hyrule_Rumble. Just overwrite the other sounds and folders. I included my Game.ini so when you execute the game you'll be set for Hyrule_Rumble as played on a regular screen, in windowed mode, with HLSL disabled.
The game does not support joysticks so if you're setup using a joypad encoder you'll need to set-up a JoytoKey
profiles or a similar tool to get you playing. Otherwise just assign keys as needed. To get you playing out of the box just use the direction arrows and the Lctrl button and you'll be off to the races.
There is no quit key but Alt+F4 works a trick. Recommend setting that up in JoytoKey as well if your FE doesn't do it for you.
Hyrule_Rumble has seven levels and comes with no music. Right now music is global, so whatever tune you pick will be the same for every level. You can roll your own from the Zelda Universe
. They already come as .mp3 so just rename your winner to Custom.mp3 and drop it in your game folder.
Screencaps are below. Some of these are from a version back so there are minor tweaks to what you're actually getting - but you get the idea.