This page contains all the information you need to get ScummVM up and running on the RISC OS operating system.
What you’ll need
A system running RISC OS 3.6 or later.
A minimum of 64 MB RAM. 32 MB may work in some circumstances, but is not generally recommended.
The SharedUnixLibrary and DRenderer modules installed. These can be installed using PackMan.
Support for long file names. On older versions of RISC OS, this can be provided using raFS.
Download the RISC OS package from the ScummVM Downloads page.
Use a tool such as SparkFS to extract the archive. It is important that the archive is not extracted on any other system, because this results in a loss of file type information. ScummVM requires the file type information to run properly.
Transferring game files
Copy data files directly from the original discs on machines that have CD and/or floppy drives, or use a USB drive to transfer the files from another system.
See Handling game files for more information about game file requirements.
Controls can be manually configured in the Keymaps tab. See the Keyboard shortcuts page for common default keyboard shortcuts.
The save path needs to be in a path that supports long file names, so it may be necessary to change the default location to one that does.
<Choices$Write> environment variable is usually
For more information about settings, see the Settings section of the documentation. Only platform-specific differences are listed here.
There is one additional configuration option, enable_reporter. When set to true in Configuration file, log messages are sent to the !Reporter application. This is useful mostly for developers.
ScummVM for RISC OS does not have cloud or LAN functionality.