SORRY THIS TOOK SO LONG, but I just saw this today!...;) Enjoy!
I finished the game years ago when it was new, but just got the GOG version.
I'd like to try svn-daum DOSBox. I downloaded it but I don't know how ti use it. Note - I'm no computer dummy (professional programmer for many years) but I don't see how to link svn to the game. Is there some trick?
Here's the link: http://ykhwong.xo.st
Do you have any Gog games that you bought pre-configured from Gog to run on DOSbox? If so, look at how those games are setup to use the anemic version of dosbox they ship with and from there figuring out how to integrate the SVN version should be no trouble for you...(that's how I actually did it in the beginning.) I'm going to attach my dosbox.config file for this game for you...Gog only accepts image files as attachments for some really weird reason, so when you download this be sure and rename it to dosbox.conf (leave the jpg extension off.) This is the actual dosbox config file (TXT file) I use with the game and SVN DOSbox. Put the svn-dosbox folder into your D:\Stonekeep directory (where D is your drive letter) and rename it to just DOSBOX. The dosbox.conf file also goes into your D:\Stonekeep directory.
Very important: In the TARGET box in the executable game icon you use to start Stonekeep
, this is what should be there:
D:\Stonekeep\DOSBOX\dosbox_x64.exe -conf "..\dosbox.conf" -conf "..\dosbox.conf" -noconsole -c exit
The START IN box:
Remember that "D" above is merely your own custom drive letter for wherever you have installed the game.
Double-clicking the icon should then run the game through my dosbox.conf (you can call it anything you want--say, dbStonekeep.conf if you want--just keep the executable icon for the game informed of any changes you make, etc.
And there you have it--the game is now tied to dosbox-svn instead of the mini-version that ships with the game! The options for the game configuration increase dramatically as you can see by my dosbox.conf above!
You can follow this model for all of your dosbox games--dosbox_x64.exe works with all of my dosbox games, save one, btw.