Rayne the Rogue 2 (now available)
You can download the game from our server here.
After barely escaping the dragon’s lairs Rayne traveled the world in search for the next big adventure. Rayne came across a rumor of a magic lamp hidden within a castle. The lamp is guarded by vicious creatures hunting down any interlopers. Help Rayne navigate the castle and avoid the beasts to get the lamp.
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I took a picture when I beat the game. I'm rank C.
It would be nice if we could add more information on the game Page (in the Help section of the game would be better). Currently there is one page but you could make more pages like Meteors & Treasure Miner - That would be nice. But that's my opinion. 🙂
I'm terribly sorry if this is a silly question, but I can't seem to play the game.
I have unzipped RAYNE2_PS_V1_0.zip just like I did for other PocketStar games, and put the unziped folder "RAYNE2_PS_V1_0" in the SD Card's "games" folder. I inserted the card into my PocketStar (also eject SD, restart), but Rayne the Rogue 2 doesn't appear in the game select.
Other games I have on the SD (brickbreaker, meteors, pocketinvaders, pocketris, spacequarth, treasureminer) seem to work fine.
Am I doing it wrong?
Hmm I still don't understand. Am I correct to have .bin & .psi in a folder within a "games" folder, just like any other games I have?
I thought there is a possibility that the zip file I downloaded might have been corrupted and downloaded it again, tried changing the folder name from "RAYNE2_PS_V1_0" to "rayne2" but that didn't work neither. And as I mentioned all other games I put in the SD card work with no problem. Am I missing something, like an additional software, or some properties?
There is no additional software needed.
Try to download it on our website - There is the Rayne2.zip like the other games already prepared and you just have to unzip it.
Note: The files must have the same name as the folder.
As example: "games" folder > "rayne2" folder > "rayne2.bin" file & "rayne2.psi" file. 🙂