This page details the system requirements (ie. memory and discspace, etc.) of the various Angband Variant ports I have compiled with my front-end.
Please note that these versions all require RISC OS 3 (or later) and a harddisc. Actually, it is possible to run most of them from a floppy (some even from a DD floppy!) with a little effort...
The code itself is RISC OS 2 compatible, but the executables are not - please mail me for details if you need a RISC OS 2 version for any reason...
All disc-space figures are rounded up to the nearest half megabyte.
The memory sizes given are what you will need (in total) in your machine to have a chance of using the given game.
Memory / Disc Space requirements
| Disc | M E M O R Y Game | Space | Total | Free ---------------------------+---------+---------+---------- Angband 2.9.0 | 1.5Mb | 2Mb | 1400Kb Angband 2.8.3 | 1.5Mb | 2Mb | 1300Kb Angband 2.8.3 (with Borg) | 1.5Mb | 4Mb | 1800Kb Cthangband 3.0.1 | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Cthangband 3.1.1 | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Kamband 1.4 | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Kamband 1.7 | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Kamband 1.8 | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1700Kb Oangband 0.3.2 | 2Mb | 2Mb | 1500Kb Oangband 0.4.0 | 2Mb | 2Mb | 1600Kb Pziband 2.1.0e | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Sangband 0.9.5b | 1.5Mb | 2Mb | 1300Kb Yin-Yangband 0.1 | 1.5Mb | 2Mb | 1200Kb Zangband 2.1.1c | 2Mb | 4Mb | 1600Kb Zangband 2.2.3+ | 2.5Mb | 4Mb | 2048Kb
I'd recommend an ARM3 or later - there are signicant delays at certain times in the game (eg. walking from one wilderness sector to another, or entering/leaving some buildings in the town) which will be very annoying on an ARM2 machine, although the worst can be reduced dramatically (elimianted even) by turning the wilderness off when generating your character.
Please note that individual set-ups can vary considerably. To the best of my knowledge the information given here is accurate, and I have actually tested (and run) as many games as possible on the "minimum specification" machines I list. If you find that you cannot then you may need to (temporarily) reconfigure your system to free up enough memory, etc.