Ok I was able to install heretic with this add on:http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,0,0,0,30,601
The trick was finding the heretic.wad file and installing it in the same folder in the root directory.
I also got Hexen to work via this add on:http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,0,0,0,30,602
I had to also find the hexen.wad file and add it to the folder I originally put in the root directory.
I could not get them to work by clicking on the Open Emulator button. I had to use the browser to find the .DGE file and open it for the game to load. Whenever I click on the Open-Source Emulators nothing happens, just like when I click on open source games or video, E-book reader or browse pictures.
I also could not browse to or get this mod for Decent 2 to work:http://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/dingoo.cgi?0,0,0,0,30,342
I followed the directions that said for me to=
Since D2X-Rebirth is a Sourceport of the Descent2-Engine you will need the Game-Content data files to run the game.
For non-Mac OS *NIX all data files need to be copied to the Sharepath, which is (if not specified with the SCons ?sharepath?-variable) /usr/local/share/games/d2x-rebirth/. For all other systems the data files go in the folder containing the application, as with the original version. For *NIX systems (including Mac OS X) there is also the option of placing them in a folder you specify using d2x.ini (see end).
Following files are needed to run the game:
intro-h.mvl and/or intro-l.mvl
other-h.mvl and/or other-l.mvl
robots-h.mvl and/or robots-l.mvl
With the PC version, these files - except the Movies (*.mvl) - are archived in the file
I put them in the folder labeled data and I even encluded the decent2.sow file to no avail.
Here is a picture of how the folder on my Dingo looks:http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v425/str8senate/DX2.png
I think it should work because I have all the correct files in the Data folder, but I could not click on Open Source Emulators. I browsed to it, but browsing worked for hexen.
I am a huge Decent2 fan and I own multiple copies of Decent 1, 2, and 3!