That has worked - it loads! But (I wish there was no but) the sound doesn’t work. It just makes farty noises essentially, I’ve tried a few games. This time I installed pulseaudio first, and I also installed ScummVM through the Snap-Store, not sure if that made a difference though.
Edit: It was definitely Pulse Audio that makes the difference, if I launch it ScummVM with Alsa then I get the same old segmentation error as I used to get. I tried “artsc” also as I read that was a possible option.
I guess this may be getting into more of a ScummVM issue than the Snap. I can revert back to the 2.0.0 release that gets installed by the standard terminal install, the only one of my games I can’t get to work is Blade Runner, which does work in the Snap version (although the sound doesn’t work).
Reading the ScummVM ticket I originally raised for this, the ScummVM dev on there had the same issue:
I did try the snap package, but it was buggy on my RPi at the time. The more prominent issue that I recall was with pulseaudio conflicts which resulted in noisy audio. I also do recall several warnings being printed out on the console while launching ScummVM but I don’t think I have kept a log of those. These issue may have been resolved in the latest Raspbian and snap package for all I know.