I want to add something. For me, STEP 7 didn't worked, I suspect you need the "full" commercial version of CrossDOS, at least version 5 or newer, CrossDOS v7 Gold is the latest officially released I think. However, when you have CrossDOS, you can use the tool there to mount the hardfile in the Amiga OS. PCTask is also compatible with the hardfile you create with CrossDOS.
STEP 7: Transferring files from AMIGA partition to PC partition
Screenmode: Create an SAGA 640x200x8 screenmode to get DOS in nice fullscreen.
(There might be some graphical distortions in games when using SAGA screenmodes with less than 8 bit screens in some games I think, CGA, EGA etc.)
Tested some Sierra Online Adventure "Quest" games that ruled on PC.
Remember to edit the "setup.cfg" file within games directories to set PC speaker sound driver (std.drv) etc.
"Of course, this is absolutely of-no-point, because most of these games also exist in Amiga versions with better sound and everything.
And if they don't, they surely exist in Mac version with full 256 color and will run very nice using a Mac emulator like Shapeshifter.
And of course with DosBOX on a modern PC you get full sound card support and speed on everything.
But I enjoy doing this just because its possible, and only stuff running on a real Amiga gives the good feel."
1. Kings Quest V:
First Sierra-Onine "Quest" game with click-and-point and VGA 320x200x256 graphics I think.
Got some problem with only getting b/w VGA. Replaced the VGA driver file x.drv within the game with the one from Police Quest IV. Got correct colors after this.
This games seemed to run very good, no problem with speed etc.
2. Police Quest VI.
Runs very fine.
3. Police Quest I - remake VGA (PC only game)
4. Police Quest 1 - original (EGA)
Got some graphical "redraw" problems at score line on top when running in SAGA screenmode.
On an Amiga native screen it should be no problem I think.
NOTE: This game is also for Amiga with same graphics 16 colors and of cause better sound "Amiga" and is kind off "system friendly", multitasking to Amiga OS is not switched off, and they maybe even works with "screenmode" enforcer like newmode to make the Amiga version run in SAGA screen.
5. Leisure Larry 1 - original (EGA)
Same as above.
6. Test Drive II
Runs wellin SAGA screen. (EGA)
7. Test Drive III (PC only game)
Was very fascinated by this game when it was new. Runs at good speed surprisingly, but,,, hard to control (maybe that's how it always was.)
Needs a lot of base memory (640KB) free to start this game. Had to use himem.sys to get more free base ram, after his the game started with no problem.
8. Test Drive
Little strange, found it not very smooth.
9. Who framed Roger Rabbit.
DIdn't work on SAGA screen. Maybe on Amiga screen, haven't tested-
10. Alley cat (IBM release)
Runs even smooth on A1200/030. (CGA)
11. Norton Commander
(runs even smooth on 030, assembled coded clone exists and runs even faster)
12. Windows 3.11
(graphics update is slow, but usable, boots quickly.)
When using 256 color using win setup Video 7 driver, mouse pointer got invincible, have to stick to 16 color.
13. Wolfenstein 3D - original release
Runs better than expected. Have to reduce the screen littlebit within the game to get playable framerate.
WANT BETTER SOUND?
Solder together a pore mans sound card "Covox Speech Thing", its " Disney Sound Source" compatible in the game-settings. Its easy and cheap to make from resistors, and connects to the parallel/printer port LPT:
Maybe it will work in PCTask, have to solder together one and find out.