Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse
Windows - 2005
Description of Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse Windows
2005, the year Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse was released on Windows. Made by Wideload Games, Inc. and published by Aspyr Media, Inc., this action game is available for free on this page.
Comments and reviews
Nic 2020-10-19 2 points
Finally got the game to run (on win10, not nvidia), if other people are a bit frustrated here's how *I* managed to get it:
1) Download/Extract Stubbs
2.) Mount the first CUE file & run the installer (DAEMON tools lite was real easy for me when i DO NOT GET mounting lol)
3.) Use the second and 3rd CUE files as the next discs, unmount and remount when asked for the next disc.
4.) after installed, mount the third disc and move the two .cab files into the C:\Program Files\Aspyr\Stubbs files (or your equivalent). Rename the cracked Stubbs file to CoDSP and move it over too.
5.) Go to the pcgamingwiki for Stubbs and download ThirteenAG's WS fix.
6.) Extract all files to the same \Program Files\Aspyr file as before
7.) Run CoDSP
Hope this helps someone! I was gonna start tearing hair out
Nanashi 2020-10-08 0 point
Can't get the game to use controller. I can map out all the buttons, but I can' get the game to save it as my preferred method. Anyone know how? using wired 360 controller.
Jaguar 2020-09-02 1 point
Well, I have Intel HD 620 4gb graphics with a 7020u processor, which can run Arkham city and origins like a butter. Then why is it that I am getting a message telling me that I don't meet the minimum video card requirement. I checked online and it only requires a 256 Mb ram, so why am I having this problem?
Hebi 2020-08-06 0 point
Playing Stubbs the Zombie when I was young was addicting. I played it on a lighter difficulty but at the hardest you really feel like a zombie trying to survive something far worse and it is amazing. No matter what, I play this game on my xbox a lot. Due to a system not turning on. I will do anything to play this again.
Stubbyman 2020-05-29 0 point
Awesome! Thanks abandonware for keeping this game alive, I was just randomly looking for it and sadly had to see that it's not even available in Germany, except as an US import. I can only remember playing the demo on Steam back in the day. I'm really glad to be able to give it another go.
I followed almost all of Retromoose's steps, but for 6. and 8.:
I didn't have to mount the disc. I extracted all 3 isos into 3 seperate folders, started the setup application that was in the first disc, and as soon as I got an error saying "Data2" or "Data11" missing, I copied the contents of disc 2 and 3 (except for the crack) into the disc 1 folder and retried finding them. After the install completed, I copied the crack from disc 3 into the installation folder and replaced the "Stubbs" application.
Dunno what was meant with the two launch files in step 8. I just had the cracked "Stubbs" application in there and ran that in Windows XP (Service Pack 3) compatibility mode.
After downloading the OpenAL installer I could start the game, but had problems changing the screen resolution. It wouldn't save my changed after restarting the game (which you have to do, in order to change the resolution)
For those of you having the same problems getting a widescreen solution check this website, worked like a charm for me:
Thanks a lot for the chance to play this little gem again! :]
rt131 2020-05-17 0 point
When i run the game all the characters are pink. when i try to run it in compat mode it crashes
Mike Hunt 2020-05-13 1 point
I converted the BIN files to ISO, Mounted them to 3 Drives, Used Stubbs Installer, Replaced the original Stubbs file with the cracked version. Then proceeded with Retros instructions. The game works great with Retros instructions. Thanks Retro!
Pigtails&PewPewsYT 2020-05-08 2 points
How do i get this to run on Windows 7? The Winrar file has no exe.
Chad 2020-05-07 1 point
I was stuck trying to get this to work for a while, I installed it and then applied the crack and opened it and it crashed just after a black screen happened, I refered back to the comment's here and nothing worked, so I went searching and I found that if you change the cracked exe filename to "CoDSP.exe" It will launch, I hope this helps anyone struggling with launching it :)
Big Jae 2020-04-28 0 point
Unfortunately Win10 is telling me that the disc files are damaged. :(
Jyn 2020-04-22 1 point
For me, using only nvidia inspector and launching by stubbs.exe with Windows XP Compatibility worked good!
Sigma Wolf 2019-10-29 0 point
After mounting the 3 iso files I get a 1721 error and fail install
7esla 2019-10-20 3 points
Followed Retromoose's instructions exactly except I couldn't find "Launch" in my install folder. I was able to successfully boot by changing the .exe file from Stubbs.exe to CoDSP.exe. Hopefully this helps
lollypoper 2019-07-25 3 points
From what I understood it only works in NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards. NVIDIA you can use the Inspector. AMD you simple rename ''Stubbs.exe'' to ''CoDSP.exe''. But in all cases you have to do the RETROMOOSE guide until the end!
RetroMoose 2019-05-31 17 points
How To Get Stubbs The Zombie To Work On Windows 10 (NVIDIA card)
This is a step-by-step guide on how to install the Stubbs The Zombie properly and get it to work. This guide will only work for NVIDIA graphics cards.
1. Download NVIDIA Inspector (You will need to extract it.)
2. Open nvidiaProfileInspector
3. Scroll down to "5 - Common"
4. Click on the extention limit and change it to 0x00004844. There should be a drop down arrow that will give you this option.
5. Apply changes and exit NVIDIA Inspector
6. Install Stubbs The Zombie (I mounted the cue files and when the install process asked for the next disc, I just mounted the next cue file.
7. The third "disc" has a crack folder for no disc. Just copy the stubbs.exe file and paste it over the existing one in the Stubbs installation folder.
8. From the Stubbs installation folder, don't click "Stubbs". right click "Launch". There should be two files named Launch, but just click the file with the one with the green arrow in the icon. Then click Troubleshoot compatibility and it should choose XP compatible settings. If the game launches, make sure to save compatibility settings for next time.
9. If the launch fails, google search OpenAL installer and download and install it. (It's a very small and quick install. ) Now the game should run. You'll still need to setup up proper display settings and controller or keyboard settings.
Game looks and plays great for being from 2005 and an XBOX port.
Good luck everyone.
lol 2019-04-16 4 points
It doesn't work at all. I can't install it because it says the discs are damaged
Anon 2019-02-12 -2 points
I've downloaded the game, but noticed there is some texture issues? Some of the people are missing in the intro, grave doesn't show up during the intro. Game will crash after selecting difficulty. Help?
AnnouncedGrain 2019-01-24 -2 points
To install the game, open folder Stubbs.The.Zombie-RELOADED and change all files ending with ".bin" to ".iso", you should have 3 of those files and after you change them to .iso those will represent a 3 discs. mount first, start the installation, when asked, mount second etc. enjoyy
Pyrose 2019-01-12 2 points
is you have winrar i gess it don't work because it creat a winrar file and i can't find a app to start the game it self
ASZMAN 2019-01-01 0 point
Anyone that's having problems check the pcgamingwiki page for the game, the game works just fine under windows 10.
THANKS FOR UPLOADING THIS!!!
InQui 2018-10-08 1 point
I heard this game isnt patched to run on anything past windows XP. I think this game had a hard time running on Vista
anymouse 2018-10-03 1 point
Can't seem to get this to work on Win 10, I downloaded the needed .dll file, changed the name of the .exe, and even tried the nvidiainspector app, I still get the error 0xc000007b everytime I try to open it.
Jammy dog08 2018-09-15 1 point
Im downloading now (its taking ages for a 2.1GB file lol). I've been trying to get this for 5 years now...hopefully this is the answer! I will update when its downloaded!!!
anon 2018-09-11 3 points
This is a great title and totally recommended to try!
And holy cow the soundtrack rocks so hard!
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