I'm relieved to hear it's working.
So your DLL question brings us back to Windows. DLLs are Windows things, not Android things.
The short answer is you don't need to do anything for those DLL files. Blurrr already supplies and handles the DLLs you need.
You should start with my Github version of your project that was already migrated to Blurrr. It will work on both Android and Windows, and all the other Blurrr platforms like Mac, iOS, SteamOS/Linux, and Raspberry Pi. You should be able to (in Blurrr), Open the Existing Project, and generate a Visual Studio project.
Look at the left side tree panel in Visual Studio. Currently ALL_BUILD
is the bold faced target. But look for one underneath called
MyBlurrrProject. Right-click it and in the contextual menu, select
"Set as StartUp Project".
Now you can git the Green "play" triangle in the center of the Visual
Studio toolbar to build and launch.
Blurrr automatically manages the DLL environment so you can develop and run it.
When you want to ship your program binaries to another computer, Blurrr also provides an INSTALL and PACKAGE feature to also do the right thing for you.
Again, look at the left side tree panel in Visual Studio. This time find the INSTALL and PACKAGE targets. Right-click to bring up the contextual menu on one of them. Select Build.
When you Build the INSTALL target, it creates a directory inside your MyBlurrrProject/BUILD/WinVS2015 directory called INSTALL. Inside there, you will find a folder containing all the binaries you need to ship your project. You can double click the MyBlurrrProject.exe to run it right there. All the DLLs you need are already self-contained in that folder. All you have to do is zip up that folder and ship it to people. They can unzip it and run the .exe and everything will just work.
When you Build the PACKAGE target, creates a .msi installer in your MyBlurrrProject/BUILD/WinVS2015 directory. This is basically the same as the above folder that you can zip up, but goes through the standard Microsoft installer system instead. Again, everything is self-contained and all the DLLs you need are bundled with it.