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sanguinehearts



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quote:
Originally posted by MusicallyInspired
There are so many. I'd like to see:

Shadow of the Comet - I know someone was looking at it
Prisoner of Ice - I dont think it uses the same engine as Shadow of the Comet.
Return to Zork - its already partially supported in the MADE engine
Inca 1 & 2 - Inca 2 is partially supported however inca 1 uses a different engine
Dragonsphere - partially supported in the M4 engine
Return of the Phantom - M4
Rex Nebular - M4

Oh! How about some Dynamix adventures? (Rise of the Dragon, Heart of China, Willy Beamish) - I know jvprat was working on the dgds engine for these games.


I edited your post with some comments.

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quote:
Originally posted by MusicallyInspired
Return to Zork

That one already is in the trunk and is completable. (MADE engine)
quote:
Originally posted by MusicallyInspired
Inca 1 & 2

Inca 2 has some code in the trunk. I don't think the action sequences are playable.
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Originally posted by MusicallyInspired

Dragonsphere
Return of the Phantom
Rex Nebular


I believe dreammaster is working on that (as part of m4).
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Clone provided a very tidy version of what I said. Razz

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Good news! Someday hopefully I'll be able to play my entire collection of 2D point&click adventures through ScummVM.

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quote:
Originally posted by sanguinehearts
Clone provided a very tidy version of what I said. Razz
Bah, I didn't notice that you edited his quote in your post. Razz
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i would like to have chance to play games from Cryo again... especially Dune (probably out of scope of ScummVM) and KGB, others i don't know at all

Dune is one of the best games ever, i was adicted to its soundtrack (adlib!) and atmosphere. KGB i only remember i started but never had chance to play it properly

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryo_Interactive
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dune_(computer_game)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KGB_(computer_game)

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Mim



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I'd like to see supported:
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Sherlock Holmes: Case of the Rose Tatoo
Sherlock Holmes: Case of the Serrated Scalpel
Sanitarium
Discworld Noir
3 Skulls of the Toltecs
Gene Machine
Prisoner of Ice

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Oh, time for wishes Mr. Green
Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess (aka "Kult: The Temple of Flying Saucers")
Death Gate

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Threepwood



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my wishlist:

Uninvited
Shadowgate
DejaVu
DejaVu II

I think the first point&click adventure I ever played was uninvited

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marticus



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Blade Runner
Toonstruck
Neverhood
Stupid Invaders
Chewy Esc from F5
TLJ
Ace Ventura Very Happy
Big Red Adventure
The Gene Machine
Discworld Noir
3 Skulls of the Toltecs
Innocent 1 + 2
Dark Seed 1 + 2
Duckman Very Happy
Beavis & Butthead (though has action minigames)
Tex Murphy
Callahan's Crosstime Saloon
Sanitarium !
Star Trek A Final Unity (well, and 25th anniversary too)
oh and Archibald Applebrook while I'm at it.

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Lubomyr



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Universe (core design) (amiga version)

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quote:
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Star Trek A Final Unity (well, and 25th anniversary too)



What about Judgement Rites?
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by marticus

Star Trek A Final Unity (well, and 25th anniversary too)



What about Judgement Rites?


Judgement Rites and 25th Anniversary use the same engine, but the main problem with these (as far as I remember from looking at them) is that the games are very hardcoded (makes reverse engineering and reimplementing them much, much more time consuming).

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I think it'd be amazing to actually play A Final Unity in the resolution and colour depth as it was meant to. 640x480, I believe with 16-bit colour or something. Currently I'm settling with 640x480 in 8-bit colour on my old 486 box. Which is annoying to me because I like things to run in the best possible modes they can.

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quote:
Originally posted by MusicallyInspired
I think it'd be amazing to actually play A Final Unity in the resolution and colour depth as it was meant to. 640x480, I believe with 16-bit colour or something. Currently I'm settling with 640x480 in 8-bit colour on my old 486 box. Which is annoying to me because I like things to run in the best possible modes they can.


Indeed, I was stoked when DosBox finally supported 16bit Smile
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