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Morden



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quote:
Originally posted by KnutG
Shadow of the comet was i nice adventure - i have the original german CD in my shelf and would love it to play this again with scummvm...


Same here. I also have the CD somewhere, but since the installation is, to put it mildly, less than convenient on a Win 8.1 machine, I've been keeping my fingers crossed in wishing that ScummVM will eventually support it.
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Post Mon May 26, 2014 6:39 pm 
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digitall
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Morden, KnutG: It is best in future to check the Engines page on the Wiki first.

An engine for Comet is in progress, but has not been updated for some time and IIRC is incomplete:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/Engines#In-Progress.2FFrozen_Engines

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KnutG



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quote:
Originally posted by digitall
Morden, KnutG: It is best in future to check the Engines page on the Wiki first.

An engine for Comet is in progress, but has not been updated for some time and IIRC is incomplete:
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The headline of this threat is "Which games would you like to be supported on the future?", and i wrote my wish...
The info, that a engine was in progress but was never updated for a long time change nothing on my wish, that someone implement this game in scummVM (complete) and make it playable soon... Rolling Eyes
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quote:
Originally posted by balpat

Zork Nemesis
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Support for Nemesis and ZGI has been announced today
http://forums.scummvm.org/viewtopic.php?t=13787
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lei_aili



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I wish they would support Oregon Trail 2. I have the game, but I can't get it to work on Windows 7. Been craving the nostalgia of playing that.

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MetalSnake



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I would love to replay Mirage again. http://www.mobygames.com/game/mirage

edit: damn, just saw that this is a Macromedia Game.

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Lebostein



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Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out! 640x480 Version

What is the problem with that game? I think this is only a modification of the SCI engine... or is it not?

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MusicallyInspired



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It uses SCI2 not SCI1.1 like the VGA version. SCI2 is not supported yet. Apparently they've changed a bunch of engine specific things in SCI2. Same story with KQ7, SQ6, PQ4, Torin's Passage, and all SVGA Sierra games. Except GK1, I guess? Which is partially playable?

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Amitari



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I'd love to see the GRAAL and GRAC2 engines supported.

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Raziel
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quote:
Originally posted by Amitari
I'd love to see the GRAAL and GRAC2 engines supported.

Second, but being Amiga-only games i don't think it will happen (soon/ever?)
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rootfather



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I'd like to see Daedalic's "Deponia" series supported in ScummVM in the future. The first three games share the same engine, the Visionaire Adventure Game Engine. This engine is also used by other Daedalic games like "Harvey's New Eyes", "The Night of The Rabbit" and "The Whispered World".

Because the games are quite new (the series started in 2012), I don't think they are really in scope of ScummVM (yet).

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Raziel
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The graphics are beautiful in those Deadalic games...i'd pretty much love to be able to play those in ScummVM aswell

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rootfather



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"Deponia: Doomsday" released a few days ago is using the Visionaire engine too which would make implementing this engine even more exciting.

Read more here: http://www.visionaire-studio.net/

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henke37



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Add another vote for the pink panther games. Those were a part of my childhood.

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Megane67



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Great job on the latest ScummVM engine! My personal wishlist for future ScummVM supported games would include:

Access Software
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Mean Streets

Dynamix Inc.
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Heart of China
Rise of the Dragon

Legend Entertainment
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Eric the Unready
Frederik Pohl's Gateway
Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All The Girls
Spellcasting 201: The Sorcerer's Appliance
Spellcasting 301: Spring Break
Superhero League of Hoboken
Timequest

Keep up the great work!

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