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Which games would you like to be supported on the future?
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Kroc



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The X-files game would count, right?

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Post Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:26 pm 
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Maxor127



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I don't know if this has been mentioned, but Mac Return to Zork would be #1 for me. The MPEG version would be great too.

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Post Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:43 am 
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NLS



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Well it was mentioned in the first few pages, but I thing it should get one more vote:

Infocom, Magnetic Scrolls, Level 9 and other text engines.
I know about the few interpreters that are already out there, but I don't see the field very active nowadays, especially concerning modular engine solutions (like SCUMMVM itself). Gargoyle for example has years since last real update.
Yes there are many stand alone solutions and an active community. (where I see some possible conflict - as there was some tiny conflict when SCI and such moved to SCUMMVM)
Under the wings of SCUMMVM team this would thrive I believe.

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Post Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:27 am 
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Shane



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I did not read through all 22 pages of this thread to see if someone else mentioned this, but I would like to see ScummVM support Monkey Island: Special Edition and Monkey Island 2 Special Edition. I realize the games aren't that old, but the games are already experiencing compatibility issues. Due to driver issues neither game will run in Windows 10 and there is no sign of Disney putting any effort into making these games last into the future. I remember LEC repeatedly touted that the new Special Editions were created in SCUMM so theoretically they should work or shouldn't be too difficult to implement within ScummVM, but who knows what kind of modifications LEC made to the game and the engine to modernize it.

I would hate to see these two games already fall off to the sidelines. [/i]

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Post Sat Oct 15, 2016 2:48 am 
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tsoliman
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FWIW, ScummVM does (unofficially) support running the "Ultimate Talkie Edition" fan patch of MI1&2 SE.

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Post Sat Oct 15, 2016 8:17 pm 
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Shane



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I've seen that, but I actually like the updated HD graphics.

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IntEmu



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'Clue' (FMV) and 'Johnny Mnemonic' (FMV), because they're 16-bit Windows games.

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