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Truus999
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Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack

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Played all mini games once and found nothing strange.

ScummVM 1.0.0pre043166
WinXP with SP3
Game Windows/English

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MM v2 meteor police path

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Played Maniac Mansion french v2 (the version included in DOTT french mac CD) using the meteor police path.

ScummVM 1.0.0pre042975 for MacOS X intel

I didn't see any problem.

Note: that's the first time ever I completed the game, so I would not necessary have noticed if something is different from the original interpreter.

Edit: the game is recognized as DOS v2 french by ScummVM
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Post by MapleSyrup »

I completed King's Quest II (Amiga version from Back 2 The Roots) on Windows XP with ScummVM 1.0.0pre043189 (Aug 10, 2009 10:03:04), and didn't notice any problems.
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Post by Jer »

Hi again,

I just finished Indiana Jones Fate of Atlantis English CD WITS path with no problems on Windows Vista Ultimate 32 SP2 with version 1.0.0pre043238, Intel Core 2 Quad.

Jer.
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Post by MapleSyrup »

King's Quest III for the Amiga (the version from Back to the Roots) with ScummVM 1.0.0pre043189 (Aug 10, 2009 10:03:04) on Windows XP is not completable.

When you are the fly in King's Quest III for the Amiga and you try to leave the tavern, ScummVM crashes with the message "Assertion failed: v->numloops >=n, file engines/agi/view.cpp, line 286"

I filed bug tracker item 2835581.
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Post by Jer »

Hi,

I just finished Indiana Jones Fate of Atlantis English CD FISTS path with no problems on Windows Vista Ultimate 32 SP2 with version 1.0.0pre043336, Intel Core 2 Quad.

Jer.
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Post by NReale3370 »

Just finished Space I EGA (english), from the first CD compilation they released on Windows 7 x64
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Post by NReale3370 »

Completed Space Quest 2 (2.0F) English with the latest subversion Windows 7 RC x64
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Post by clone2727 »

@NReale3370: Did you use a branch build or a trunk build? SQ1 AGI or SCI (the latter of which is not supported in 1.0.0)? And SQ2 on DOS?
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Post by NReale3370 »

AGI and the nightly build on the download page
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Lost in Time (DOS/German)

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Hi :)

Just playing Lost in time and found one minor bug. When loading a saved game the message failed to save game stat to file. appears. It's a writable directory but saving is no problem. ;)

Ubuntu 9.04 / 32bit / running latest daily snapshot

Edit: Gameversion 1.00
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Post by clone2727 »

What platform of Lost in Time? DOS?

That bug was fixed about an hour ago, so you shouldn't have that problem anymore. :)
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Post by march »

Yes as written above Lost in Time (DOS/German) - just finished the game and it works. So you can add this to your wiki. :)

Lost in Time / German DOS / Completable. No regressions noted. / march / Linux x86_32 (Ubuntu 9.04) / Aug 14
That bug was fixed about an hour ago, so you shouldn't have that problem anymore.
Thanks guys. :)
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Post by clone2727 »

march wrote:Yes as written above Lost in Time (DOS/German) - just finished the game and it works. So you can add this to your wiki. :)
Yes, sorry about that. I didn't see it in the subject line. :P
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Post by march »

Loom / German EGA DOS (Standard) / Completable. No regressions noted. / march / Linux x86_32 (Ubuntu 9.04) / Aug 14

... can be added to your wiki. :)
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