Classic Lego Games on ScummVM?

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Classic Lego Games on ScummVM?

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I was at my local thrift store (Goodwill) the other day, and I bought some games. The games were Lego Island, Lego Racers, (These two are unrelated) King's Quest VII for DOS, and The Dig. I just bought the games out of nostalgia, so right now, they're just sitting on my shelf gathering dust. I was wondering If you (ScummVM Team) could support these games in a future update. I'm not one for closing a paragraph, so... Uh, BYE!!!!
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Please read this entry in our FAQ. :)
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Post by digitall »

Diggledog: Please see these links for currently supported games and those which may be in the near future:
http://scummvm.org/compatibility/
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/Engines

The Dig is already supported by the SCUMM engine:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/The_Dig

KQ VII may be supported in the future as it uses a later version of the SCI engine:
http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/King%27s_Quest_VII

The other games as DrMcCoy indicated via that entry in our FAQ are outside the project's scope i.e. they are not 2D point and click adventure games.
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Aw, dangit!
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Shouldn't this be in the junkyard?
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Post by digitall »

Yes.
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