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

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marticus
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Toonstruck!
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marticus wrote:Toonstruck!
Toonstruck! Toonstruck!
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Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 1+2
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The Ultimate Haunted House, Private eye, Robot City from Brooklyn Multimedia.
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Post by Buddha »

Dragonsphere.
It was a solid and good fantasy adventure game by Microprose.
I've heard that the engine in it is mostly hardcoded though so the chances are pretty slim although there is some work on M4 already.
A poem creation puzzle comes especially to mind from Dragonsphere as a positive thing...
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I have Dragonsphere. Couldn't get barely anywhere in it. I just didn't get it. Doesn't mean I've given up on it. But I've taken a pretty long break. Return of the Phantom was great, though, from what I watched of my dad playing it. Though he does complain about the labyrinth. Labyrinths in adventure games suck.
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Dreamweb . AWESOME piece of software in my opinion
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I vote for Gabriel Knight(s) and Innocent until caught series.
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Phantasmagoria

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I vote for Gabriel Knight and Phantasmagoria(1). Drop me a line if you would like some help testing these, I own Gabriel Knight(s) and Phantasmagoria(1)&(2) though Ph2 I didn't like much.
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Post by Collector »

SCI is already being worked on, but it may be a while before these will be playable in ScummVM. In the mean time you can use these installers to painlessly set them up.

Gabriel Knight Series Installers

Phantasmagoria Series Installers
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I'd really like to see the MAC version of Return to Zork supported -- 640x480 resolution as opposed to 320x200, SVGA instead of VGA, TONS OF MPEG video, more animations, etc... Overall, a much better version of the game.
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Tass Times in Tonetown

At least the Amiga version is point and click (in a way), but you can still type the commands.
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I think that Czech game Polda would be really nice to play on my 5800, 'cause it's funny game with nice graphics, nice story, nice dialogues and now, it's also freeware.
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I give my vote to DreamWeb, Fable, the whole Tex Murphy Series (especially Under a Killing Moon), Sanitarium and maybe the Runaway series
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lordskylark wrote:I'd really like to see the MAC version of Return to Zork supported -- 640x480 resolution as opposed to 320x200, SVGA instead of VGA, TONS OF MPEG video, more animations, etc... Overall, a much better version of the game.
What? Is the whole game in higher res? As in the graphic resources? Or is it just rendered in higher res and only things like the cursor and stuff are higher res?
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