ScummVM DS *Update*

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May 7, 2006

ScummVM DS *Update* by T-hug at 8:29 PM (6,177 Views / 0 Likes) 30 replies

  1. T-hug
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    ScummVMDS v0.6
    [​IMG]
    v0.6 now released! This is a pretty nice update. Has new game support and compatibility with Supercard SC and M3 SD.
    This build includes the following changes:
    - New games supported: Beneath a Steel Sky, Flight of the Amazon Queen, Gobliiins, and Simon the Sorcerer 1/2
    - Added support for Supercard SD and M3 SD.
    - Added new DS Options menu (hit select to use it).
    - Added touchscreen offset options.
    - Added new touchscreen reading code from libnds.
    - Fixed screen size issues in FM-TOWNS games.
    - Moved to the latest ScummVM codebase from their SVN repository.
    - Made on-screen keyboard work anywhere in the game.
    - Fixed build issues to use the ScummVM makefiles.
    - Fixed Sam & Max memory issues.
    - Fixed Loom CD audio problems.


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    Source Taken From Maxconsole
     


  2. SomeGuyGG

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    Old news.
     
  3. apofaz

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    but those games are all so great!!! for me better than anything out nowerdays.
     
  4. meekie

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    So, you mean, like, I can now play Beneath a steel sky on my DS?

    O_O
     
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    hey, was there ever a scummvm rom pack put together? i swear i saw something like that somewhere.
     
  6. spectral

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    What is the whole A and B versions thing in the new version? Is it certain games work in each one?
     
  7. Zorn

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    Beneath a steel sky floppy doesn't work for me. :'(
    (version B on supercard SD)

    @spectral: yes, just like you said.
    There was a list for that in an other scumm thread.
     
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    Well its certainly looking that way! I played through alot of it on PSP Scummvm before I sold it. Was really great. Also played through the Monkey Island games, Indiana Jones and Full Throttle. Not sure if Full Throttle will work on DS tho, will give it a shot.
     
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    bryehn? roms and scummvm? heh I guess youth nowadays thinks every old game was in rom [​IMG]
     
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    Anyone else can't save on M3 (mini) SD?
     
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    Yay! Now I can play Sam and Max where ever I got [​IMG] saves fine on my Supercard SD! [​IMG]
     
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    i'm 29, and yes, i consider it a ROM. Unless it's actually on a little plastic disc, I call it a ROM. May not be correct, but it's an old habit.
     
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    Ahh forgot about that gem, never got too play it much when it came out, can you send me on irc pls DarkLink [​IMG]
     
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    I'm looking forward to playing games using this program when I get my DS. DOS games in general don't look right on Windows XP for some reason. They play well enough, but the screen dimensions are always way off. You end up with the image hidden behind the sides of the monitor and whatnot. Quite bothersome.
     
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    okay! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Read-only_memory#Types_of_ROMs and read at the bottom. If You're 29 I bet You remember those scumm games relased on floppy discs and later on CDs. There was no ROM chips included. [​IMG]
     
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    Now I can play The Dig and DOTT and Full Throtal and ALL THE SCUMM GAMES!! (Man am I glad I saved those from when I was a kid)
     
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    Is the new scumm release comp with ez4 card ?
     
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    Sorry, but The Dig and Full Throttle don't work with it: "There is no support for Full Throttle, The Dig, or The Curse of Monkey Island because of memory issues. There simply is not enough RAM on the DS to run these games. Sorry. Also there is no support for Humongous Entertainment games. The extra code required to make this work uses up enough RAM to stop many of the other games from working."

    Now to play some Maniac Mansion, Maniac Mansion 2: DOTT, and Sam & Max. Even though I've played them oh so many times before, but having the portablity of playing them anywhere is much nicer.
     
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    Hmm this should work if they used the ram in the SCSD/M3 cards as they use ram to hold the games right.. so why not use it as normal ram or some type of swap ram ?
     

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