ScummVM

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ground, Jun 29, 2007.

Jun 29, 2007

ScummVM by ground at 6:33 PM (896 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. ground
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    Member ground GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    (sorry if this is in the wrong topic)
    +I wan't to play sam and max hit the road on my R4, but it won't start.
    can anybody tell me what i must do?
    i have 3 files now:
    monster.SO3
    sammnmax.001
    sammnmax.000

    what msut i do then (i need the a version of scumm)
     
  2. StealthSoul

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    This should answer all your questions

    http://scummvm.drunkencoders.com/

    You can find the download there, just download it put it on the ds (make sure you DLDI patch it, its writted there on that link how to) and then you click Add Game, locate to the folder sam and max is on and add it to ur games list, click it and start the game.. This is just basic go on that link for full details on how to play !

    Have fun playing sam and max hit the road when you get it working, its a great game
     
  3. ground
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    i had looked at that sit,but the.nds file did'nt find san&max ive tried a .zip and a single map......

    ok i've got this work now [​IMG] i must have special files for scummv, i've picked always de dos installer
     
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    What is this about re-encoding the audiofiles so that they work, but then I still heard about lags for the system during audio-heavy portions?

    On a sidenote, how about porting the SCI (I think that was what it was called) engine that Sierra used in the late 80's and 90's for their adventure games. Police Quest, Leisure Suit Larry, Space Quest, King's Quest, and most importantly Quest for Glory... wowsers!
     

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