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Old 22 August 2002, 12:52   #1
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ScummVM???

Is this for real?? http://www.muenster.de/~tomjoad/scummvm.html
Does this mean that all I need to do is install this program, copy the PC version of Day of the Tentacle and I will be able to play it on the Amiga?
It says 'no special requirements' but I'm sceptic.. will it work ok on my A1200/68020 10MB RAM?
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Old 22 August 2002, 13:43   #2
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It's for real alright

You should be able to play the games on your A1200.
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No, it will not work because it's a MorphOS version (an OS for ppc amigas and pegasos computer)
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Old 22 August 2002, 13:59   #4
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Yes, your right that particular version will not work, but the Amiga version will

http://www.sebelinteractive.de/scummvm/
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And it works really great on my A1200 030/50 Mhz Even Speech Output when playing Day of the Tentacle
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However I seriously doubt DOTT will run ok on a 14 MHz machine.
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Old 23 August 2002, 12:47   #7
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However I seriously doubt DOTT will run ok on a 14 MHz machine.
Well, it´s not THAT amazing fast, but playable
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You're talking about your machine right? The 50MHz one?
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Nope, I´m talking about a plain, unexpanded A1200 with an EC020 and 14 Mhz. !
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What is the best version to use in a A1200 with a Aca1233n/40mhz that makes me run Scummvm and Day of the Tentacle?

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What is the best version to use in a A1200 with a Aca1233n/40mhz that makes me run Scummvm and Day of the Tentacle?

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Look for the DamienD preinstalled package in the FTP site.
It should work flawlessly on your configuration.
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