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  • ScummVM 2.0 Release Testing Has Begun

    One of the senior items of homebrew software that is on more consoles and systems that you can imagine but its birthplace belongs on the PC is getting a rather big new release soon, heres the exciting news:

    The day has finally arrived to wrap up the current ScummVM release cycle! ScummVM 2.0 is one of our biggest new releases to date and adds support for 23 games:

    • Cranston Manor
    • Full Pipe
    • Gabriel Knight
    • Gabriel Knight 2
    • King's Quest VII
    • King's Questions
    • Leisure Suit Larry 6 (hi-res)
    • Leisure Suit Larry 7
    • Lighthouse
    • Mixed-Up Mother Goose Deluxe
    • Phantasmagoria
    • Phantasmagoria 2
    • Plumbers Don't Wear Ties
    • Police Quest 4
    • RAMA
    • Riven: The Sequel to Myst
    • Shivers
    • Space Quest 6
    • Starship Titanic
    • The Dark Crystal
    • Time Zone
    • Torin's Passage
    • Ulysses and the Golden Fleece

    This release also includes significant new enhancements and bug fixes across many engines, so go ahead and play through an old classic youíve been missing even if itís not on this list!
    Grab a daily build of ScummVM for testing, and make sure to follow our guidelines for release testing. Windows users, please use a Kirben daily build instead of a Buildbot daily build. Report any bugs you encounter to our bug tracker, and once youíve finished a playthrough, fill out our test results form. You can track testing progress on the wiki as it happens.

    more info --> http://www.scummvm.org/news/20171122/
    This article was originally published in forum thread: ScummVM 2.0 Release Testing Has Begun started by wraggster View original post