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Old fashion Lucasarts engine (SCUMM)

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#1 Paladin   Members   

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Posted 28 January 2000 - 03:09 AM

Does anyone know really comprehensive old fashion Adventure game libraries around ? I have seen some COOL engine couple of months ago somewhere, and it supported LOTS of cool things, like CD-drive manipulating, MPEG video, sounds (also 3D), advanced blitting functions (for old fashion "perspective" system... character walks up, and shrinks at same time with same function, without creator having anything to worry about)... I mean, ready made engine, that could be used to create game just by plotting art and loading bitmaps / other functions ? Do you people know any place where I could find archive of freeware engines for whatever - genre ? I have seen engines just time-to-time allwhere, but I have never seen archived site... One site had two RTS engines, ala WarCraft II & C&C.

#2 Akura   Members   

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Posted 28 January 2000 - 08:32 AM

heheh

i was working on something like this (still am,but in as a secondory project) so i dont know when ill finish it, but when (if) i do, ill let u know


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#3 Anonymous Poster_Anonymous Poster_*   Guests   

Posted 28 January 2000 - 01:30 PM

Perhaps I have misunderstood your message, but SCRAMM, http://www.scramm.org is an ambitious freeware SCUMM-stlye adventure game creation program that''s soon to be released. Check it out!




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