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FreeSCI Update

June 29th, 2004 by Crusader

Despite the recentdemiseof Sierra Entertainment (although thereal original Sierra On-Line that developed the adventure games in question was renamed to Yosemite Entertainmentand died in 1999), the FreeSCI projectcontinues to progress. A new site design for the adventure game interpreter is up, and a gameselection menu will be added:

As announced in the previous news item, FreeSCI now has a game selectionscreen. However, it should be pointed out that the game selection screen isonly available for Glutton (the unstable/experimental) branch at this time; itwill become part of the stable CVS tree shortly.

The Quest for Glory games were among the first PC titles I ever played, so I’mgratified to see the developers continuing to expand FreeSCI’s feature set :)

3 Responses to “FreeSCI Update”

  1. Hohlraum Says:

    [q]The Quest for Glory games were among the first PC titles I ever played, so I’m gratified to see the developers continuing to expand FreeSCI’s feature set :)[/q]

    Same here, Hero’s Quest: So You Want To Be A Hero, came with our Tandy TL/2. I honestly wonder if I’d be working in IT today if it weren’t for that game. Really got me addicted to computers.

  2. blacksheep Says:

    Just to point out to fans of Quest for Glory that AGDI should release soon (maybe not that soon :( ), Quest for Glory II with VGA graphics, speech, mouse’n click interface… and of course… it will work on linux, since AGS is ported to Linux. :)

    Links:
    http://www.agdinteractive.com/
    http://drevil.warpcore.org/ags/

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