pfrostie at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 13 06:34:02 CST 2002
if i read the site correctly you may be able to run it on dosemu.
* MS-DOS 5.00 or higher, Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000 or XP
On Sunday 15 December 2002 16:35, Mox wrote:
> I found these remakes of old Sierra games at
> They run on an windows adventure game
> engine AGS found at http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk
> Due to the engine author's reclutance for helping linux people, the only
> solutions seems to be using wine to get these ancient-but-excellent games
> So far they have made King's Quest 1 VGA and King's Quest 2 VGA.
> Unfortunately I haven't been able to get either of them running with wine.
> The games install just fine (with GUI installer) and I'm able to get to
> the launcher menu, but:
> running either setup (kqvga.exe --setup) or the game (kqvga.exe) just
> returns (no any "fixme" errors):
> wine: can't exec 'KQVGA.exe': error=21
> running setup goes fine, but running the game shows couple of directx
> -related errors and while I am able to (eventually) get to the main menu
> of the game, I can not use mouse (hence cannot proceed).
> Especially with KQ2 it seems that it would only need a little bit of work
> to get going. Anyone care to try out and tell me if successful?
> (oh, I'm using wine-cvs-opengl-121502-1 -rpm)
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