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All versions of the game are fully compatible with ScummVM since version 0.9.1. In order to play the Windows version, older ScummVM versions required the Smacker cutscenes to be reencoded using RAD Game Tools and the ScummVM Tools package. However, since ScummVM 0.13.0 this is not necessary anymore.
ScummVM also supports the following non-SCUMM games:
Some of these games are playable with the ScummVM emulator.
In 2011, "Tony Tough" entered the ScummVM project.
When running with ScummVM, these games can be played on different operating systems, including Windows, Mac and Linux. A version of "Dry Cereal" which uses ScummVM was released in 2008 for Nintendo's Wii console.
In July 21, 2014, ScummVM version 1.7.0 was released by the ScummVM project which added support for the Neverhood, allowing to run it on many supported platforms including Linux, OS X, Windows and Android OS.
The digital storefront GOG.com which specializes in selling digital copies of older games, provides support to "ScummVM", and sells titles that include the "ScummVM" engine as part of their distribution.
In December 2008, the ScummVM teams learned that three games for the Wii, console, "Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds", "", and "Spy Fox: Dry Cereal" had used "ScummVM" without proper attribution. The games were published on request of Atari through Majesco Entertainment, who turned to Mistic Software to port the games. Mistic had used "ScummVM" for these, but failed to credit the developers. While the "ScummVM" team contacted gpl-violations.org for legal advice, Nintendo began to investigate the claims as their license agreements prevent the use of open-source software on the Wii, which led Nintendo to question if the reverse engineering used by "ScummVM" was legal and threatened legal action. A settlement was made in 2009, in which "ScummVM" would drop the investigation of the GPL violation, while Mistic was required to sell or destroy all GPL-violating copies of the games, make a donation to the Free Software Foundation, and pay the legal fees.
The following games have support built into the current release of ScummVM.
Various games by Humongous Entertainment use the SCUMM engine, and are therefore playable with ScummVM.
Touché was developed in the "Touché" game engine. It is supported by the ScummVM virtual engine.
In March 2004, the game was released as free software and support for it was added to ScummVM, allowing it to be played on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and many other operating systems and consoles. The datafiles for both the floppy disk and CD-ROM version are available from the ScummVM website. The Fedora RPM software repository has an installer for the game alongside ScummVM. This game is directly included in the Debian software repository.
The MS-DOS version is playable in ScummVM and DOSBox, while the Amiga version runs on UAE.
"ScummVM" has been a participant in the Google Summer of Code every year since 2007 except for 2015. A sister project, "ResidualVM", was started to implement engines for three-dimensional adventure games, such as "Grim Fandango" and "", named as such as these games reflect the residual of those not already covered by "ScummVM".
ScummVM is a reimplementation of the part of the software used to interpret the scripting languages such games used to describe the game world rather than emulating the hardware the games ran on; as such, ScummVM allows the games it supports to be played on platforms other than those for which they were originally released.
"ScummVM" is distributed as open-source software under the "GNU General Public License", enabling anyone to use the emulator as an engine for a game. For example, Revolution Software repackageed their "Broken Sword" games for a DVD release, using the "ScummVM" engine to support modern computers.
The release of the unofficial SCUMM virtual machine, ScummVM, has led to something of a resurgence for LucasArts adventure games among present-day gamers. Using ScummVM, legacy adventure titles can easily be run on modern computers and even more unusual platforms such as video game consoles, mobile phones and PDAs.
Many of the Windows/Mac/DOS Humongous games can be played on platforms such as Linux by using ScummVM, and ScummVM may also work better than Classic emulation mode for users of Mac OS X who have old copies of the game made for earlier versions of Mac OS.
The Dingoo can run emulators: ScummVM, SMS Plus, Gmuplayer, FinalBurn Alpha, Gnuboy, GpSP, MAME, PSX4ALL, Snes9x, PicoDrive, openMSX, GP2Xpectrum, FCEUX and VICE.
With increased attention, "ScummVM" has entered into favorable agreements with adventure game developers to help bring their titles into the engine, or in some cases, being given source code and other assets to work from. Notably, Revolution Software helped the developers with source code and technical advice for their games, and once "ScummVM" supported their engine, they released "Lure of the Temptress" and "Beneath a Steel Sky" as freeware and provided assets from its first two "Broken Sword" games in an open media format. The renewed interest in these games from younger players enabled Revolution to work on two more "Broken Sword" games. Other developers that have worked closely with "ScummVM" include: