ScummVM With Flight Of The Amazon Queen For MSWindows [ID:013]

a series of video-tutorials by Ian Ozsvald and Joakim Gândara

ScummVM can take you back to the 80s and 90s, letting you play the older LucasArts point n'click adverture games of old.

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1. Playing FOTAQ using ScummVM

ScummVM enables you to play some of those classic MS-DOS graphic adventure games from back when gameplay was in the driving seat. In this ShowMeDo we demonstrate how to add the excellent and free Flight of the Amazon Queen to ScummVM on Windows XP.There are free versions of Revolution's 1994 title Beneath a Steel Sky and Interactive Binary Illusions' 1995 title Flight of the Amazon Queen availabl [...]

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