This program is derived from SCUMM Explorer and it works like a classic media player to play LucasArts games music. While it plays, you also get images from the game location related to the music that you hear. From the File menu, you can save midi files out of the converted music data.
As usual, you have to feed this tool with the original data files from the games.
Music formats supported are the same of SCUMM Explorer – only Mac music is fully supported for older games. Sorry, no MT-32 emulation yet. Even though the initial idea was more general purpose. Anyway, there’s still time to do that in the future.
SCUMM Midi Player 1.0 for Mac
SCUMM Midi Player 1.0 for Windows
SCUMM Explorer is a program that I made to display and extract data from Lucasarts games. It can display images, play sound, music, disassemble scripts…
Read it all and download your free copy HERE…
This is an old version of the popular ScummVM engine. At the time I made this, I was working as a Macintosh porter for this project, and I also fixed a number of bugs that surfaced in the Macintosh version mostly due to its big-endianess.
Back to 2002, again. That’s the SCUMM engine from Fate of Atlantis 1.5 modified to work with Monkey Island 2. It fixes some minor music bugs from version 1.0 and it’s recommended for Power Macintosh. It also has major improvements in the interpreter engine and a better sound handling.
Usage – Launch the “Monkey Island 2 Updater” program and select your copy of the LeChuck’s Revenge application. Both 1.0 and 1.2 versions are supported, but for the patch to work you will need to copy your Monkey 2 folder on an unlocked disk (such as your hard disk). Once succesfully applied, double click on the LeChuck’s Revenge v.1.5.1 icon to start game. If you get a “Invalid Saved Game (23,22)” error when trying to load a saved game, this is an indication that you will need to launch the game from the new LeChuck’s Revenge v1.5.1 icon.
This is another fix for a SCUMM game that I made in 2003. It is a patched version of the Loom application that lets you play this game on Power Macintosh.
Usage – “Drag the application “Loom™ PPC” into your Loom™ game folder so that you can use it instead of the original unworking version. Remember to set your monitor’s color depth to 256 colours before playing.”
Known Bugs: Characters appear in wrong colours when using MacOS 8.1 or an older system version.
I made this thing in 2003. It is a patched version of the Indy application that lets you play this game on Power Macintosh.
Drag the application “Indy™ PPC” into your Indy™ game folder so that you can use it instead of the original unworking version. Remember to set your monitor’s color depth to 256 colours before playing.
Known Bugs: Characters appear in wrong colours and inventory item names looks corrupted when using MacOS 8.1 or an older system version.