The Music Studio, updated
The Music Studio is a music composition software for the Apple IIGS that was first released between the end of 1986 and the beginning of 1987. Armed with nothing more than the original program binary, I decided to make an unofficial update of this program, 35 years after its first release! On the dedicated page,… Read more
TraduSCI 2.4 is out!
Well, it’s been a while since TraduSCI was last updated. SCIaMano, the SCI Message editor that started it all, has been upgraded with the capability of automatic translation, which is done via Google Translate. FotoSCIhop, the SCI Pictures/Views editor, has been completed with the ability to preserve LINK structures, so that the latest SCI games… Read more
SCUMM Midi Player
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,… Read more
UniSCI with source code!
After a while from its birth, the UniSCI tool will finally have the page that it deserves! Hidden in the core of the GK2 DVD installer (and also installers for other SCI games, developed by other contributors to the SCI community) this is one of the smartest pieces of C++ code that I ever made… Read more
A.SCI (assembler for SCI1.1/SCI32)
A.SCI, the first Assembler for the Sierra Creative Interpreter versions 1.1 and 2 (SCI32), entirely written in C++. IMPORTANT NOTE: This is not a compiler; basically, it’s a disassembler with an assembler to reverse the process, which allows for minor changes to games. Use at your own risk! Double check your game after doing deep… Read more
SCUMM Explorer (out of my passion for Monkey Island…)
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… Read more