Sarien is a portable Sierra AGI resource interpreter engine that allows you to play Sierra On-Line AGI version 2 and version 3 games (such as Space Quest 1 and 2, and Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards) natively in Linux, Solaris, Windows, and other platforms.
|Tags||Games/Entertainment Software Development Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||Windows MS-DOS Windows POSIX BeOS Mac OS X|
Release Notes: Sound support has been implemented, and more input modes have been added. There is now a "built-in" default game (Time Quest).
Release Notes: Improved usability with error dialogues. The ability to enter age has been implemented (useful for Leisure suit Larry). This version has been rebased against the latest Cibyl release, and the code restructured to reduce the differences compared to the Sarien trunk.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: A hi-res mode, use of Amiga colors in the pallete instead of PC EGA colors, support to the noise channel in the sound drivers, new AGI commands add.to.pic, set.pri.base, get.num, and echo.line, a fix for adj.ego.move.to.x.y, mouse support in the X11, SDL, Win32, and Photon drivers, new support for MacOS X, Amiga, and PocketPC, and several new game IDs.
Release Notes: The ports to MacOS X Cocoa, to AmigaOS in full-screen and windowed modes with AHI sound, and to WinCE PocketPC have been merged to the main tree. Noise sound channel and invisible ego signaling have been implemented. Bugs in the AGI commands get.num and configure.screen have been fixed.