Release Notes: With this release, more games are supported: Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos (based on the same engine as Kyrandia), the kids' game Blue's Birthday Adventure, and the science fiction game Ringworld: Revenge of the Patriarch. On top of that, practically all supported Sierra SCI games now have their Amiga versions working. You will notice PC speaker support in Monkey Island 2 and Indiana Jones 4, CMS support in Loom, Monkey Island 1 and Indiana Jones 3, fixed MIDI in the DOS versions of the Elvira series, and even sound in Winnie the Pooh in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Release Notes: This release is truly feature-rich. In particular, support was introduced for a new platform, WebOS, and a set of new games was added: Urban Runner, Playtoons, Toonstruck, Hugo series, Living Books, and Backyard Baseball. The SCI engine was improved, so Amiga and some Macintosh versions of the games are supported now too. Many of the ports received improvements, and a number of bugs have been fixed in practically every engine.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release and is intended to fix several important bugs since 1.2.0. In particular, Hungarian and Brazilian translations of the GUI were added, and bugs were fixed for the Cruise, Groovie, and Lure engines.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Sierra SCI games, including King's Quest I-VI, Larry up to 6 (low-res 6 only), Police Quest 1-3, Quest for Glory I-III, Space Quest I-V, and many more. Also new is support for the Coktel Vision game "Fascination". Several new ports for Android, Dingux, Caanoo, and OpenPandora were added. Unfortunately, the PalmOS port had to be dropped. The user interface was improved. For example, tooltips were added. Most importantly, one can now localize ScummVM to languages other than English.
Release Notes: This release contains primarily bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for 16-bit graphics, which allows the addition of support for many newer Humongous Entertainment games for kids. It also adds or improves support for the Amiga versions of Monkey Island, Legend of Kyrandia, and Future Wars. There are two completely new engines for the games Dragon History and TeenAgent. A port for the Nintendo 64 game console is available.
Release Notes: This version adds support for 5 completely new games: "The Legend of Kyrandia: Book Two: Hand of Fate", "The Legend of Kyrandia: Book Three: Malcolm's Revenge", "Lost in Time", "The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble", and "Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back". The number of supported platforms grew as well. The PS2 port has been revived, and the GameCube and Wii are now supported too.
Release Notes: Many new games, some new ports, and many other improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds support for a vast number of engines and games, among them all Sierra AGI games like Space Quest I and II, King's Quest I-III, and a ton of fan-made games. Some of the many ports were improved quite nicely, and overall the usual huge number of small fixes, tweaks and improvements were made.
Release Notes: There are many important bugfixes and small improvements. Three additional platforms are now officially supported: Nintendo DS, GP2X, and GP32.