DREAMM conquers new worlds, supports more games 23 Jun, 2023 / 2 comments

Sure, by being someone who is “with it” and therefore a confirmed reader of the forums, you’re about to be told redundant information, but a new version of DREAMM always has to hit the broadsheets. Here is Aaron with the rundown of your newest testing mission, DREAMM 2.1 Beta:

I've started testing beta releases of DREAMM 2.1. Grab the latest version here:

New games supported:

  • Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures
  • Mortimer and the Riddles of the Medallion
  • Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
  • Star Wars: Yoda Stories
  • Outlaws
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith
  • Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
  • Windows versions of: Afterlife, X-Wing, TIE Fighter

Major new features (documented in more detail at the link above):

  • Linux support
  • Portable mode -- put DREAMM and all your games/settings on a USB stick and take it with you!
  • Standalone mode -- two ways to launch DREAMM directly into a game!
  • Built-in OPL MIDI synthesizer -- because Linux needs a default synth, and who doesn't love the soothing FM sounds?
  • Command-line installation -- drag & drop is cool, but command lines are for true old skoolers!
  • Telemetry (yes, you can opt out) -- help me know when DREAMM crashes or encounters a previously-unknown version of a game!

Source: Aaron Giles



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    gdeligne on 27 Jun, 2023, 21:24…
    These are some very good news! Being able to run on linux arm64 makes the LucasArts library available on so many more devices including the Nintendo Switch running L4T Ubuntu. Thank you!
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    Thrik on 24 Jun, 2023, 21:26…
    Outlaws! Linux! Wow!

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