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
- 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