I thought I'd make a small list of of rare SCI games that I can't seem to find or I had a hard time finding (bold games are the ones I already have):|
[center][glow=green,2,300]Rare SCI Games[/glow][/center]
[size=1]This section covers all the little known EGA versions of well known SCI1 games, like King's Quest 5. When Sierra first moved to 256-color VGA games, they probably feared that people with inferior video cards, or not enough memory, wouldn't be able to run those games. So they made an alternative version with the same point-and-click interface, only with 16-color EGA graphics. When they moved to their newer interpreter, SCI1.1, they stopped making a seperate EGA version, and instead shipped the games (or at least some of them) with an EGA high-resolution driver, (called EGA640.DRV) that could dither the 320x240 VGA graphics in 640x480 EGA.[/size]
[size=1]This section covers all the less known CD versions of Sierra games.[/size]
[size=1]This section covers all the rest.[/size]
[size=1]This section covers all the (official) translations.[/size]
If you want to contact me in private about the games you can do so at this address:
sitra *at* myrealbox.com
My own personal list of Sierra games that exist, include these also...|
Castle of Dr. Brain EGA
Castle of Dr. Brain (CD version)
EcoQuest 1 EGA
Leisure Suit Larry 1 (CD version) [Atleast, it's mentioned in the catalogue, never saw it though]
Further on, there are games like KQ7 1.0 (win only) and KQ7 2.0 (dos&win)...
Also, what's LSL6CD like? It's SCI32 isn't it?
This is what the game looks like:|
Ooops, I forgot about the auto-resize thing :P|
These are the old Sierra games i got (some are downloaded off abandonware sites)|
Police Quest 1 (EGA & VGA)
Police Quest 2 (Looking for Security Codes to get into the game, please if you have Police Quest 2 - Please post the codes)
Police Quest 3
Space Quest 1 (EGA & VGA)
Soace Quest 2
Space Quest 3
Space Quest 4
Space Quest 5
Leisure Suit Larry 1 (EGA & VGA)
Leisure Suit Larry 2
Leisure Suit Larry 3
Leisure Suit Larry 5
Leisure Suit Larry 6 (Not the CD version)
Kings Quets 1 (EGA & VGA)
Kings Quest 2
Kings Quest 3
Kings Quest 4
Kings Quest 5 (IS THERE AN EGA VERSION??, if there is then i got the VGA version)
Kings Quest 6
Kings Quest 7
I also got others
I don't know why yopu want to know what old games we got, but hey, i listed most of mine.
P.S. Will SCI Studio VGA be able to edit games like Leisure Suit Larry 6 and Kings Quest 6??
|mr-t||Beserk : This isn't a site to tell people about your warez? we don't want Sierra shutting us down or anything.|
why did he ask what games we go anywayz??
what is warez??
and also there is something wron with the SCI Studio source code, when i try to compile it in Borland C++ 6 (Enterprise) i get 26 errors??
could somebody help me?? (tell me if you can compile it, so that i know if the problem is with Borland C++ 6)
|mr-t||He didn't. Omer was making a list of rare SCI games.|
Yeah - you're right.|
I'm not interested in a list of all the sierra games you have. I'm only interested in games that are considered rare, such as the EGA versions of games (not something like the first AGI version of LSL1, but the EGA version of the SCI Remake).
I will edit my post soon, to add the games that you added.
The purpose is to let people in our community know such rare games exist. for example, until recently, many of us didn't know a game like King's Quest 5 EGA even existed, and the type of it's PIC resources is still not fully understood (unless I'm not updated with the latest breakthroughs).
What do you mean by the dos and dos&win versions of KQ7? is there anything special about it?
|AGI1122||I only have 2 of the rare games, the bilingual SQ3 and the Hoyle Card games.|
theres a Police Quest 3 (EGA)???|
WOW, i never knew.
|AGI1122||Add Hero's Quest to the list, that game is pretty rare.(SCI0).|
You think so? I thought the Quest for Glory 1 SCI0 was rare.. Everywhere I looked I found only the Hero's Quest version, and only when I got the QFG collection, I found the QFG1 SCI0 version...
What do other people think about this? If you don't understand, than we're talking about 1 of the 3 versions that QFG1 comes in:
There's the original Hero's Quest 1 in SCI0, there's a same game with different title called Quest for Glory 1 in SCI0, and there's the VGA remake Quest for Glory 1 in SCI1. The last 2 versions can both be found on the QFG Collection CD.
Do you think that the first version is considered rare?
From your questions I get the feeling that you're confusing the EGA AGI versions with the EGA SCI versions we're talking about. Do you know that difference? For example, you wrote you have "Space Quest 1 (EGA & VGA)". Is your EGA versions a point-n-click version like the VGA one? If your answer is no, than you got the whole thread idea wrong. I suggest you start up a new thread with a question like: "What is the difference between AGI & SCI?" and I'm sure you'll get lots of information from the people here.
Do you mean Hero's Quest or Quest for Glory (that always confuses me)? QfG isn't that rare, and HQ isn't too, but I thought that wasn't from Sierra or even SCI.|
I think Sierra had to rename "Hero's Quest" because there were another game called "Hero's Quest" at that time witch was made by the Bitmap Brothers (or so).|
At that point of view i would not say Sierras "Hero's Quest" is rare because it is just the same as QfG1.
If you got it in the Qfg Collection then they probably changed it so as not to confuse people :D|
Hero's Quest was a game from the makers of Goblins. Sierra made a game called Hero's Quest as well, but later they renamed it to Quest for Glory(for legal reasons).|
The 2 games have the same graphics and story, but Hero's Quest has more humor and such which was taken out when they renamed it to Quest for Glory. Also the intro's look a bit different between the 2.
The Hero's Quest version is rare because it was only sold for about a year then taken off the market and replaced with Quest for Glory 1.
There is other various changes in the intro's graphics between the 2, for instance, in Quest for Glory 1 the Sierra logo is to the left of the intro screen, in Hero's Quest it is in the middle.
The Hero's Quest uses a lower version interpreter as well.
The manual is a bit different as well.
OK - I saw the confusion, and I'm now convinced that it's rare enough to be added to my list :)|
I updated the list...
Well, KQ7, the first edition, was only playable in Windows... The second version was packed with another interpreter, contained many fixes and both playable on DOS and Windows... This is probably not such a great difference, however, it's more than the usual differences between the same Sierra games...|
And regarding the Hero's Quest/Quest for Glory... I think Hero's Quest, being sold for like a year, isn't that rare... I don't know how many copies have been sold, but it's likely that it sold more than the re-release, atleast that's usually the case... I was only aware of Hero's Quest for a long time and there are atleast two versions of it (one being 1.0)... Quest for Glory, due to the re-releases (collections, etc.) also didn't became rare (and perhaps the most popular?)...
But then again, what's the definition of 'rare'?
And what about the versions in other languages (Spanish, German, French, Italian)?
Wow, i haven't even heard of some of these games?|
(Oh yeah...maybe this is off the topic but:
Will SCI Studio VGA be able to view the contents of games like: Kings Quest 6, 7 and Leisure Suit Larry 7??
Are these games made in SCI??)
I own the EGA version of Space Quest 4.
I will post some screenshots within a few days (if you guys are interested of course)
I found a some pages on Myby Games with lots of EGA screenshots from Sierra, so I'd save you the upload. Here they are:
Space Quest 4 EGA:
King's Quest 5 EGA:
Larry 1 Remake EGA:
Space Quest 1 Remake EGA:
BTW - I found & contacted the person who uploaded those screenshots and he has lots of those EGA versions... So they're not extinct and that's great!
OK - I'll add the KQ7 versions to the list.
About the foreign languages versions: It's a greet idea to add those here too. Can you make a short list to start with?
I'm glad you found something new about Sierra games. That was the porpuse of this thread. But can you please ask your off topic questions on a new thread? Thanks man. ;)
Yeah, that 'Servo' guy made almost all of those screenshots... Anyway, about the non-English versions... I think most of the later Sierra SCI1 games are made in other languages, however I'm only aware of Spanish, German, French and Italian versions... And probably there aren't versions in other languages than mentioned... The Russian versions, atleast the ones I saw, were (pretty well done) hacks... I'm aware of the following versions...|
Freddy Pharkas (German, French, Spanish)
King's Quest 5 (French)
King's Quest 6 (German)
Leisure Suit Larry 1 SCI (Spanish)
Leisure Suit Larry 5 (Spanish)
Leisure Suit Larry 6 (French, Spanish)
Leisure Suit Larry 7 (German)
Police Quest 4 (Spanish)
Quest for Glory 3 (French, German, Italian and Spanish)
Space Quest 3 (German, Spanish)
Space Quest 5 (German, French)
BUT... I think the most, atleast the SCI11 versions, are released in all five languages...
There are spanish versions of the following games:
Leisure Suit Larry 1 SCI
Leisure Suit Larry 5
Leisure Suit Larry 6 (Floppy)
Leisure Suit Larry 7
King's Quest 5
King's Quest 6 (Floppy)
Freddy Pharkas (Floppy)
Police Quest 3
Eco Quest 1
Eco Quest 2
Quest for Glory SCI
Quest for Glory 3
Space Quest 1 SCI
Space Quest 4 (Floppy)
Space Quest 5
Gabriel Knight (Floppy)
Castle of Dr. Brain
Island of Dr. Brain
Laura Bow 2
Although there are amateur translations of SQ1AGI, SQ2,SQ3,LSL1AGI,LSL2,LSL3,LSL6CD,Laura Bow 1 and maybe more. There is no spanish version of Police Quest 4 (that i know of).
|HwM||Like I thought, probably all SCI1/SCI11 games are translated (however, not sure about in *every* language)... But if Gabriel Knight was released in Spanish, why not PQ4 and QFG4? I saw somewhere that PQ4 was released in Spanish... Also, is there a non-amateur Spanish SQ3 release?|
Well at the time GK was released, Sierra changed distributor in Spain from Erbe to Coktel Educative, which only translated about 3 or 4 games since...|
Space Quest 3 wasn't definitely translated, but there is about 2 or 3 different amateur translations.
Hey Omer, would you mind going to: http://www.agigames.com/site.php|
and posting your Rare SCI game list there, I will then sticky it. Also be sure to register before you post it that way you update the rare game list when you want to.
If not, can I go ahead and post it myself?
|AGI1122||Alright I stickied it. That basically means it won't fall down the list of topics and will stay at the top of the board forever(until it is unstickied).|
What about Pepper's adventure in time (or something like that)? I once heard it was SCI.|
|HwM||Pepper's Adventures in Time AKA Twisty History isn't rare, just a game that is less popular (like most educational titles)...|
Also, there are Portuguese and Japanese versions of games too (didn't see them yet though)... LSL6 has a German, French, Spanish, Italian & Portuguese version...|
And BTW: some of the foreign versions are bilingual too...
EcoQuest 1 French
EcoQuest 2 French
King's Quest 6 French
Laura Bow 2 French
Police Quest 4 French
Space Quest 4 French
Yeah - I know that some of the version are billingual - those are the most interesting for me! (I LOVE the sq3 german-english version).|
japanese version? that I must see!
I'll soon update the list.
and about pepper: HWM is right there - It is SCI, but not realy rare - just less popular...
If many people here will tell me they never heard of it then i'll add it to the list.
|AGI1122||Well I have heard of it, bet have never seen or played it.|
Then you can go and see it here:|
|HwM||Noticed something... Does anyone has a copy of LSL1 SCI with copy-protection? Why does the 'common' version not include it? (Or maybe it does?)...|
|Omer Mor||I have LSL1 SCI with the (irritating) copy protection enabled...|
Omer Mor wrote:
Never saw it until recently, still wondering why the other release does not have it... It's not like it's cracked or something...
I have two LSL1 VGAs, one original CD, and another on the LSL Greatest Hits CD. I wasn't aware of a version without copy protection. Are you sure yours isn't cracked? I cracked my original copy for debugging purposes with SCI Studio VGA's compiler, and it was a piece of cake (though I never released my patch).|
Do you have an original LSL1 VGA, or is yours downloaded?
|mr-t||So, you're trying to say that SQ3 was translated into spanish the same way Zerowing was translated into english? "Someone set up us the bomb!"|
Mr. T wrote:
No. I don't know what is that Zerowing thing, but I just said that the game doesn't have an official translation. There are a couple of translations made by fans using SCI Studio and some more programs. They aren't much good, though...
Zerowing was translated into English by a sole Japanese dude taking English classes once a week. It ended up something like this :|
Proper Translation : You appear to be preoccupied, gentlemen.
Zerowing : How are you gentlemen!!
Proper : Thanks to the cooperation of the UN forces, we have captured all your bases.
Zerowing : All your base are belong to us!!
Proper : Impossible!
Zerowing : What you say!!
and it goes on...
Mr. T. |
Pleeease... We've been over this... The spanish amateur translations aren't that crappy, since they were made by people whose native language is spanish, so...
My version is a pretty common version around here... It was released by a cracking group called "The Untouchables" (and included a nice lsl intro!) and is the disk version...
But I'm pretty sure it's not cracked... Since the code isn't in the script files! I've done some cracking myself and know that removing the *entire* copy-protection *code* from the game, isn't only very hard, but also totally unnecessary...
BTW: So, the LSL1SCI CD version exists? What's it like?
I now have seen the "EGA" screenshots. Guys, these games are not rare, they are just the Amiga Versions. Since the Amiga 500 had only 32 Colors at maximum when not in half-bright-mode.|
These screenshots are looking familiar to me because i have play Kings Quest 5 and Larry 5 on my Amiga. It was a real torture playing these games without a Harddisk :-)
These Games are not rare ... in my eyes
Uh, I have played those games on the PC (not using WinUAE, or any other Amiga emulator)... And the page containing the screenshots clearly states: "DOS Screenshots" (since Amiga games are also covered)...
So they aren't Amiga versions...
|nio||oh ... sorry! But the gfx are the same.|
|kelmer||Well I've got king's quest V and Space Quest IV EGA (from the KIXX edition), and they're both for PC, and in spanish. So you can add these extra rare things to your list: foreign language editions of each EGA version ;D|
|Omer Mor||kelmer: EGA Spanish versions? :-) are you sure it's an official translation?|
|kelmer||Yes, I got the original ones and they are in spanish.|
|kelmer||Furthermore, the startup disk from King's Quest V was damaged and the distributor replaced it with another disk with a hand-written label reading "King's Quest V EGA, Espa|
|HwM||[attachment deleted by admin]|
(btw - is it hero's quest or quest for glory? ;D)
|AGI1122||I doubt he would be able to tell... unless he can read Japanese. ::)|
|Omer Mor||that was the point.. i was just joking of course :D|
Well... It could be Quest for Glory, since there are 3 words in the titlebar... Probably it isn't a literal translation, though...|
EDIT: About Pepper's Adventure; there's lots of info on Mark Seibert's (Sierra's 'main man' regarding music) page...
I updated the list with all of your additions, and also marked the all international versions that I personally have. I especially like those billingual versions...|
Keep posting information about those rare games! :)
btw - I deleted all the other posts of mine here that contained the list, and now I'll only maintain the list the opens this thread.
|Ramon||Does anyone also care about the matching interpreter versions with each language version? Does anyone have a list of all available interpreters?|
I do have a list of those; however it's just a personal list (not made it public). But a list of *all* interpreters... Well, there are lots and lots of SCI interpreters... Almost every single game has another version... But I have documented a fair share of them though...
|Ramon||I'll start up a new topic tonight with my list so we can expand on that...|
my original intent was to make a public list of all known SCI interpreters, and I started collecting data for this purpose a long time ago. Sadly, it went down the drain, when my friend accidently erased all of my Sierra directory, along with the sierra\interpreters\ directory that I was working on... :(
But - I intend on starting over, and one of the reasons I was so interested in the list of rare SCI games was my interpreters list. I will also use all of the SCI game demos I have. Maybe we should add them to the rare list as well?
One more thing: You can base your list on the one that's already found at the FreeSCI's site:
Errr... Still planning to do so?
|Omer Mor||[attachment deleted by admin]|
|Ramon||Thanks for the file, though|
I updated the list a bit:|
Marked more EGA games that I have now, and added more screenshot links to QfG1 Japanese - Check them out! I really wish I had this game.
Check out this cool Japanese page about QfG1:|
If it helps (and I guess it will :-), you can try this babelfish translation:
From what I understand, this translation was not made for the PC, but for a NEC console called PC-9801. There are several emulators for this console, but I have no idea how we can obtain the game itself.
Anyway - I'm not sure now that the game qualifies for the list, unless it'll include SCI games for other platforms as well... what do you think?
I personally think this game is too rare to be taken out of the list. Who could've imagined a Japanese Quest for Glory? :-)
modified by Nick to fix links
EDIT: I was too late... You beat me...|
Anyway, it's still rare... Just keep it on the list, since probably all Japanese Sierra games are made for those kind of computers (knowing the Japanese computer market)... I could be wrong, however...
|Omer Mor||heheh - I thought you were just tired :P|
|Ramon||I've started a new thread WITH the list included!|
|Ramon||HWM: can you send me your AGI list or post it? I'd like to include that too.|
|HwM||[attachment deleted by admin]|
|Omer Mor||I recently got Hoyle's Volume 3 EGA (Thanks Patrick!) so I updated the list...|
lsl3 - french/english (sci01)
|mr-t||I could translate between Japanese and English if that game is in Hiragana - we are learning it this year in Japanese|
I have no idea if it's Hiragana. just go to the web page and check it out yourself:|
|Pikachu14||The status line is completely in Katakana, Hiragana's "li'l foreign brother". Dunno what it says exactly, but hey?|
Japanese is one hard language to learn :-\
|Pikachu14||I got a nifty little lookup table. If I don't forget to, I might be able to post a translation of the screen shot this weekend.|
still wish i had more than screenshots though ..
|HwM||Errr... "Quest for Glory" and "Score", isn't that obvious?|
|Pikachu14||True. But there's that ... other screenshot of the Character Sheet as well...|
You can add to the list:|
Gabriel Knight 2 (Portuguese version with subtitles)
|Eero R||And Police Quest 1 VGA Spanish...|
Another rare SCI game|
KQ4 AGI came with KQ4 SCI for awhile. A slightly out of date version of this list is at http://l-s-d_studios.tripod.com/omermordebug.htm|
Omer, if you can get in touch with me again, I will update it for the new look website.
I have seen download links (but I can't find them anymore), and I've seen pictures of the game and the box...|
And King's Quest 4 AGI was released, I have it by the way...
Well - I too have KQ4 AGI, but since it's AGI I didn't put it on the list.|
Mr. T - the list you linked is the one that describes the various debug modes in sierra games - what would like me to do for your new look site? I don't think I have any updates this list...
added the russian phantasmagoria...|
What I'm confused about is why Sierra followed this inconsistent release schedule of language versions (French/German/Spanish). For example:|
1. Why was Space Quest 3 (Sci01) only released in German?
2. Why was Police Quest (Sci1) not released in French.
3. Why was Conquest of the Longbow (Sci1) only released in German?
4. Why was Eco Quest 2 (Sci11) not released in German.
5. Why was Larry 6 (Sci32) CD version only released with German texts?
Could it be that previous titles did not sell? Or that some ingame content was tricky for that country. Or that distributors didn't want to sell it? Or or...?
I tried to find info on this on the internet, but it's very hard to come by. I think that someone from France, Canada, Spain, Germany could know best what games were released and which were not and why?
Any light people can shed on this would be greatly appreciated...
|Brian_Provinciano||Does anyone have an actual boxed KQ4 AGI for PC? As far as I knew, the PC AGI version was only distributed as floppy disks, mailed to the purchaser when they purcahsed KQ4 (SCI) but had a computer which couldn't run it.|
|Eero R||I do... There were only minor differences, under requirements there was word "256K" and no mentioning of sound card... Back side had only small differences too. It's actually logical because AGI version was made in case SCI would have big flaws in it, and as far as I know, not every computer had 512K memory those days (I may be wrong here)...|
This earlier post says:
Regarding this, I think it's mainly a distributor issue... Perhaps as you said; because the previous titles didn't sell that well or something...
Also, I don't know how you exactly discovered what got translated and what didn't, but apart from the lack of information (on the 'net) on it, there's also a lot of (IMHO) faulty information (hello Adventureland!)...
Like the fact I'm still not convinced that Police Quest (SCI11) Spanish exists, since I've seen no real evidence... As far as I know, Police Quest was the last AGI2SCI remake Sierra made (SCI11, instead of SCI1 with other remakes, IIRC) and wasn't translated... Furthermore I *believe* the SCI remakes weren't translated to French and German... Which makes sense, since they didn't bring the cash Sierra expected...
|Eero R||Well, I guess the Spanish translation was unofficial... Boxshot doesn't really prove anything, as it could be easily changed.|
i think there are only a few legit non english versions. most of the spanish ones i have seen are scistudio hacks.|
Let's settle this with a little history of the spanish distribution of Sierra On-Line games:|
No Agi games were ever distributed in Spain, hence no agi games were ever officially translated into my language.
Erbe software was born in 1984 as a spanish distributor of multimedia products, centered in videogames (like Nintendo's). They had a golden age linked to the adventure games' one: they signed contracts with the most important and relevant companies of the era, distributing mostly adventure games, and in my opinion, doing very good translations. Almost every adventure game until 1994 was distributed by this company, they had contracts with LucasArts, Infogrames, Sierra; no adventure games were released without a translation.
They distributed LSL1(VGA), LSL5, LSL6, SQ1(VGA), SQ4,SQ5, KQ5, KQ6, QFG3, Police Quest 3 (PQ1 was never translated or distributed, don't know why) among others, with their respective translations. They even released cheap versions which were the EGA only ones of SQ4 or KQ5 and some more (i got this two, kq5 is somewhat damaged). Robin hood, conquest of the longbow wasn't ever distributed either.
Yet, special edition versions of some Sierra games (like SQ4 CD, KQ5CD or LSL6CD) were never released or translated (well, Gabriel Knight CD was). I guess Sierra didn't want to because they thought they wouldn't make much profit. Some of this games were later released under collections or magazines. (I got them all original in their english versions)
But then this company, Erbe, began to have internal and financial problems (which started when one of their buildings catched on fire), and little by little every partner company were leaving it alone with no products to distribute. (LucasArts signed with EA, Sierra with Coktel, Infogrames got its own distributor in Spain) So much that they wen bankrupt around 1998.
Coktel Educative (one of Sierra's subsidiaries) took care of Sierra's products around 1995, and since then they've translated, as far as I know, the following adventure games:
The Last Dinasty (translated, dubbed)
Torin's Passage (text translation only)
Gabriel Knight 3 (texts)
Urban Runner (texts)
The quality of this translations is not as good as those of Erbe's, but can be stood. They left the following games with no translation of any kind (although they did distribute all of them):
Mixed up Mother Goose
Quest for Glory 4
Space Quest 6
Gabriel Knight 2
Quest for glory 5
When the internet area started and SCI and AGI utilities were being made, the following amateur translations were made, existing one to each of the following games:
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel (AGI)
King's Quest I (SCI)
King's Quest IV
Laura Bow: Colonel's Bequest
Space Quest 2
Space Quest 3
The Black Cauldron
Robin Hood: conquests of the longbow
An I think that's all.
Thanks very much kelmer. Now, if we would have someone from France and/or Germany to give us that much detail too, we would we finished!|
Was GK1 CD released with Spanish translation or just plain English version?
Furthermore, some other questions:
The following games I can't find info on if they exist. For each I've explained why I think they are there (or not):
Eco Quest 1 (Talkie) German -> Dont' think this exists, since talkie version never had another language (subtitled!), only GK1 and LSL6 had a german substitled version.
Gabriel Knight 1 (Talkie) and Larry 6 (Talkie) French -> These two had a German subtitled version, but no Spanish one (kelmer).
Eco Quest 2 German -> Makes sense since French and Spanish version are available, just like EQ1, LB2, QFG3, KQ6, SQ5 and FP, which were are released around same time (Dec 1991-Apr 1993)
Police Quest 3 French -> This game was released along KQ5, SQ4, LSL5 (Dec 1990-Aug 1991), they all have French, German, Spanish language. PQ3 has German and Spanish, so I think French too?
Quest for Glory 4 French -> Spanish one does not exist, German one does...
Police Quest 4 Spanish -> Kelmer thinks this one does not exist, other do. PQ4 German and French do exist too.
Any confirmations on my ideas will be helpful.
I've got two GK1 CD versions. |
One of them came with the Gabriel Knight Mysteries pack and its completely in english.
The other one is a different CD version (no windows interpreter, only DOS with vesa support) which came with spanish subtitles.
But it came with a magazine so it's possible they took the files from the floppy version and re-structured them on the resource main pack (there is no evidence though)|
LSL6 CD really wasn't translated into spanish, in fact I made a translation using the method I mention above (took the files from floppy version and used them as patches).
Yeah, I meant LSL6 CD was released with German subtitles, but not with Spanish, so was wondering if one with French exists...
|Farlander||Add russian version of Larry 7, I have it. Since it was released some years ago... it can't be found anywhere! There aren't even any information on Akella's site for LSL7... so add it. And, you post only offical translations or not?|
|Omer Mor||Is it (the russian lsl7) an official release or a hacked one?|
Omer Mor wrote:
Hacked one, but very well (mean: EXCELLENT) translated. Translated just everything (and voices of course) + jokes adapted to russian audience ;D
Anyway. Few days ago SoftClub company finished translating of Torin's Passage game and it's available in stores now. I didn't checked it out yet, but i guess it will be very good. 8)
|Farlander||Lsl7 is not hacked! It is an official translation by Akella!|
Farlander wrote:You wrong. Akella never sold it officially. There is no any info about this game on Akella's website. This is very proof, but still `unofficial official` translation. ;)
|Farlander||There was info somewhere in 96-98 about LSL7 on their site.|