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{{EngineDescription|
 
{{EngineDescription|
 
         name=Cine|
 
         name=Cine|
         developer=[[User:aquadran|aquadran]], [[User:sev|sev]], [[User:cyx|cyx]]|
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         developer=[[User:aquadran|aquadran]], [[User:sev|sev]], [[User:cyx|cyx]],<br />[[User:yazoo|yaz0r]]|
 
         companies=[[Delphine Software]]|
 
         companies=[[Delphine Software]]|
         usedBy=[[Future Wars]], <br />[[Operation Stealth]]|
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         usedBy=[[Future Wars]],<br />[[Operation Stealth]]|
 
         dateAdded=February 22, 2006|
 
         dateAdded=February 22, 2006|
 
         release=0.10.0|
 
         release=0.10.0|

Revision as of 04:05, 17 March 2008

Cine
Engine developer aquadran, sev, cyx,
yaz0r
Companies that used it Delphine Software
Games that use it Future Wars,
Operation Stealth
Date added to ScummVM February 22, 2006
First release containing it 0.10.0


Status

  • Future Wars is completable, Operation Stealth is not.
  • Cruise for a Corpse is not supported by cinE, but by cruisE, an independent engine.
  • When playing the PC versions under ScummVM, only the Adlib instruments are used for the music, but MT-32 and PC Speaker instruments are also available in the resources.

Notes

Future Wars used the first version of the engine, called Cinématique.

For Operation Stealth, the engine was slightly modified (some new opcodes and new files were introduced), this was the first evolution of the engine (Cinématique Évolution 1).

For Cruise for a Corpse, the engine has been largely modified and didn't have much in common with the initial version (only the resource loading/unpacking and music/sound routines have been re-used). This was the second evolution of the engine (Cinématique Évolution 2).

Resources

 

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