Mixed-Up Mother Goose
|Mixed-Up Mother Goose|
|Also known as||Mother Goose|
|Platforms||MS-DOS, Tandy 1000|
Mac, Apple II
Apple IIGS, Amiga
Atari ST, PCjr
|Resolution||AGI: 320x200, 16 colors|
SCI (“Enhanced”): 320x200, 2/4/16/256 colors
SCI (“Deluxe”): 640x480, 256 colors
|Support||AGI: Since ScummVM 0.10.0.|
SCI (“Enhanced”): Since ScummVM 1.2.0
SCI (“Deluxe”): Since ScummVM 2.0.0
Mixed-Up Mother Goose is the first in a series of two adventure games aimed at children. The player is transported to the dream-like world of Mother Goose, where all of the nursery rhymes have been mixed up. In order to restore the nursery rhymes, characters and items must be brought back to the appropriate places in which they belong.
Required data files - SCI
For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.
WARNING: Unlike other games, SCI games have significant variation in the naming of required files.
They also can load supplementary files by resource maps, so it is recommended to keep all files in the game data directory from the CD.
Unless otherwise specified, do NOT remove any file from the directory, even if it does not appear on the following list, since this will likely cause weird bugs.
Copy all files to the game directory. Some games need additional work:
Floppy games with RESOURCE.p01, p02, etc. and/or RESOURCE.a01, a02, etc. files
- Concatenate all RESOURCE.p0* files to RESOURCE.000 (e.g.
copy /b RESOURCE.p0* RESOURCE.000on Windows, or
cat RESOURCE.p0* > RESOURCE.000on *nix).
- Concatenate all RESOURCE.a0* files to RESOURCE.AUD (e.g.
copy /b RESOURCE.a0* RESOURCE.AUDon Windows, or
cat RESOURCE.a0* > RESOURCE.AUDon *nix).
Required data files - AGI
- *VOL.* (e.g. GRVOL.0, KQ4VOL.11, VOL.1)
- *DIR* (e.g. PQDIR, MH2DIR, DMDIR, DIRS, LOGDIR, PICDIR, SNDDIR, VIEWDIR)
and if available
These files are needed to enable music playback
- *.SYS16 (e.g. KQ.SYS16, LL.SYS16, MG.SYS16, BC.SYS16, SQ2.SYS16)
Predictive input dialog
The Predictive Input Dialog is a ScummVM aid for running AGI engine games (which notoriously require command line input) on devices with limited keyboard support.
For more information, see the AGI/Predictive Dialog wiki page.