Future Wars

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Future Wars
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First release 1989
Also known as Time Travelers: The Menace
Developed by Delphine Software
Published by Interplay, Palace Software,
U.S. Gold
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Amiga, Atari ST, DOS
Resolution 320x200, 16 colors
Engine Cine
Support Since ScummVM 0.10.0
Available for
Purchase
No

Future Wars (orig. Les Voyageurs du Temps: la Menace), is the first game to use Delphine Software's Cinématique evo1 engine. In this game, a window washer finds himself caught in the middle of a war between two alien races. He has to travel through time in order to keep the aliens from destroying each other, and he also must save a kidnapped princess in the process.

There is an official soundtrack for the game which was supplied on the cover CD of the French magazine Generation 4. It consists solely of Red Book audio.

Also there was a CD-ROM release of this game in US. Some unconfirmed information on it can be found here. According to Marik Meytin from that thread, the game was published by Sony on CD-ROM in the United States. It only takes up between 1.4 and 1.5 megabytes of the CD-ROM and includes a playable demo of Lexigraph.

Installation

Required data files

For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.

Amiga

  • *.dat
  • *.prc
  • aliens
  • escalator
  • PART*
  • superfutur

Amiga Demo

  • *.dat
  • *.PRC
  • DEMO

Atari ST

  • *.DAT
  • *.PRC
  • ALIENS
  • ESCAL
  • SFUTUR
  • PART*

DOS

  • *.DAT
  • *.PAL
  • *.PRC
  • BASESON.SND
  • PART*

Default controls

To change these controls and others, use the Keymaps tab in the global or game-specific settings. For more information, see the user documentation

Hotkey Description
F1 Examine
F2 Take
F3 Inventory
F4 Use
F5 Activate
F6 Speak
F9 Shows "Activate" menu
F10 Shows "Use" menu
Escape Shows the command menu

External links