The Legend of Kyrandia

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The Legend of Kyrandia: Book One
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First release 1992
Also known as Legend of Kyrandia,
Kyrandia
Developed by Westwood Studios
Published by Westwood Studios
Electronic Arts
Distributed by Electronic Arts
Platforms Amiga, DOS, FM-Towns,
Macintosh, PC-98
Resolution 320x200, 256 colors (DOS,
FM-Towns and Macintosh)
320x200, 32 colors (Amiga)
640x400, 256 colors (Japanese
FM-Towns and PC-98)
640x400, 16 colors
(Japanese PC-98)
Engine Kyra
Support Since ScummVM 0.9.0
Available for
Purchase
Yes

The Legend of Kyrandia: Book One is the first game in the Legend of Kyrandia series. It follows Brandon, an inhabitant of the Kingdom of Kyrandia, as he attempts to free both his grandfather and the kingdom itself from an evil curse. Throughout the game, Brandon learns who caused the curse, as well as the secrets to his own origin. Brandon must find the Kyragem, the mystic stone that can remove the curse, and defeat the man who cursed the kingdom of Kyrandia, the evil jester Malcolm.


Installation

Required data files

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

Create a game directory containing the following files:

DOS Floppy

  • *.ADL
  • *.COL
  • *.CPS
  • *.DAT
  • *.EMC
  • *.FNT
  • *.PAK
  • CREDITS.TXT
  • *.WSA
  • *.XMI
  • kyra.dat

DOS CD

  • *.APK
  • *.CPS
  • *.PAK
  • *.VRM
  • kyra.dat

FM-TOWNS** / PC-98

  • *.PAK
  • kyra.dat

Demo

  • 8FAT.FNT
  • BOTTOM.CPS
  • DEMO1.COL
  • DEMO1.WSA
  • DEMO2.COL
  • DEMO2.WSA
  • DEMO3.COL
  • DEMO3.WSA
  • DEMO4.COL
  • DEMO4.WSA
  • FINAL.CPS
  • INTRO.ADL
  • INTRO.XMI
  • KYRANDIA.WSA
  • START.CPS
  • TOP.CPS
  • WESTWOOD.WSA
  • kyra.dat


Note: To run The Legend of Kyrandia under ScummVM you need the kyra.dat file. The file should already be included in official ScummVM packages. In case ScummVM complains that the file is missing you can find it on the Downloads page of the ScummVM website.

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