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{{GameDescription|
name=LOOM|
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name=Loom|
         image=http://www.scummvm.org/screenshots/scummvm_0_6_4.jpg|
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         image=http://www.scummvm.org/data/screenshots/lec/loom/scummvm_0_6_4.jpg|
 
release=1990|
 
release=1990|
alternateNames=Loom|
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alternateNames=|
publisher=[[LucasArts|Lucasfilm Games]]|
 
 
developer=[[LucasArts|Lucasfilm Games]]|
 
developer=[[LucasArts|Lucasfilm Games]]|
platforms=Amiga, Amiga CDTV,<br/>Apple II, Atari ST, C64, DOS<br/>FM-TOWNS, Macintosh<br/>PC Engine CD|
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publisher=[[LucasArts|Lucasfilm Games]], [[Disney]]|
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platforms=Amiga, Amiga CDTV,<br />Atari ST, DOS<br />FM Towns, Macintosh,<br />PC-Engine/Turbografx CD|
 
engine=[[SCUMM]]|
 
engine=[[SCUMM]]|
support=Since ScummVM 0.2.0
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support=Since ScummVM 0.2.0|
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purchase=[[Where to get the games#LucasArts Games|Yes]]|
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        resolution=320x200, 16 colors (original)<br>or 256 colors (later versions)
 
}}
 
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'''LOOM''' was the fourth game to use the [[SCUMM]] scripting language.  The game follows Bobbin Threadbare as he learns how to use his magical powers through his distaff and as he eventually saves the world from the Lord of Chaos, who was unraveling the Loom (the source of power for the members of the weaver's guild).   
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'''Loom''' was the fourth game to use the [[SCUMM]] scripting language.  The game follows Bobbin Threadbare as he learns how to use his magical powers through his distaff and as he eventually saves the world from the Lord of Chaos, who was unraveling the Loom (the source of power for the members of the weaver's guild).   
  
 
==Game Variants==
 
==Game Variants==
The PC CD version of this was a "talkie version" presented in 256 colors, however unlike most talkie games the speech came from CDDA tracks on the CD.  Due to limitations in lip-syncing at the time, the PC-CD version did not include the scenes where the characters were presented in close-up shots.  The FM-Towns CD version was also presented in 256 colors, however it was not a talkie.  As a result, the close-up shots were present in the FM-Towns versions.
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The DOS CD version of this was a "talkie version" presented in 256 colors, however unlike most talkie games the speech came from CDDA tracks on the CD.  Due to limitations in lip-syncing at the time, the DOS CD version did not include the scenes where the characters were presented in close-up shots.  The FM Towns CD version was also presented in 256 colors, however it was not a talkie.  As a result, the close-up shots were present in the FM Towns versions.
  
The PC floppy EGA version contained only 16 colors.
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The DOS floppy EGA version contained only 16 colors.
 
 
==Data Files==
 
All of the files required for LOOM to run
 
 
 
'''''Amiga, FM-TOWNS&#42;&#42;, Macintosh, PC EGA, PC Demo'''''
 
*&#42;.LFL
 
'''''PC CD&#42;&#42;'''''
 
*DISK01.LEC
 
*&#42;.LFL
 
 
 
==Platform Compatibility==
 
List of platforms where LOOM is known to work / not to work\\
 
Amiga, Atari ST, FM-TOWNS, Macintosh and PC versions supported by this target
 
 
 
{| border="0"
 
|-
 
|Legend:
 
|-
 
|style="background:lightgreen;width:100px"|Completable
 
|-
 
|style="background:#ffff77;width:100px"|Not Completable
 
|-
 
|style="background:#ff7777;width:100px"|Doesn't Work
 
|-
 
|}
 
 
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="2" width=100%
 
|+LOOM Compatibility by Platform
 
|- style="background:silver"
 
|Platform||Status||% Completed
 
|- style="background:lightgreen"
 
|Windows||Completable||95%
 
|- style="background:lightgreen"
 
|Linux||Completable||95%
 
|- style="background:lightgreen"
 
|MacOS||Completable||95%
 
|- style="background:lightgreen"
 
|Dreamcast||Completable||95%
 
|}
 
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOOM Wikipedia article on LOOM]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loom_(video_game) Wikipedia article on Loom]
*[http://www.scummvm.org/screenshots.php?cat1=0&cat2=6&view=-1 Screenshots]
 
  
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[[Category:Supported Games]]
 
[[Category:SCUMM Games]]
 
[[Category:SCUMM Games]]

Latest revision as of 23:33, 7 September 2019

Loom
scummvm_0_6_4.jpg
First release 1990
Also known as
Developed by Lucasfilm Games
Published by Lucasfilm Games, Disney
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Amiga, Amiga CDTV,
Atari ST, DOS
FM Towns, Macintosh,
PC-Engine/Turbografx CD
Resolution 320x200, 16 colors (original)
or 256 colors (later versions)
Engine SCUMM
Support Since ScummVM 0.2.0
Available for
Purchase
Yes

Loom was the fourth game to use the SCUMM scripting language. The game follows Bobbin Threadbare as he learns how to use his magical powers through his distaff and as he eventually saves the world from the Lord of Chaos, who was unraveling the Loom (the source of power for the members of the weaver's guild).

Game Variants

The DOS CD version of this was a "talkie version" presented in 256 colors, however unlike most talkie games the speech came from CDDA tracks on the CD. Due to limitations in lip-syncing at the time, the DOS CD version did not include the scenes where the characters were presented in close-up shots. The FM Towns CD version was also presented in 256 colors, however it was not a talkie. As a result, the close-up shots were present in the FM Towns versions.

The DOS floppy EGA version contained only 16 colors.

External links