|Nintendo DS Port|
|Latest Released Version||1.2.1|
|Supported Audio Options||MP3, Uncompressed|
|Additional Webpage(s)||Nintendo DS Port Homepage|
|First Official Version||0.9.1|
|Please note that information on this page may be outdated.|
The Nintendo DS version of ScummVM allows most of the games supported by other versions of ScummVM to run on the Nintendo DS handheld console. As the software is not official or supported by Nintendo, a 'homebrew' device must be used to load ScummVM. Some of the more popular devices are the R4DS and the M3 DS Real.
Using one of these devices, ScummVM DS can run most games at full speed complete with speech, music, and touch screen controls. MP3 compression can be used for talkie games, and ADPCM compression can be used for CD audio.
The ScummVM DS homepage at http://scummvm.drunkencoders.com contains full instructions for this port, as well as the readme_ds.txt file included in ScummVM DS download.
To run ScummVM on your DS you will need an unofficial card reader. Once you have one working you just have to download the ScummVM package for Nintendo DS on the download page, unzip it, and copy the files on your MicroSD card using your PC card reader.
To decrease the memory usage ScummVM for Nintendo DS has been split into several builds. Depending on the game you want to play you will have to select the correct build. Even so, some of the games cannot be run on a Nintendo DS because they require too much memory. You can find the list of supported games and which build you need to use for each one in the readme_ds.txt file present in the ScummVM Nintendo DS package. This information is also available on the Nintendo DS page.
You can find more informations on how to get ScummVM to work on a Nintendo DS on http://scummvm.drunkencoders.com/ which is the official website for the ScummVM Nintendo DS port.
|Game||Status||Supported by build||Notes|
|Maniac Mansion||Fully Working||A|
|Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders||Fully Working||A|
|Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade||Fully Working||A|
|Passport to Adventure||Fully Working||A|
|The Secret of Monkey Island||Fully Working||A|
|Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge||Fully Working||A|
|Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis||Fully Working||A|
|Day of the Tentacle||Fully Working||A||Minor slowdown in a few scenes when music is enabled|
|Sam & Max Hit the Road||Fully Working||A||Major slowdown in a few scenes when music is enabled|
|Bear Stormin'||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Fatty Bear's Fun Pack||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Putt-Putt's Fun Pack||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Putt-Putt Joins the Parade||Fully working||A||DOS version only|
|Beneath a Steel Sky||Fully Working||B|
|Flight of the Amazon Queen||Fully Working||B|
|Gobliins 2||Fully Working||D|
|Goblins 3||Fully Working||D|
|Simon the Sorcerer 1||Fully Working||C||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character|
|Simon the Sorcerer 2||Fully Working||C||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character|
|Elvira 1||Fully working||C||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character|
|Elvira 2||Fully working||C||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character|
|Waxworks||Fully working||C||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character. Amiga version only.|
|Inherit the Earth||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||E|
|The Legend of Kyrandia||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||F|
|Lure of the Temptress||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||G|
|Nippon Safes||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||H|
|Return to Zork||Fully Working||I|
|Leather Goddess of Phobos 2||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||I|
|Cruise for a Corpse||Zoomed view does not follow the speaking character||K|
|Full Throttle||Unsupported||-||DS does not have enough RAM|
|The Dig||Unsupported||-||DS does not have enough RAM|
|The Curse of Monkey Island||Unsupported||-||DS does not have enough RAM|
|I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream||Unsupported||-||DS does not have enough RAM or screen resolution|
Supported Card Readers
All card readers can be used with ScummVM DS as long as they have a working DLDI driver. All newer card readers automatically patch executables with their driver so you don't need to do anything - ScummVM DS will just work without trouble.
If your reader is not one of these, see the DLDI Wiki at http://dldi.drunkencoders.com/index.php?title=Main_Page to download a driver for your card.