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(Replaced external link with inter-wiki link, added SAGA games.)
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The [[SAGA]] engine (Scripts for Animated Graphic Adventures) was originally developed by The Dreamers Guild, Inc. in 1993 and partly rewritten for the later games, thus it's split into two separate engines in ScummVM.
The [[SAGA]] engine (Scripts for Animated Graphic Adventures) was originally developed by The Dreamers Guild, Inc. in 1993 and partly rewritten for the later games, thus it's split into two separate engines in ScummVM.


The rights to Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II were later obtained by [[The Wyrmkeep Entertainment]].
The rights to Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II were later obtained by [[The Wyrmkeep Entertainment]], who provided the source code of the original engine to the ScummVM team.


== Games using this engine ==
== Games using this engine ==
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* [[Nick of Time]] (1996) [Unreleased]
* [[Nick of Time]] (1996) [Unreleased]
* [[Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II]] (1997)
* [[Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II]] (1997)
==External links==
* [https://blogs.scummvm.org/ayyg/ a-yyg's GSoC weblog]


[[Category:Engines]]
[[Category:Engines]]

Latest revision as of 01:33, 5 July 2021

SAGA2
Engine developer a-yyg, sev
Companies that used it The Dreamers Guild
Games that use it Dinotopia,
Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II
Date added to ScummVM 2021-06-30
First release containing it None

About

The SAGA engine (Scripts for Animated Graphic Adventures) was originally developed by The Dreamers Guild, Inc. in 1993 and partly rewritten for the later games, thus it's split into two separate engines in ScummVM.

The rights to Halls of the Dead: Faery Tale Adventure II were later obtained by The Wyrmkeep Entertainment, who provided the source code of the original engine to the ScummVM team.

Games using this engine

SAGA was used for these games:

SAGA2 was used for these games:

External links