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User Manual/Installing a game for use with ScummVM

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# Then if you want to play the game in another language (Spanish, German, French or Italian) you will also need to download the international pack and put the files together with the English version file (i.e. have all the PACKET.00# and DRASCULA.DAT files in the same directory).
# Finally to play the game with a music score you will need to download the Music Add-on and put the ogg files together with the other game files.
# Then follow the general [[User_ManualUser Manual/Adding and Running a game in ScummVM#Adding games to ScummVM|instructions to add the game in ScummVM]]. If you have installed the international pack, it will ask you in which language you want to play the game when adding it in ScummVM. You can add the game several times with a different language if you want to. The english and spanish versions both have voice over in that language. The other versions will use english voice over with subtitles in the language you selected.
Note: in the Music add-on the ogg files are in an audio directory, if you keep them in that directory you will need to add it in the Game extra path. To do so, after adding the game in ScummVM, select the game in the ScummVM launcher and click on Edit Game. Then go to the Paths tab and in Extra Path add the path to the Music directory in which all the ogg files should be. Alternatively you can move all the ogg files in the same directory where you have the data files (the PACKET.00# files), and it will pick up the music without having to select an extra path.


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