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=== Maemo ===
Connect the device via USB and copy the games files to the device following guidelines from the [[#General Instructions|General Instructions section]] section.
=== Nintendo DS ===
In August 2003, the creators and copyright holders of Beneath a Steel Sky, [[Revolution|Revolution Software]], released the game as freeware for use with ScummVM. You can therefore download the game from our [http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page]. Then follow the [[#General_Instructions|general instructions]].
Starting with ScummVM 0.8.0 you need the additional 'SKY.CPT' file to run Beneath a Steel Sky. This file is distributed with ScummVM on most platforms. If ScummVM complains that it cannot find this file or that it has the wrong version you can download it on the [http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page] of the ScummVM website. You can place it in either the directory containing the other game data files (SKY.DNR, SKY.DSK), in your extrapath, or in the directory where your ScummVM executable resides.
==== Broken Sword 1 ====
=== Other Games ===
==== Flight of the Amazon Queen ====
In March 2004, the creators and copyright holders of Flight of the Amazon Queen, John Passfield and Steve Stamatiadis, released the game as freeware for use with ScummVM. You can therefore download the game from our [httphttps://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page]. Then follow the [[#General_Instructions|general instructions]].
If you have the original CD of the game game and would like to play this version, you will also need the 'queen.tbl' file. This file is distributed with ScummVM on most platforms. If ScummVM complains that it cannot find this file or that it has the wrong version you can download it on the [http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page] of the ScummVM website. You can place it in either the directory containing the 'queen.1' file, in your extrapath, or in the directory where your ScummVM executable resides.
Alternatively you can use the '[[User_Manual/Appendix:_Tools#compress_queen|compress_queen]]' tool from the tools package to 'rebuild' your FOTAQ data file to include the table for that specific version, and thus removing the run-time dependency on the 'queen.tbl' file. This tool also allows you to compress the speech and sound effects with MP3, OGG or FLAC.
==== The Legend of Kyrandia ====
To run The Legend of Kyrandia under ScummVM you need the 'kyra.dat' file. This file is distributed with ScummVM on most platforms. If ScummVM complains that it cannot find this file or that it has the wrong version you can download it on the [http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page] of the ScummVM website. You can place it in either the directory containing the other game data files, in your extrapath, or in the directory where your ScummVM executable resides.
==== Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back ====
In August 2008, the creators and copyright holders of Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back, Alcachofa Soft, released the game as freeware for use with ScummVM. It is available for download from our [httphttps://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page].# You will need to download the English version (even if you want to play it in another language). You will also need the 'DRASCULA.DAT' file. This file is distributed with ScummVM on most platforms. If ScummVM complains that it cannot find this file or that it has the wrong version you can download it on the [http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#extras Downloads page] of the ScummVM website. You can place it in either the directory containing the 'PACKET.001' game data file, in your extrapath, or in the directory where your ScummVM executable resides.
# 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.
The game also uses the following audio track containing the speech. Extract it and compress it as per other games with CD-DA audio, then copy it to the game directory (named as track1.mp3).
==== Blade Runner ====
You need to create a game directory and copy the [[Datafiles#Blade_Runner|required data files]] in there from the four CDs. You may then copy the ''CDFRAMES.DAT'' files from the CDs into the game directory, renaming the files from the first, second, third and fourth CD to ''CDFRAMES1.DAT, CDFRAMES2.DAT, CDFRAMES3.DAT'' and ''CDFRAMES4.DAT'' respectively.
 
'''Alternatively''', you may use the [[User_Manual/Appendix:_Tools#pack_bladerunner|'pack_bladerunner' utility from the tools package]] ''to create a single ''HDFRAMES.DAT'' file from the partial CDFRAMES.DAT files located on the four CDs''; this newly created ''HDFRAMES.DAT'' file should then be copied in the game directory.
 
For '''subtitles support''', you may download the SUBTITLES.MIX file provided by ScummVM and put it in the game directory. Currently, the provided file will work with the English version of the game. However, other localized versions of the subtitles (and the game's user interface) should also be supported. ScummVM offers a semi-automated process to pack a localized transcript from an Excel file (of appropriate structure) into a SUBTITLES.MIX file. This process, along with usage instructions for the ScummVM developer tools involved, is described in detail on a [https://github.com/scummvm/scummvm/tree/master/devtools/create_bladerunner/subtitles ScummVM GitHub page].
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