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|The Adventure Company
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|Tetraedge, Virtools, Antiryad
|Since ScummVM 2.8.0 (macOS version only)
Syberia II or (Syberia 2) is a 2004 graphic adventure game developed and published by MC2-Microïds. As the direct sequel to 2002's Syberia, it is a third-person puzzle-solving game. Although it is stylistically identical, Syberia II improves upon the first game by introducing more realistic character animation. The game includes a recap of the first chapter, so it does not require the player to have experienced the first game.
(description from Wikipedia)
Required data files
For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.
Only the macOS version of Syberia II is supported. You will need a copy of the
Contents folder from the game as it's installed on macOS.
Detecting Previously Installed Game
To detect from an installed copy of the game (eg, in
/Applications/Syberia 2.app), from the ScummVM "Add Game" dialog navigate to where it is installed, double click on the application, and choose the
Contents directory from inside the app.
The easiest way to get the data is to install the app from Steam and open the data in ScummVM. To find the install path of the app from Steam, right-click and select
Manage -> Browse local files
Steam Windows or Linux:
You can download the macOS game data files from the Windows or Linux Steam client following Download for other OS from Steam HOWTO. Use ostype of macos and bitness of 32
You can also download the "offline installer" package from GOG an extract it directly.
Extracting on MacOS:
Extract the contents using
pkgutil --expand syberia_2_en_1_0_0_gog_15710.pkg syberia
Contents folder will be extracted in
Extracting on Other Platforms:
You can use unar and tar to extract the offline installer package:
unar syberia_2_en_1_0_0_gog_15710.pkg mv syberia/package.pkg/Scripts syberia.cpio.gz unar syberia.cpio.gz
Syberia uses different engines depending on the platform. The original Windows version uses the Virtools engine, created Dassault Systèmes. However, the macOS and DS versions use an engine known as Tetraedge Engine - from Tetraedge games.