The Feeble Files

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The Feeble Files
First release 1997
Also known as Feeble Files
Feeble, FF, TFF
Developed by Adventure Soft
Published by Adventure Soft, Idigicon
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Amiga, Macintosh
Resolution 640x480, 256 colors
Engine AGOS
Support Since ScummVM 0.9.0
Available for

The Feeble Files was the sixth game to use Adventure Soft's AGOS Engine. The game follows Feeble, an alien who creates crop circles on underdeveloped planets for the Ministry of Galactic Uncertainty, as he falls in the middle of a plan to overthrow his government.


Required data files

For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.

Create a game directory containing the following files:


  • gfx folder
  • movies folder
  • sfx folder
  • speech folder
  • audio.wav (Non-English versions)
  • GAME22
  • gfxindex.dat
  • setup


  • movies folder
  • audio.wav (Non-English versions)
  • effects.wav
  • GAME22
  • graphics.vga
  • setup

Some cutscenes are missing from both the Amiga and Macintosh versions of the game. Download "The Feeble Files - Omni TV and epilogue cutscenes for the Amiga and Macintosh versions" from the ScummVM website and place it in the same directory as the other game files.

DOS Demo

  • *.SMK


  • *.SMK (Except DISK1/2/3/4.SMK)
  • *.VGA
  • GAME33 (Polish 2CD version) or GAME22 (All others)
  • save.999
  • Rename voices.wav on CD1 to voices1.wav
  • Rename voices.wav on CD2 to voices2.wav
  • Rename voices.wav on CD3 to voices3.wav (For 4CD release only)
  • Rename voices.wav on CD4 to voices4.wav (For 4CD release only)

Note: Several files are only available after you have run the original installation program and installed Feeble Files to the harddisk. Alternatively, use i5comp to extract the files from the installer.

Default controls

To change these controls, use the Keymaps tab in the global or game-specific settings. For more information, see the user documentation

Hotkey Description
Crtl + Alt + d Starts the debugger
Crtl + f Toggles fast mode on/off
F7 Switches characters
F9 Toggles Hitbox names on/off
s Toggles sound effects on/off
p Pause
t Switches between speech and subtitles
v Switches between subtitles only, and combined speech and subtitles

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