WNivek says: Originally released in 1989, this was Revolution Software's first adventure game, and the first game to use their 'Virtual Theater' engine.
WNivek says: Revolution Software actually gave the ScummVM team the BASS source code, and declared the game freeware. An excellent title, and an unbeatable price: Free
WNivek says: Odd that GOG doesn't seem to also carry the original Broken Sword. In any case, both are great adventure games on Revolution Software's Virtual Theater engine.
WNivek says: A handful of excellent puzzle games released by Coktel Vision in their own engine, which was also used for Ween: The Prophecy, Bargon Attack, Lost In Time, and Woodruff And The Schnibble.
WNivek says: A first-person horror adventure game from Horrorsoft, who would later go on to become Adventure Soft. This is the first appearance of what would become the AGOS game engine.
WNivek says: Waxworks is sometimes erroneously called Elvira 3, as it followed the releases of Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, and Elvira II: Jaws of Cerberus, and shared their AGOS engine.
WNivek says: Adventure Soft's jump into more family-friendly fare, Simon the Sorcerer combines point-and-click puzzle solving with a keen sense of humor, emphasized by the voice-work of comic actor Chris Barrie.
WNivek says: Sequel to the above. Suffers a little from the absence of Chris Barrie, but still amusing.
WNivek says: Probably the most recent game to be created under AGOS engine, this game featured enough voice-acting and full-motion video to require distribution on multiple CD-ROMs.
WNivek says: Sierra's older AGI (Adventure Game Interpreter) games have been supported in ScummVM since they integrated with Sarien.
WNivek says: Somewhat more recently, ScummVM has merged with FreeSCI to begin supportting games written for the Sierra Creative Interpretor.
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