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Hi all,

Thanks to DanielGD's donation of the Spanish version of Sam & Max Hit the Road! We have put up new Spanish installers for Windows, Mac, and Linux AND we added the manual.

Thanks again, DanielGD for the manual and the Spanish version of Sam & Max Hit the Road! :)
Woah, this is so cool!

Does this apply to other games as well? Meaning, that if we have other language versions, we could just donate them to you guys?
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JudasIscariot: Hi all,

Thanks to DanielGD's donation of the Spanish version of Sam & Max Hit the Road! We have put up new Spanish installers for Windows, Mac, and Linux AND we added the manual.

Thanks again, DanielGD for the manual and the Spanish version of Sam & Max Hit the Road! :)
It's super cool you did this, but I'm kinda surprised & concerned you needed it donated - didn't lucasarts have it in their archives?

Do you have access to the fm towns versions of the lucasarts games? It'd be nice for Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade(cd music) & MI2 Lechuck's Revenge(extra sfx), but they're absolutely vital for Loom and Zak Mckracken when it comes time to do those as they're the best versions by far. Zak gets 256 colour graphics, with a nicer looking interface and redbook audio music. Loom gets most of the VGA graphics of the PC talkie version, but since it doesn't have speech it has full dialogue, close-up character shots and more puzzles (all of which were horrifically truncated/sacrificed for speech in the pc cd-rom version). ScummVM supports all the FM Towns games too.
Post edited November 01, 2014 by ZarkonDrule
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Laserschwert: Woah, this is so cool!

Does this apply to other games as well? Meaning, that if we have other language versions, we could just donate them to you guys?
I'd PM Judas to see what he thinks.
Hmm... I think it'd be really cool if it were possible to see this happen more often so that more and more different "lost" versions of games can be made available to the masses. While I don't speak Spanish, I'm glad to see more options are available to play this classic game - especially considering it's making its first digital distribution debut.