C'est quoi ScummVM ?

ScummVM est un logiciel qui vous permet de jouer certain jeux d'aventures graphiques de type 'point-and-click' (pointer et cliquer), à condition que vous possédiez les fichiers de données du jeu. Le plus astucieux : ScummVM remplace juste les exécutables fournis avec les jeux, vous permettant de jouer sur les systèmes pour lesquels ils n'ont jamais été conçus !

ScummVM supporte de nombreux jeux d'aventure, y compris les jeux LucasArts basés sur le système SCUMM (tel que Monkey Island 1-3, Day of the Tentacle, Sam & Max, ...), de nombreux jeux Sierra utilisant les système AGI ou SCI (tel que King's Quest 1-7, Space Quest 1-6, ...), Discworld 1 et 2, Simon the Sorcerer 1 et 2, Beneath A Steel Sky, Lure of the Temptress, Les chevaliers de Baphomet (Broken Sword I), Les Boucliers de Quetzalcoatl (Broken Sword II), L'amazone queen (Flight of the Amazon Queen), Gobliiins 1-3, Legend of Kyrandia 1-3, un grand nombre de jeux pour enfants de Humongous Entertainment (incluant les jeux Marine Malice et Pouce-Pouce) et bien plus encore.

Vous pouvez trouver la liste complète des jeux supportés et de la qualité du support sur la page de compatibilité. ScummVM est activement dévelopé, donc revenez vérifier cette liste régulièrement. Parmis les platformes supportées, vous pouvez jouer à ces jeux avec ScummVM sur Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Dreamcast, PocketPC, PalmOS, AmigaOS, BeOS, OS/2, PSP, PS2, SymbianOS et bien plus encore...

Vous pouvez faire part de vos commentaires et suggestions sur notre forum (en anglais) et canal IRC, #scummvm on irc.freenode.net (également en anglais). Mais avant de poster veuillez lire notre FAQ.

Vous pouvez aider le projet en exprimant votre excitation sous la forme d'une donation via PayPal. Et si vous savez programmer nous apprécions encore plus les contributions au code source.

Nouvelles récentes
6 mars 2019: Brace yourselves - GSoC 2019 is coming!
Posté par lotharsm

GSoC Logo

A couple of days ago, Google announced the organizations that have been accepted for Google Summer of Code 2019. We are very pleased to announce that ScummVM is one of them, together with our sister project ResidualVM. The Summer of Code is a yearly event organized by Google to encourage students to contribute to open source projects. Open source organizations provide mentors and projects to work on, while Google give some money to participating students. You can find more information on the official web site. We also have some information on our wiki, and in particular project rules that applicants will need to follow.

Are you ready for a great adventure? Do you want to contribute to one of the largest game preservation projects known to mankind? Then ScummVM and ResidualVM are waiting for you! Have a look at our ideas page. Of course, you are also very welcome to bring your own idea! Students have until April 9 to write and submit proposals for the project they want to work on. The accepted proposals will be announced on May 6, and there will be a few weeks for community bonding before the start of the coding period on May 27.

In any case, don't hesitate to chat with us on IRC! #scummvm and #residualvm in the Freenode network are the place to go!

10 déc. 2018: Infrastructure updates... again!
Posté par lotharsm

Over the last couple of days, we moved our downloads to a new mirroring infrastructure. Previously, each and every download was delivered by our main server located in Austria.

Now, our downloads are delivered through MirrorBrain, a download redirection system that allows us to build our own content distribution network. MirrorBrain is already used by many open source projects.

MirrorBrain tries to always select the best mirror based on your location, so you will get the best download speeds possible.

While we already have a few mirrors located in Europe, we are currently looking for people willing to donate some bandwidth and storage located in the US and in other parts of the world. If you want to mirror the ScummVM repository, please contact us via E-Mail at serra@scummvm.org.

If you run into any issues with our new download system, feel free to leave a comment in our forums.

18 nov. 2018: More infrastructure updates
Posté par lotharsm

A few weeks ago, we started improving our website, including (but not limited to) dusting off our forums and our wiki. There's also some stuff going on 'behind the scenes' like improving the way we handle translations for this website.

Over the next couple of days, we are going to roll out a new mirroring system for the downloads we provide in order to allow us to distribute the necessary bandwidth across several servers.

We are almost done with setting up the new system and basically just have to 'flip the switch'. However, it is possible that you might run into issues like broken download links or messages complaining about missing files during the transition period.

We are working hard to keep service interruptions as minimal as possible. Many thanks for your understanding!

24 oct. 2018: Infrastructure updates
Posté par Mataniko

Over the last few days the ScummVM team has been working hard on upgrading our infrastructure. During the process all of the supporting sites have been updated, cleaned up and secured with SSL support.

Due to how DNS propagation works it may take up to 48 hours until you can access the forums and wiki.

If you run into any problems with the Forums, Wiki, Translations, Bug Tracker, or any other website related issues please let us know. For minor issues feel free to post on this thread. For major problems use the bug tracker using the Web component to let us know.

23 oct. 2018: Forums and Wiki maintenance
Posté par Mataniko

Over the next few hours, both the ScummVM Forums and Wiki will be down for maintenance while we do infrastructure work on both sites.

We are working hard to bring them both back as soon as possible, thank you!