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Official Test Version
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- If you have a Gamecube memory card plugged into Slot B, eject it prior to starting ScummVM
- The quality/speed of the SD card matters. FAT16 performs better than FAT32 on my cheap SD card.
- The SD card code seems to be buggy. Larger games such as COMI or Broken Sword will only work to some extent.
- The application crashes sometimes when exiting; press Z on your Gamcube pad to jump to the loader again
ScummVM-Wii README ------------------ this is an early test version svn revision 31370 features not compiled in: - the AGI game engine REQUIREMENTS - sd card - gamecube controller in port 1 FEATURES worth mentioning (wii port specific) - GX hardware scaling - usage of the wii's internal sd slot for: loading of runtime and game data game state loading/saving INSTALL - copy the "scummvm" folder to the root of your sd card - copy your demos and/or games onto the same sd card freeware versions: http://scummvm.org/downloads.php#extras demos: http://scummvm.org/demos.php RUN - run scummvm-wii.elf on your wii - if you have a usbgecko in slot b, you have to read the debug messages with a terminal app, or the whole application will hang CONTROLS controls: gamecube pad analog stick: mouse movement a: left mouse button b: right mouse button x: escape y: "." (skip current line of text) z: enter start: f5 (scummvm menu) dpad up: shift (mass add for the gui) dpad left: "0" l+r: quit CHANGELOG - test 2 - screen is only updated if necessary no more flicker on the BASS intro better performance - games with higher screen resolutions are now drawn correctly - fixed some palette bugs