gumby wrote:The music is wonderful. I've never played Freddy, but now I have even less of an excuse (at least to play the demo).
gumby wrote:The on-line play makes it really accessible. So much so that I wish there was a way to do this with all the Sierra games & stay within the licensing agreements.
MusicallyInspired wrote:Actually, the Disk version has tons of exclusives that Josh Mandel put into the game that Al removed for the CD version. Like a unique response for every inventory item cross-interaction and such. Josh loved to write. It was too much to record for the talkie CD version, but it's still a shame that it's missing.
I've seen that with multiple games. Is this due to DOSBox using the speed/cycles 'auto' setting, so the speed is adaptive? The game starts off slow, dumping frames, and then increases to the appropriate speed?Tawmis wrote:Dude, that's pretty amazing. I was concerned, because during the Sierra logo there was a lot of flickering - but once the game started, the flickering ceased. Impressive!
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