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FreeSCI for PocketPC
What is FreeSCI?
"FreeSCI is an interpreter for the (newer) old famous Sierra Adventures. SCI, which Sierra referred to as both the "SCript Interpreter" and the "Sierra Creative Interpreter", is a p-machine style virtual machine for executing platform-independant, object-oriented code. SCI was designed for 16 bit little endian computers, although there were later attempts to create 32 bit versions, LSCI, and SCI32. SCI was exclusively used by Sierra On-Line, Inc., to run its computer game series, with titles like Leisure Suit Larry 2-7, Space Quest 3-6, King's Quest 4-6, Quest for Glory 1-4, and several others."
(taken from the FreeSCI FAQ)

My patch has now been completely merged with the official CVS tree. As promised, the first public binaries are available now.

You will find CVS builds here on a (more-or-less) regular basis.

Please report any PocketPC specific bugs to my forum.

The original FreeSCI site is here.

As this is new, and I have only tested this on an iPAQ 5550, i'd like to know on which devices it runs/runs not.
Please report this and any suggestions or bugs to the FreeSCI for PocketPC forum here.

Download FreeSCI for PocketPC now

The source code can be found at www.freesci.org

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