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LogicDeLuxe



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Monkey 1 Ultimate Talkie Edition (released) 

Important notice: This is no warez! This is distributed as a patch, so that you need to buy and install the SE first in order to use it. This is a completely non-profit fan project, so I guess, rule 5 doesn't apply here. Plus it is software usable with ScummVM.

The "Classic CD Talkie Project" started over at LucasForums and reached beta status a few days ago.
Its main goal was to implement the SE voice acting into the classic CD version which you can play with DOS or ScummVM.
While at it, I managed to fix quite a lot of bugs, which were present in all those various versions of the game. Along with improvements like MIDI support and the restoration of some jokes missing from the enhanced CD.

If you like to try this, follow the project thread here: http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?p=2744916#post2744916


EDIT: The Ultimate Talkie Edition Builder 1.0 is out now. You can find it on its new home here: http://gratissaugen.de/ultimatetalkies/

Thank you ScummVM for supporting this.


Last edited by LogicDeLuxe on Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:05 pm; edited 2 times in total

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Giantic work, but the patcher is Windows-only Crying or Very sad


Eugene

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LogicDeLuxe



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quote:
Originally posted by sev
Giantic work, but the patcher is Windows-only Crying or Very sad
Unless you know a portable replacement for xWMAEncode.exe (which doesn't even run on Windows 2000), this will unfortunately remain that way.
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Amazing! This is what I have been hoping for for ages! Very Happy

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Red_Breast



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I'm a long time lurker on Mojo. I haven't checked the forums for about a week though. I thought this had died.
There was a thread about this on the ScummVM forums before here

billwashere suggests wine (obviously) but I don't know if it's been proved to work or not.

Edit:
I forgot to say well done (and you even have a todo list!). I was hoping that it would be finished one day. I think I tried an earlier installer from somebody which didn't work for me at all.

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hippy dave



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excellent, i was pretty disappointed when that thread/project seemed to fizzle out a while ago, so am very happy to see that someone's taken up the challenge of finishing it off - thanks! looking forward to trying it out Cool

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V0.7 beta is out, with these bugs fixed and additions:
- Converting CD audio and SE music tracks. (v0.6 beta)
- "Thanks" at Stan with wrong voice. (v0.5 beta)
- Picking up yellow flower not animated. (all versions)
- Yellow petal is green at Stan's (enhanced CD)
- Random swordfighting pirates have all the same colors (enhanced CD)
- Firework colors and lightning effect. (all VGA versions)
- Blue floor color in the kitchen door from the Scumm bar, despite the kitchen has a brown floor. (enhanced CD).
- Beat the swordmaster cheat re-implemented. Cheats are only available in debug mode.
- Safe sound not playing for every move. (ScummVM problem with the SE sound)
- Added sounds for Scumm Bar chef crying, LeChuck punching Guybrush and Stan, grog machine crash and shaking, monkeys eating bananas, monkey head key and monkey bride.
- Added ambient tracks for Melee Town and Monkey Island river.
- Added accentuation differences of right and wrong insult's replies.
- Debug keys on unfeasible combinations. (DOSbox defaults, ScummVM and even native SCUMM V5)

Edit: LucasForums seems unavailable at the moment, thus here is a copy of the download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/bc2iijyktusr0c7/MI1_CD_Talkie_Version_Builder_0.7.zip

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New Version: http://www.mediafire.com/file/i11854818pk355w/MI1_CD_Talkie_Version_Builder_0.8.zip

v0.8 beta:
- The narrator is now available on CTRL-a.
- Talk color for the voodoo lady. (enhanced CD)
- The codewheel query now works as intended. (v0.5 beta)
- Mancomb's missing chair and blue scum. (all VGA versions)
- Cyan pixels in spinning Scumm Bar pirates. (all VGA versions)
- missing sign on the ghost ship deck. (all versions except EGA)
- Various costume regressions. (enhanced CD)
- Shaking animation of grog machine. (enhanced CD)
- LeChuck removing his sheriff costume has a cyan beard for a brief moment. (all VGA versions)
- downward flying LeChuck has flashing hands. (all VGA versions)
- line with missing voice at the Loom guy. (v0.5 beta)
- Lookout dialog. (v0.5 beta)
- Firework colors and lightning effect. (all VGA versions)
- Too bright costume palette in some rooms. (enhanced CD)
- Torch colors in jail. (enhanced CD)
- Lamp in mansion light color. (enhanced CD)
- Colored corner at the sign on the banana tree. (enhanced CD)
- Jolly Roger still visible on the mast after cooking. (all versions)
- Added additional notices for restored jokes to prevent misunderstandings.

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I take it then that the 'Monkey Island Speech Project' was dumped in favor of using the SE voices?

That's disappointing, because I didn't want to have to buy another version for voices...

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It's only $10.

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Leolo



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I've recently seen this blog:

http://lucasartsworkshop.wordpress.com/2009/11/09/secret-of-monkey-island-%E2%80%93-the-deleted-extended-scenes/

And I was wondering: can those deleted scenes be re-activated in scummvm somehow? Do they exist in the actual game files shipped to customers? Or are they present only in the original source code?

Kind regards.

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The Secret of Monkey Island - Ultimate Talkie Edition Project V0.9 beta: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0I4TKF6T

- Ultimate Talkie Edition Project credits added.
- Adlib Soundtrack added.
- FLAC and Ogg Vorbis support for highest quality in ScummVM.
- Removed the panning when talking to Spiffy in closeup modes, since it doesn't serve a purpose here.
- Ram leak when interrupting playing sounds. (v0.6 beta)
- "<ADVERTISEMENT>" broken when stump joke or death joke was presented first. (v0.8 beta)
- Using alt-w causes a script error during the intro sequence. (v0.8 beta)
- Scumm Bar does not scroll after going through all Spiffy dialog. (v0.5 beta)
- Voodoo antiroot crate requires the tools when opening it again. (all versions)
- Voodoo antiroot crate comment "I don't see anything special about it. Except that big glowing voodoo antiroot inside.", even if Guybrush already grabbed it. (all versions)
- Improved cauldron colors in the voodoo shop. (all VGA versions)
- Storekeeper's comment on Guybrush pretending to wait tables. (all versions).
- Estevan's eye colors. Now it looks like a glas eye again. (enhanced CD)
- Estevan's fear eye animation. (all VGA versions)
- Candles at Stan's not animated. (all versions)
- Candles in the Scumm Bar kitchen are now animated as they were in the demo.
- Swordmaster invisible after showing the kidnapper's note. (v0.5 beta)
- More sound tweaking: Jail doors and chests included. And it should run fine in DOS now.
- Some more ambient tracks.
- Punch sound added to Men of Low Moral Fiber.

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This is awesome. So awesome.

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quote:
Originally posted by Leolo
I've recently seen this blog:

http://lucasartsworkshop.wordpress.com/2009/11/09/secret-of-monkey-island-%E2%80%93-the-deleted-extended-scenes/

And I was wondering: can those deleted scenes be re-activated in scummvm somehow? Do they exist in the actual game files shipped to customers? Or are they present only in the original source code?

Kind regards.

very interesting, thanks for the link Smile
the article says that the relevant parts of the source code were commented out, which would almost certainly mean that they don't exist in the shipped game code (i'm not familiar with the original scumm compilers, but that's how compilers work in general).

logicdeluxe, keep up the great work Very Happy i'll be sure to give it a go soon.
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I just stumbled onto this thread, and tried it out with my MI:SE. I'm pleasantly surprised by how well it works, what a brilliant effort! So far I've only tried this in ScummVM with the SE audio, and speech, which works excellent! Kudos to LogicDeluxe Smile Thanks!

Why is this thread in the Junkyard?? It works almost seamlessly within ScummVM itself!

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