Opened 4 months ago

Closed 4 months ago

Last modified 4 months ago

#11035 closed enhancement (fixed)

Unknown game variant for Cryo Omni3D

Reported by: legluondunet Owned by: criezy
Priority: normal Component: Engine: Cryomni3D
Keywords: unknown-game Cc:
Game: Versailles 1685

Description

Hello, I tried to import "Versailles - Complot à la cour du roi soleil" and I obtained this error message:

The game in 'ScummVM' seems to be an unknown game variant.

Please report the following data to the ScummVM team at https://bugs.scummvm.org/ along with the name of the game you tried to add and its version, language, etc.:

Matched game IDs for the Cryo Omni3D engine: versailles-fr

{"VERSAILL.PGM", 0, "1c992f034f43418a5da2e8ebd0b92620", 598767},

Thank you for your help.

Attachments (1)

versailles-tree.txt (47.2 KB ) - added by legluondunet 4 months ago.

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Change History (9)

comment:1 by criezy, 4 months ago

Can you please confirm which version of the game it is? I assume it is French? Is it the version for DOS or Windows?

comment:2 by legluondunet, 4 months ago

of course:
French/DOS

comment:3 by legluondunet, 4 months ago

I just found a windows installer too so:
French/DOS/Windows

comment:4 by criezy, 4 months ago

We have a detection for a French DOS version from a DOS/Windows hybrid CD that almost matches yours. It has the same hash but the file is bigger (630431 bytes). This might be normal, but before I add your version can you double check that your VERSAILL.PGM file was not truncated during copying/installation?

By the way the detection for the Windows version would be different as it is done on a different file (VERSAILL.EXE, or PROGRAM.Z for the compressed Windows version), and it would be interesting to get the detection for that one as well if you can provide it.

by legluondunet, 4 months ago

Attachment: versailles-tree.txt added

comment:5 by legluondunet, 4 months ago

This CD has a Dos install programm (INSTALL.EXE) and Windows installshield install programm (SETUP.EXE).

The DOS and Windows exe VERSAILL.EXE are the same file, I verified the sum:

# MD5
24a2b88a74a25c997ba5efff59921eab versaill.exe
# SHA1
105dd7751ac3abd16c6241a31e3a35f0b31c22ec versaill.exe
# SHA256
d00dd09d1a1998686f63419af01b3a7e7818ee4c736739eb14e9a07905988a25 versaill.exe
# CRC32
bf350de0 versaill.exe

The VERSAILL.PGM file:

# MD5
24a2b88a74a25c997ba5efff59921eab VERSAILL.PGM
# SHA1
105dd7751ac3abd16c6241a31e3a35f0b31c22ec VERSAILL.PGM
# SHA256
d00dd09d1a1998686f63419af01b3a7e7818ee4c736739eb14e9a07905988a25 VERSAILL.PGM
# CRC32
bf350de0 VERSAILL.PGM

I joined you the tree of the first CD.
Do you need others info?

comment:6 by criezy, 4 months ago

In 8666e956:

Error: Processor CommitTicketReference failed
Unsupported version control system "git": Can't find an appropriate component, maybe the corresponding plugin was not enabled? 

comment:7 by criezy, 4 months ago

Owner: set to criezy
Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

Thank you. I think that is all the information we needed.
I have now added the detection, hopefully with the correct flags.

comment:8 by legluondunet, 4 months ago

it works thanks

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