Opened 17 years ago

Closed 17 years ago

#3297 closed defect (fixed)

GOB3: Objects Disappear

Reported by: SF/zeek_the_yoshi Owned by: DrMcCoy
Priority: normal Component: Engine: Gob
Version: Keywords:
Cc: Game: Goblins 3


Goblins Quest 3 for the PC build of ScummVM (v0.10.0) used under Windows XP and Windows ME, the game is the Talkie CD version.

Using either the CD in the drive or using the required files (uneditted) from the hard drive, objects disappear after looking at the "screw" object at the beginning of the game and then viewing a cutscene. The cutscene being when Blount (main character) looks at the parachute and fails to get it. Then, if one is to click on any other object, let's say the knotted rope at the top of the screen, Blount would walk to it and would do nothing and the knotted rope would "disappear" for action (cannot click it to use it again, ever, unless ScummVM is restarted).

In short, the bug is that when looking at the screw object and viewing the parachute cutscene on the boat (first level) the game would get screwy.

Ticket imported from: #1749688. Ticket imported from: bugs/3297.

Change History (7)

comment:1 by SF/zeek_the_yoshi, 17 years ago

Summary: Objects DisappearGOB3 Objects Disappear

comment:2 by DrMcCoy, 17 years ago

Owner: set to DrMcCoy

comment:3 by DrMcCoy, 17 years ago

Well, the object doesn't exactly disappear, the animation isn't played/drawn. For example, after using the rope, the hotspot for the parrot is there, although it is not drawn. When clicking that hotspot, Chump suddenly appears.

comment:4 by fingolfin, 17 years ago

Summary: GOB3 Objects DisappearGOB3: Objects Disappear

comment:5 by DrMcCoy, 17 years ago

Could you try again with the latest SVN version / next daily build? It should work now...

comment:6 by SF/zeek_the_yoshi, 17 years ago

Yup, seems to be fixed now. I did screw, parachute and finally tried it on both the knotted rope and golf club without anything going wrong.

comment:7 by DrMcCoy, 17 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed
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