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{{Infobox Game
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|title=Loom
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|id=76
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|image=[[Image:GAME_Loom_Title.png|320px]]
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|caption=Title Screen
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|developer=Lucasfilm Games
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|publisher=Lucasfilm Games
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|released=1990
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|version=[[Version0.74|0.74]]
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|status=Supported
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|executable=
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|setup=}}
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'''Loom''' is a graphical adventure game.
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== Making it work ==
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Loom is supported by [[TOOLS:ScummVM|ScummVM]] which may be preferable to emulating through DOSBox. ScummVM needs a folder containing the *.LFL files and the file DISK01.LEC copied from the disc.
 
Loom is supported by [[TOOLS:ScummVM|ScummVM]] which may be preferable to emulating through DOSBox. ScummVM needs a folder containing the *.LFL files and the file DISK01.LEC copied from the disc.
  
 
The CD-ROM version uses redbook audio for music. ScummVM can play *.ogg files extracted from the disc tracks as described in its documentation.
 
The CD-ROM version uses redbook audio for music. ScummVM can play *.ogg files extracted from the disc tracks as described in its documentation.
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If you require support for general issues, see the [[Performance|performance guide]] and [[DOSBox_FAQ|FAQ]].
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/loom Loom] at MobyGames
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[[Category:Adventure games]]

Latest revision as of 14:44, 27 December 2012

Loom
GAME Loom Title.png
Title Screen
Developer Lucasfilm Games
Publisher Lucasfilm Games
Released 1990
Status Supported
Tested on 0.74
Tested game version Unknown
Links Compatibility List
Commands
Executable
Installer N/A
Setup
DOS Extender
DOS4GW.EXE Unknown
Works with DOS32A N/A

Loom is a graphical adventure game.

Making it work

Loom is supported by ScummVM which may be preferable to emulating through DOSBox. ScummVM needs a folder containing the *.LFL files and the file DISK01.LEC copied from the disc.

The CD-ROM version uses redbook audio for music. ScummVM can play *.ogg files extracted from the disc tracks as described in its documentation.

If you require support for general issues, see the performance guide and FAQ.

External links