To quote: "For anyone that does not have a clue on what ScummVM is, take a look at this site here: scummvm.org. It has a ton of info on what ScummVm is and does. But basically:
ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the games, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed!
A quote from the man himself:
Hi, I am currently working on a ScummVM port for the PS3, much of it already works, but there are still some points which need fixing.The Source is located at lousyphreak's scummvm-ps3 at ps3 - GitHub it builds with the leaked 1.92 SDK, no .pkg yet, it needs to be launched via the homebrew mode of Gaia Manager (the only one i tested it with)
1.) most of it
I have only tried a handful of games, this list is by far not complete.
1.) You will get corrupted palettes in most games (corruption is usually just minor)
2.) Beneath a Steel Sky crashes during the intro
3.) Many scumm games crash when showing the overlay (Start button)
4.) in some games the cursor has no transparent colors
5.) slowdowns may occur
6.) MT32 emu shows problems at least in MI2"
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A homebrew enabled PlayStation 3 console. As of now that mostly means having a custom firmware installed. Obtaining and installing such a software is out of the scope of this document. Sorry, but you’re on your own for that one.
At least one ScummVM supported game. The list of compatible games can be seen here: http://www.scummvm.org/compatibility/
The page http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/Where_to_get_the_games references some places where those games can be bought. Demonstration versions for most of the supported games are downloadable on http://scummvm.org/demos/
An USB drive.
From a computer, download the installable package of the PS3 port from ScummVM’s main site. It should be a .pkg file. Copy it to an USB drive.
After having plugged the USB drive to you PS3, the installation package should appear in the XMB under the “Games > Install Package” menu. Installing it copies ScummVM and its dependencies to your PS3′s hard drive. It also adds the “Games > PlayStation 3 > ScummVM” XMB entry which is to be used to launch ScummVM.
Configuring and playing games
The user manual describes how to add games to ScummVM and launch them : http://wiki.scummvm.org/index.php/User_Manual
PlayStation 3 Specifics
Games can be launched either from an USB drive or from the internal hard drive. The internal hard drive has better performance though.
Savegames are wrote in the /hdd0/game/SCUM12000/saves folder.
Left stick => Mouse
Cross => Left mouse button
Circle => Right mouse button
Triangle => Game menu (F5)
Square => Escape
Start => ScummVM’s in global game menu
Select => Toggle virtual keyboard
L1 => AGI predictive input dialog
Unauthorized distribution of an installable package with non freeware games included is a violation of the copyright law and is as such forbidden.
Building from source
This port of ScummVM to the PS3 is based on SDL. It uses the open source SDK PSL1GHT.
The dependencies needed to build it are :
The toolchain from https://github.com/ps3dev/ps3toolchain
SDL from https://github.com/zeldin/SDL_PSL1GHT
ScummVM from https://github.com/scummvm/scummvm
Once all the dependencies are correctly setup, an installable package can be obtained from source by issuing the following command :
Its working already, the sound output was on hdmi and i listen over opictal -.- and the tv is on mute So i didn't recognized... but its running. Broken sword and full throttle are running too and very very nice Saving is working too. All good now Thanks.
which version of the game do you have? only the dos-cd version has audio. Also if you do have the one with audio, after you start the game, press start go to options and under audio, you'll have to enable voices.