Grim X
Grim X
0.3

0.0

Grim X free download for Mac

Grim X

0.3
02 July 2006

Graphical frontend for Residual/Grim Fandango.

Overview

Grim X is a graphical frontend for Residual that runs the popular PC Game Grim Fandango on Mac OS X.

What's new in Grim X

Version 0.3:
  • Universal binaries of Grim X and Residual
  • Error message when trying to launch the game with wrong gamepath in the .residualrc config file
  • Grim X remembers last settings
  • New About Panel
  • LogWindow is ordered to front if LogLevel other than none is selected
  • Open Panel for selecting path to Game Data files
  • Added Source code comments ;)
  • A copy of the GPL comes with the XCode project now

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1 Grim X Reviews

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reefdog
03 July 2006

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I'm bust-a-nut happy that this is finally seeing the light of day. However, it should be noted strongly that this is based on the current "early alpha" build of Residual, and as such you should expect rocky sailing. (Tip: Don't press space bar while playing! It seems to hang the app.) Performance is clunky on my PowerBook G4 (1.5Ghz, 1.5GB RAM), netting around 8-10fps during movement. Dialogue trees and pre-rendered scenes are smooth, but all the "playing" bits are rough. I only tooled around the office for a bit, so I'm not making this an official review. Download it at your own risk and only to get a taste of what's to [hopefully] come, but it is darn nice to finally see what the ScummVM guys have been working on all this time.
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Version 0.3
reefdog
03 July 2006
I'm bust-a-nut happy that this is finally seeing the light of day. However, it should be noted strongly that this is based on the current "early alpha" build of Residual, and as such you should expect rocky sailing. (Tip: Don't press space bar while playing! It seems to hang the app.) Performance is clunky on my PowerBook G4 (1.5Ghz, 1.5GB RAM), netting around 8-10fps during movement. Dialogue trees and pre-rendered scenes are smooth, but all the "playing" bits are rough. I only tooled around the office for a bit, so I'm not making this an official review. Download it at your own risk and only to get a taste of what's to [hopefully] come, but it is darn nice to finally see what the ScummVM guys have been working on all this time.
Like (1)
Version 0.3