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ScummVM emulator is the most popular and effective classic adventure game emulator on desktop platforms like Windows, Linux or Mac, which has now arrived to Android operating systems, bringing its users all that old magic from the nineties.

This application is not a game in itself, but instead allows its users to play lots of old adventure games like Broken Sword, Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and Atlantis, Flight of the Amazon Queen and The Day Tentacle, among many others.

All you have to do is download the file, which is the emulator itself, and then download the appropriate plugin for the game you want to play, and finally, add the game data (which you must already own legitimately).

ScummVM is an essential tool for any fan of nineties adventure games, it gives you the opportunity to enjoy them directly on your mobile phone, just as long as you bought them at the time.
By Andrew Lamont
How to set up ScummVM on Android

Classic point-and-click graphic adventures are a genre that bring you back again and again, as few other subgenres remain as a testament of the prolific production from the late 90s. Fans of abandonware – indeed, nostalgic gamers in general – are probably already well acquainted with ScummVM, a program that can run several retro graphic adventures on modern machines without the headache involved in setting up an MS-DOS emulator. (In fact, tons of the retro games sold on platforms like Steam and GOG run using DOSBox.) But what few people know is that there's an Android port of ScummVM that adapts the controls to touchscreens and in recent years it's been tweaked to run much more smoothly. Plus there's a good handful of iconic graphic adventures you can play on it both freely and legally.
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How to correctly install and control ScummVM on Android

At this point you’re sure to have heard about ScummVM, the emulator that can run classic graphic adventures for PC on modern machines. As most of them originally used the mouse for their controls, they have a natural flair for being adapted to touchscreens, borne out by the countless remakes and editions that continue to appear for mobile devices. To help you get in on the action, here we offer a step-by-step tutorial to install ScummVM and configure it to run the biggest classics from LucasArts and Sierra on your Android. You can’t get cooler than playing Day of the Tentacle on your bus to work.
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