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  1. Hi fellas. New to the forums, but I use the PCGW to get the most out of my games. Today I installed Monkey Island 2 SE, and I noticed that the scrolling in the game is a bit choppy. I think it has been like that since forever, but now I googled it and found out other ppl noticed it too. https://steamcommunity.com/app/32460/discussions/0/864979455454150181/ As the Steam thread says, capping FPS to 30 makes the scrolling smooth, but instead mouse movement is choppier. I tried some basic stuff, but nothing makes the game run at 60+ FPS permanently it seems. Moving the mo
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    Patch for the EGA version of Loom, enabling support for Roland MT-32 synthesizers and variants. Note that the VGA version provided on Steam and GOG uses CD audio instead and does not need this patch. loomup.exe is the original self extracting executable, originally found on LucasArts's FTP server. It is a DOS program and will not run natively on modern systems, so I ran it in DOSBox and recompressed the results into loomup_unzipped.zip. This should be helpful for users on 64-bit Windows, Linux, or OS X who are using ScummVM. Just copy the contents of the archive to where Loom is installed
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