I Have No Mouth & I Must Scream
Setup Walkthrough

by Llewton (Bill)

 

Developer 
The Dreamers Guild  Circa 1995
Publisher:  
Cyberdreams Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: PC/ Mac

 

Minimum Requirements:

CPU: 80486
OS:
DOS 4.0 to 6.22
RAM:
4 MB
CD/DVD Speed:
2X
Video Mode:
SuperVGA, VESA
Sound Devices: Ensoniq Soundscape, General MIDI, Gravis Ultrasound / MAX / ACE, Pro Audio Spectrum / Plus / 16, Roland MT-32 (and LAPC-1), Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16, Sound Blaster AWE32, Sound Blaster Pro
Input Devices: Keyboard, Mouse

  

 

   

This setup relies on Dosbox to enable you to play the game. DOSBOX is a DOS Emulator which in essence sets the game up in a DOS Environment . You can download it by double clicking on the link I have provided below (when it opens choose the first option , as this is the latest version). The easiest way to do this is to Download it to your Desktop and then Double Click on the .exe file there to install the program and set it up to where you install your applications. 
(Ex: C:\program files\dosbox).

 

        

Dosbox 

 

 

 

 

...Let's begin the install

 

 S.exe vesa 

 

 

Get ready to play the game.

 

 

 

Now we are ready to play.  

 

 

 

Note: The sound may be a little choppy and the game may play a little slow. If this is the case hold down your "CTRL" Key while continually tapping your F12 Key. This will increase the DOSBOX Run Cycles and things should start improving. If you find that all of a sudden the sound starts breaking up again after it was getting better you probably increased the cycles too much.  So do the same as before but this time, keep tapping the F11 Key till things even out (first try changing the cycles to cycles=9050 in the DOSBOX.config file).   

Enjoy the game!

Bill

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Credits:

DOSBOX is a wonderful free program created by those incredible computer techs over at VOGONS.

 

 

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