I'm an old-time follower of all the SCUMM/point n' click adventures that used to take up most of our time in front of the computer. Back when we'd go to Brochure in GHills to disc munch the latest point 'n click game from Lucasarts or Sierra and bring 'em home on floppies for our PCs or Macintoshes... Now things are different. Especially for Macs. Now, I'm no computer wiz,so I wouldn't know where to start to get my SCUMM games to work. I've heard from forums around the net, and through some amazon comments, that the old Mac games can't work on the new Macs. It's something that had to do with OSX, and how the coding is different...or some hubbub like that. Please, if anyone here knows how to get Indiana Jones: The Fate of Atlantis working on my G4 Powerbook, I'd be most grateful. I managed to hear about scummVM, which, "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!" (see www.scummvm.org) Again, I'm no computer wiz, so please explain it to me in layman's terms how to go about making a game like Fate of Atlantis work. Sure, one could find some files through torrents or legitimate means, but what then if OSX will just give you an error screen? I'd appreciate some step-by-step wakthroughs, FAQs, and some common mistakes one could make when installing the programs & games. But in the end, I just wanna be able to play Fate of Atlantis, Loom, Monkey Island....ah, the list just goes on... LucasArts ought to be played by so many of us. "Help me, Philmug community...you're my only hope."