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MOHAWK: Add detection for the Williams-Sonoma Guide to Good Cooking #4122

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@einstein95 einstein95 commented Jul 20, 2022

WSKL.CFG uses an identical format to Living Books, but uses 16bpp images and a database. Attempting to force the current code to draw the first image (9000) in Credits.MHK gives the following log output:

Decoding Mohawk Bitmap (640x480, 16bpp, Raw Packing + Unknown Drawing)
Unhandled bpp 16!

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@bluegr bluegr commented Jul 24, 2022

That is a Broderbund game, but is it really using mohawk? If it has a different image format, perhaps it's using a different engine altogether?

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@einstein95 einstein95 commented Jul 24, 2022

I'm basing this off of the application using Mohawk resource files and a similar, if not identical, config format to Living Books games. It's possible it's yet another version of the engine (v4? v3.5?) but I'm not certain that it isn't a different engine. I'll change this PR to a draft until further research is done.

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@sev- sev- commented Aug 2, 2022

Yes, it is definitely a Mohawk-based game, judging by the strings within the executable.

Merging this for documentation purposes.

@sev- sev- merged commit 5660ab5 into scummvm:master Aug 2, 2022
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