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Berlin, Germany,
03.11.2018, 17:33
 

Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy for free at GOG.com (Announce)

GOG.com currently offers the 1992 platformer Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy from Epic MegaGames for free.

It includes the three episodes:
* Jill of the Jungle
* Jill Goes Underground
* Jill Saves the Prince

As this is a DOS game, the installer includes, among the game, DOSBox version 0.74-2. Unfortunately you can't unpack the installer with "innounp". I already created Unpacking Jill of the Jungle with innounp 0.47. I had to fire up an XP virtual machine to run the installer and copy files back to my physical machine. There I could run it with DOSBox.exe -conf ..\dosbox_jill.conf -conf ..\dosbox_jill_single.conf -noconsole -c exit.

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Berlin, Germany,
16.03.2019, 20:36

@ rr
 

Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy for free at GOG.com

> As this is a DOS game, the installer includes, among the game, DOSBox
> version 0.74-2. Unfortunately you can't unpack the installer with
> "innounp". I already created
> Unpacking
> Jill of the Jungle with innounp 0.47. I had to fire up an XP virtual
> machine to run the installer and copy files back to my physical machine.
> There I could run it with DOSBox.exe -conf ..dosbox_jill.conf -conf
> ..dosbox_jill_single.conf -noconsole -c exit.

One can unpack now "setup_jill_of_the_jungle_1.0_(24660).exe" with innounp 0.48, but that doesn't really help, because you only get numerous LZMA2-compressed files. :-( Maybe https://github.com/onitake/uninno would fit my needs, but it's written in Perl and (for me) not worth to waste more time on this.

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Berlin, Germany,
16.03.2019, 20:46

@ rr
 

Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy for free at GOG.com

> One can unpack now "setup_jill_of_the_jungle_1.0_(24660).exe" with innounp
> 0.48, but that doesn't really help, because you only get numerous
> LZMA2-compressed files. :-( Maybe
> https://github.com/onitake/uninno would fit my needs, but it's
> written in Perl and (for me) not worth to waste more time on this.

When http://constexpr.org/innoextract/ will be updated to support Inno Setup 5.6.2, it should work best, because it already supports GOG Galaxy file parts.

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