The Smoking Mirror Remastered
You can add additional speech language files to PC,OSX,iPhone,Android installs by downloading extra files from here, and copying them into your install directory.
We allow you to install different language packs to any version of the game, you'll need to follow these instructions:
Step 1: Download the relevant language file from the 'Download language files' section at the top of the page.
Step 2: Copy the downloaded file to your SD card in the directory "/sdcard/bs1dc". You may need to create this directory.
See this tutorial for more information on copying files to your SD Card:
If you have the game installed on internal memory, locate (or create as necessary) the "bs1dc" directory there instead.
Step 3: Launch the Broken Sword app.
Step 4: Select 'Options' from the main menu. You should be able to select the appropriate nation's flag for dialogue audio.
Please ensure that you are standing within the recommended distance of 3 to 8 feet from the sensor bar.
You should also turn the Wii Remote like a key, subtle and slow movements are the easiest way to ensure that the cylinder does not turn the wrong way.
Please ensure that you are using the latest compatible driver set for
your operating system. You should enable on-board sound for the game.
If you still continue to experience problems you should be able to work around the issue by following these steps.
- Right click the Broken Sword game icon and select "Open folder location", this will open the folder containing the game executable 'bs1dc.exe'
- Hold down the shift key and right click inside this folder. On the context menu that appears you will see the words 'Open command window here', click this.
- Enter the following options in the Command Prompt to select alternative sound output devices. Please enter the commands exactly as they are appear below
- you will need to press Enter after each line:
bs1dc.exe --sounddevice "DirectSound Software"
bs1dc.exe --sounddevice "Generic Hardware"
bs1dc.exe --sounddevice "Generic Software"
bs1dc.exe --sounddevice "MMSYSTEM"
These will have selected alternative sound output devices which should then fix the problem.