A big celebration to be had for the folks working on ScummVM, the project that bundles together various game engines to allow you to play many older games easily on modern platforms. 20 years is a huge milestone for such a project, and it's a very important piece of open source tech for game preservation.
The release notes for 2.5.0 are long and impressive with plenty of new games supported including: Grim Fandango, The Longest Journey, Myst 3: Exile, Little Big Adventure, Red Comrades 1: Save the Galaxy, Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice, Transylvania, Crimson Crown, OO-Topos, Glulx interactive fiction games, Lure of the Temptress Konami release, Private Eye, Spanish Blue Force, Spanish Ringworld, Spanish Amazon: Guardians of Eden, AGS Games versions 2.5+, Nightlong: Union City Conspiracy, The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time, Crusader: No Remorse, L-ZONE and Spaceship Warlock.
Plenty more improvements came with this release including better support for Unicode, the UI can adapt to HiDPI screens, enhanced support for a lot of localized releases.
If you act quickly there's a sale in celebration going on GOG until 1PM UTC today.