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17 May 2006

ScummVM :: Home

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ScummVM is a program 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 game, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed!

.: APROJE - Associação de Produtores de Jogos Electrônicos :.

A APROJE – Associação de Produtores de Jogos Electrónicos é uma associação sem fins lucrativos e de interesse nacional, constituída a 17 de Setembro de 2005, com o objectivo de promover a indústria portuguesa de produção de jogos electrónicos.

07 May 2006

XYZZYnews Home Page

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XYZZYnews, the magazine for interactive fiction enthusiasts.

The Z-Machine Preservation Project

The Z-Machine Preservation Project (ZMPP) is a modern implementation of the Z-machine in Java. It is completely written from scratch using Java 5 to provide an architecture that is easy to understand, maintain and extend. The goal is to provide an interpreter implementation that is standard compliant and offers the possibility to play interactive fiction on many platforms without recompiling the source code.

SPAG Main Page

Society for the promotion of adventure games

the TADS Page

TADS - the Text Adventure Development System

Welcome to TADS.ORG

by 1 other
TADS, the Text Adventure Development System. TADS is a freeware programming system that can help you create high-quality interactive fiction. This site is devoted to news and information about TADS.

06 May 2006

Roger Firth's home page

All that you'll find here is material connected with Interactive Fiction (IF) -- text-based adventure games like Zork and its successors.

Adventure Games Coalition

The Adventure Games Coalition is an informal, worldwide group of non-commercial web sites devoted to the promotion of Adventure Games and to helping the adventure gamer, both the experienced gamer and those new to Adventure Games. We offer Reviews, Previews, and Articles; Help, Explanations, and Hints; Walkthroughs, Solutions, and Patches; and much, much more.

05 May 2006


nform was created by Graham Nelson, who also wrote the documentation. Emily Short wrote the examples and the Test Suite used for unit testing. The Mac OS X user interface and overall visual design are by Andrew Hunter. The Windows user interface is by David Kinder. Theoretical guidance and advice from Emily Short and Andrew Plotkin was invaluable, as was Sonja Kesserich's testing.

29 April 2006

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