Difference between revisions of "Jesse McGrew"

From IFWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Tech Credits: remove Snack, update sourceforge link to bitbucket)
(Moby-Dick)
Line 6: Line 6:
 
* ''[[PAX East 2010 Speed-IF]]'' (with [[Kate Matthews]]; 27-Mar-2010; Z-code). [[PAX Speed-IF]].
 
* ''[[PAX East 2010 Speed-IF]]'' (with [[Kate Matthews]]; 27-Mar-2010; Z-code). [[PAX Speed-IF]].
 
* ''[[Merk (game)|Merk]]'' (with [[Kate Matthews]]; 12-Mar-2011; Z-code). [[PAX East 2011 Speed-IF]].
 
* ''[[Merk (game)|Merk]]'' (with [[Kate Matthews]]; 12-Mar-2011; Z-code). [[PAX East 2011 Speed-IF]].
 +
* ''[[Moby-Dick; or, The Whale]]'' (with [[Herman Melville]]; 18-Oct-2014; Glulx). Not a game, but a nominally interactive tale of maritime revenge.
  
 
==Tech Credits==
 
==Tech Credits==

Revision as of 20:38, 13 June 2018

Note: Jesse's nickname on ifMud and IFWiki is "vaporware".

Author Credits

Tech Credits

  • ZLR at bitbucket.org. ZLR is a Z-machine interpreter that uses just-in-time compilation in an attempt to speed up complicated games.
  • Gave theoretical guidance and advice for Inform 7. Also provided some low-level library code, including porting Glulx support from the Inform 6 library and adding the "does the player mean" rulebook.
  • Wrote FyreVM, the Textfyre virtual machine.
  • Created Guncho, a mud that uses players' Inform 7 code. Original debuted as an April Fools Day joke in 2008, later revealed to be real the next day.
  • Wrote ZILF and ZAPF, a ZIL compiler and Z-machine assembler.

Organizational Credits

Links

This article is a stub. You can help IFWiki by expanding it.
TODO: vaporware lists on his ifmud profile the following IF work: Throw Zack's Computer Out The Window, YACC for Inform, ATC for Snack, Food for Thought. Can we find out some more detail on the ones we're missing?