Nitfol

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Nitfol
Interpreter
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Developer
Format Z-code
Interaction style
Systems Windows, Linux
System details
Latest version 0.6
Status Unmaintained
Uses interpreter
Multimedia support
License
Notes Note that this interpreter cannot simply be downloaded and run to play game files.
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Nitfol is a Z-code interpreter and debugger, created in 1999 by Evin Robertson. The name comes from one of the Infocom spells.

Features

  • Uses the Glk API for I/O.
  • Uses the Quetzal save format.
  • Supports versions 1 through 8 of Z-machine, version 6 partially.
  • Debugger feature based on the Unix GDB debugger.
  • Supports Blorb sound and music.
  • Unlimited undo and redo.
  • Typo correction.
  • Automatic map generation.
  • As of 0.6 version, it supports the Glulx, BTZ and ScottAdams/AdventureInternational formats.

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