|Latest version||2.1.1 / 7 Apr 2016|
|Notes||Note that this interpreter cannot simply be downloaded and run to play game files.|
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ZMPP (Z-Machine Preservation Project) is a Z-machine interpreter written in Java. It can be run either as a standalone application or as an applet within a web browser. The maintainer is Wei-ju Wu.
ZMPP has largely been replaced by ZMPP2, a rewrite in Scala that also supports Glulx. An Android app named "ZMPP Free" is also available on the Google Play Store by the developer named "Box of Rats".
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