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Gelek is an interpreter that includes all information and context needed to be able to play all [[Level 9]] games. It uses Andrew Plotkin's remote [[glk]] implementation ([[remglk]]) as a backend and the [[Level 9]] interpreter ported to [[glk]] by [[Glen Summers]], [[David Kinder]], [[Alan Staniforth]], [[Simon Baldwin]], [[Dieter Baron]] and [[Andreas Scherrer]].
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Gelek is an interpreter that includes all information and context needed to be able to play all [[Level 9]] games. It uses [[Andrew Plotkin]]'s remote [[glk]] implementation ([[remglk]]) as a backend and the [[Level 9]] interpreter ported to [[glk]] by [[Glen Summers]], [[David Kinder]], [[Alan Staniforth]], [[Simon Baldwin]], [[Dieter Baron]] and [[Andreas Scherrer]].

Revision as of 08:36, 14 May 2019

Gelek
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Developer Joan CiberSheep
Type Interpreter
Stable release 1.2.1
Development release n/a
Operating system Ubuntu Touch (GNU/Linux)
Written in C++, QML, C
License(s) GPL
Website Gelek homepage

Gelek is an interpreter that includes all information and context needed to be able to play all Level 9 games. It uses Andrew Plotkin's remote glk implementation (remglk) as a backend and the Level 9 interpreter ported to glk by Glen Summers, David Kinder, Alan Staniforth, Simon Baldwin, Dieter Baron and Andreas Scherrer.