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{{software infobox|title=Gelek Vanilla|image=[[File:GelekVanilla-About.jpg|200px|none|none|none]]|developer=[[Joan CiberSheep]]|type=[[Interpreter]]|stableversion=1.5.5|devversion=n/a|operatingsystem=Ubuntu Touch (GNU/Linux)|writtenin=[[C++]], [[QML]], [[C]]|license=[[GPL]]|website=[https://open-store.io/app/gelek-vanilla.cibersheep Gelek Vanilla homepage]}}
 
{{software infobox|title=Gelek Vanilla|image=[[File:GelekVanilla-About.jpg|200px|none|none|none]]|developer=[[Joan CiberSheep]]|type=[[Interpreter]]|stableversion=1.5.5|devversion=n/a|operatingsystem=Ubuntu Touch (GNU/Linux)|writtenin=[[C++]], [[QML]], [[C]]|license=[[GPL]]|website=[https://open-store.io/app/gelek-vanilla.cibersheep Gelek Vanilla homepage]}}
  
Gelek Vanilla is an interpreter similar to [[Gelek]] but aims to be more general (therefore contains no information bout any game). The of Gelek Vanilla is to support as many game systems as possible (in the fashion of [[Gargoyle]].  It also uses [[Andrew Plotkin]]'s remote [[glk]] implementation ([[remglk]]) as a backend and at the moment supports the following game types: [[Glulx]], [[Level 9]], [[Magnetic Scrolls]], [[Scott Adams]], [[TADS]] and [[Z-code]]. More game types are in the way.
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Gelek Vanilla is an interpreter similar to [[Gelek]] but aims to be more general (therefore contains no information about any specific IF work). The main goal of Gelek Vanilla is to support as many [[IF]] systems as possible (in the fashion of [[Gargoyle]].  As [[Gelek]], it also uses [[Andrew Plotkin]]'s remote [[glk]] implementation ([[remglk]]) as a backend which offers, at the moment, supports the following systems: [[Glulx]], [[Level 9]], [[Magnetic Scrolls]], [[Scott Adams]], [[TADS]] and [[Z-code]]. Support for more systems are in the way.
  
 
[[File:GelekVanilla-main.jpg|300px|thumb|center|Main screen of the app]]
 
[[File:GelekVanilla-main.jpg|300px|thumb|center|Main screen of the app]]

Revision as of 20:54, 19 May 2019

Gelek Vanilla
GelekVanilla-About.jpg
Developer Joan CiberSheep
Type Interpreter
Stable release 1.5.5
Development release n/a
Operating system Ubuntu Touch (GNU/Linux)
Written in C++, QML, C
License(s) GPL
Website Gelek Vanilla homepage

Gelek Vanilla is an interpreter similar to Gelek but aims to be more general (therefore contains no information about any specific IF work). The main goal of Gelek Vanilla is to support as many IF systems as possible (in the fashion of Gargoyle. As Gelek, it also uses Andrew Plotkin's remote glk implementation (remglk) as a backend which offers, at the moment, supports the following systems: Glulx, Level 9, Magnetic Scrolls, Scott Adams, TADS and Z-code. Support for more systems are in the way.

Main screen of the app

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