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Founded in 1984, the British producer of seven highly-regarded IF works.  In common with contemporaries [[Infocom]] and [[Level 9]], Magnetic Scrolls employed a [[virtual machine]], but in their case it was based on the machine code of a real 68000 chip.  Their [[authoring system]] anticipated later trends by emphasizing more [[simulation]].
 
Founded in 1984, the British producer of seven highly-regarded IF works.  In common with contemporaries [[Infocom]] and [[Level 9]], Magnetic Scrolls employed a [[virtual machine]], but in their case it was based on the machine code of a real 68000 chip.  Their [[authoring system]] anticipated later trends by emphasizing more [[simulation]].
  
 
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Revision as of 10:17, 1 January 2005

Founded in 1984, the British producer of seven highly-regarded IF works. In common with contemporaries Infocom and Level 9, Magnetic Scrolls employed a virtual machine, but in their case it was based on the machine code of a real 68000 chip. Their authoring system anticipated later trends by emphasizing more simulation.