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* Versions 1-6 Created by [[Infocom]] in the 1980s
 
* Versions 1-6 Created by [[Infocom]] in the 1980s
 
* [[Graham Nelson]] made some minor changes in the 1990s to allow for larger story files, creating versions 7 and 8 of the spec.  Most, if not all, modern [[Z-machine#Assorted_Z-machine_interpreters|Z machine interpreters]] support v7 and v8 story files.
 
* [[Graham Nelson]] made some minor changes in the 1990s to allow for larger story files, creating versions 7 and 8 of the spec.  Most, if not all, modern [[Z-machine#Assorted_Z-machine_interpreters|Z machine interpreters]] support v7 and v8 story files.
* Zzo38 has more recently created versions 9 and 10 of the spec, with a number of extensions allowing even larger story files, finally giving Z-machines XOR support, and many other changes.  The only known [[Z-machine#Assorted_Z-machine_interpreters|Z machine interpreter]] that support these versions is a version of [http://zzo38computer.org/zmachine/aimfiz.zip Aimfiz (download link)]
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* Zzo38 has more recently created versions 9 and 10 of the spec, with a number of extensions allowing even larger story files, finally giving Z-machines XOR support, and many other changes.  The only known [[Z-machine#Assorted_Z-machine_interpreters|Z machine interpreter]] that supports these versions is [[Aimfiz]]
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 21:22, 13 January 2014

There are at least 10 different versions of the Z machine out there:

  • Versions 1-6 Created by Infocom in the 1980s
  • Graham Nelson made some minor changes in the 1990s to allow for larger story files, creating versions 7 and 8 of the spec. Most, if not all, modern Z machine interpreters support v7 and v8 story files.
  • Zzo38 has more recently created versions 9 and 10 of the spec, with a number of extensions allowing even larger story files, finally giving Z-machines XOR support, and many other changes. The only known Z machine interpreter that supports these versions is Aimfiz

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