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* [[Simple Chat]], an Inform 7 extension for menued conversation
 
* [[Simple Chat]], an Inform 7 extension for menued conversation
 
* [[Simple CYOA]], an Inform 7 extension for CYOA games
 
* [[Simple CYOA]], an Inform 7 extension for CYOA games
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* [[Automap]], an Inform 7 extension for Beyond Zork style automapping
 
* [[tAsea]], a Perl script that does full [[ADRIFT]] to [[TADS]] conversion.
 
* [[tAsea]], a Perl script that does full [[ADRIFT]] to [[TADS]] conversion.
  
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==Testing Credits==
 
==Testing Credits==
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* Tested ''Urban Cleanup''
 
* Awarded "Pulling No Punches" at [[BetaComp 2004]].
 
* Awarded "Pulling No Punches" at [[BetaComp 2004]].
 
* ''[[A Day In The Life Of A Super Hero]]'' ([[David Whyld]]; 01-Oct-2004; [[ADRIFT]] 4).
 
* ''[[A Day In The Life Of A Super Hero]]'' ([[David Whyld]]; 01-Oct-2004; [[ADRIFT]] 4).

Revision as of 17:04, 8 October 2010

Note: Known as ralphmerridew on the ADRIFT Forum.

Tech Credits

  • jAsea, an open source clone of the ADRIFT Runner, designed so it can be run directly or be run as an applet in a browser. No longer being developed; it has been replaced by Simon Baldwin's splinter project SCARE.
  • Geas is an open-source clone of the Quest interpreter.
  • taf2inf, a Perl script that performs a simple ADRIFT to Inform conversion.
  • coauthor of gtalk; added glulx support and QList
  • Simple Chat, an Inform 7 extension for menued conversation
  • Simple CYOA, an Inform 7 extension for CYOA games
  • Automap, an Inform 7 extension for Beyond Zork style automapping
  • tAsea, a Perl script that does full ADRIFT to TADS conversion.

Review and Article Credits

Testing Credits

Other Credits

Links

Interviews