|−|A secondary clone of [[ jAsea]] , the Java GPL clone of the Adrift runner by [[Mark J. Tilford]]. SCARE aims to provide an ANSI/ISO C core [[Adrift]] interpreter, portable enough to run on [[Linux]] , [[Windows]], [[DOS]], [[Macintosh]] , [[Amiga]], or any platform that offers an ANSI/ISO C compiler. Maybe even [[ PalmOS]] . |+|
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|−|Version 1.3 unites the improvements of later version 1.1 releases, such as UNDO, with Thomas Payerle's support for Adrift 3.90 games in version 1.2, and new support for Adrift 3.80 games, resulting in a single open source Adrift runner that seamlessly plays Adrift version 4. 00, version 3.90, and version 3.80 games. Also new for release 1.3 is a Macintosh build. |+|
|−|SCARE Version 1.3 is designed to be compatible with the Adrift Runner version 4.00.42, with some version 4.00.44 features. It automatically converts Adrift version 3.90 and version 3.80 games into version 4.00 format before playing them. |+|
|−|'''(Information taken from the SCARE website)''' |+|
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Revision as of 22:20, 22 February 2005
Provides an alternative to the ADRIFT runner. Although not a complete implementation, it does make most ADRIFT games runnable on a variety of platforms, including Linux and Macintosh. SCARE was developed from the jAsea ADRIFT runner clone.