What Is It? Glulx is a portable VM, like the Z-machine. Unlike the Z-machine, it uses 32-bit data and addresses, so it can handle game files up to four gigabytes long.
Glulx is a 32-bit portable virtual machine intended for writing and playing interactive fiction. It was designed by Andrew Plotkin to relieve some of the restrictions ...
Glulx is a virtual machine designed by Andrew Plotkin which by default uses the Glk Application Programming Interface (API). The Inform language can compile bytecode ...
The "story files" created by Inform are not like text, ... Glulx was designed by Andrew Plotkin in the late 1990s as a next-generation IF virtual machine.
An interpreter (or terp, for short) is a program which reads a story file and presents the game contained inside that file to the player. The interpreter itself is ...
This directory contains games in Glulx format. The games here can be played with the Glulxe interpreter, look in programming/glulx for a version for your system.
This document and further Glulx information can be found at:http://eblong.com/zarf/glulx/ 0. Introduction; 0.1. Why Bother? 0.2. Glulx and Other IF Systems; 0.3.
This directory contains files relating to Andrew Plotkin's Glulxe, an interpreter for the Glulx Virtual Machine.
Windows Glulxe and Windows Git Windows Glulxe is an interpreter for text adventures in the Glulx format. which is a format designed by Andrew Plotkin to move beyond ...
If you're having trouble knowing what files to download in order to play text adventures, we can help. This page covers TADS 3 and Glulx games.