Release Notes: Users can now save and restore games. Versions 3 and 4 of the Z-machine standard are supported. Tighter integration with Firefox lets users load games directly from Web sites. Several small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version features support for Z-code versions 7 and 8, command history (use the up and down arrows to access recent commands), a more readable display, an uninstaller in Firebird, optional installation to the profile directory (allowing non-root users to install under Unix), and lots of other fixes and features. As of this release, most Version-5 games (with the notable exception of "Beyond Zork") should be playable and reasonably problem-free.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to load ordinary z5 files without using a separate encoder. Unicode is now supported for playing games in languages other than English. Compatibility with Mozilla Firebird was added. Screen handling was improved. Lots of little bugfixes were made. It should now be possible to play almost all version 5 ("Advanced") games.
Release Notes: This release has a new screen handler which can render Z-machine displays much more faithfully than the old system. Many more of the standard opcodes have been implemented, and so it is able to play many more games.
Release Notes: In this version, files load correctly under Mozilla 1.3. Various small errors in numeric comparisons were fixed. The interpreter engine was rewritten for efficiency. A simple debugger was also implemented.
Release Notes: Gnusto can now load arbitrary story files; a new encoding was introduced to work around a Mozilla bug which had previously prevented this. The story interpreter engine was rewritten for efficiency. Some extra opcode handling was added, most notably to support text style and colour. Error handling has been improved. Single-key input is now supported.
Release Notes: The backend was improved, and small games can now be played. The user interface was also rewritten to work as a Mozilla-based application.
Release Notes: This release runs inside Mozilla.
Release Notes: This version is largely proof-of-concept. The interpreter can run the first thousand cycles or so of the game supplied, but this is not yet enough to allow it to be used as a general-purpose interpreter.