Release Notes: This version includes preliminary support for V6 story files. Journey is playable, and support for other games is in progress. Antialiasing has been added as an option for text rendering. Input on multiprocessor machines causes fewer problems now.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Inform 7 meta data, a command history, multiple undo, and a signed applet jar file which allows game states to be saved on the user's machine (provided that the security policies are set up appropriately). The performance was tuned to run Inform 7 games faster than in previous versions.
Release Notes: This version introduces support for Blorb files and embedded AIFF sound effects. The color scheme was modified to resemble console Frotz, which makes several color games more enjoyable (e.g. "Varicella" and "Photopia"). Major refactorings were applied to the core, and several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for V1 and V2 story files, game specific dictionaries, accent tables, and alphabet tables. There are several major bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for timed input and enhanced Unicode display. It also provides a new paging algorithm and fixes several issues with the screen display and input. This is the first release to run several public Z-code test suites (random, strictz, etude, gntests) successfully.
Release Notes: This release adds support for many version 5 features; several version 5, 7, and 8 story files are running.
Release Notes: This version adds support for version 4 story files, window splitting, and paging.
Release Notes: The features are now frozen for this version number, and development will begin for version 0.75. This release implements a standards-compliant stream model and adds support for Java applets.