September 29, 2004
Commodore 32 Programming Contest

The world's first interactive fiction standalone Z-machine: The Commodore 32. Built-in Z-interpreter, 64K of Z-Machine RAM, 32K of ROM in Z-Carts, Infinite Imagination. [via nickm at Grand Text Auto.]

(This is not entirely unrelated to Lisp, as Zork was implemented in MDL, a “particularly unhelpful form of Lisp”.)

Posted by jjwiseman at September 29, 2004 12:04 AM
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