I was reading about Z-machines and found
http://www.inform-fiction.org/zmachine/ ... eters.html
In anticipation of a new listing, I tidied up the in-game menu for the Pico version of Pocfel to remove the memory-hungry commands that cause crashes. The result when hunting wumpi looks like
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Pocfel version 13 running... Instructions? (y-n) n You are in room 4 Bats nearby I feel a draft There are tunnels to 2 7 8 Move or shoot (m-s) /save Enter filename for save game: wumpus1 [Saved] >/dir ./ ../ wumpus1 >m which room? 7 You are in room 7 You fell into a pit Another game? (y-n) /restore Enter filename for save game: wumpus1 [Starting history playback] [End of history playback] [Restored] >m which room? 2 You are in room 2 Bats nearby There are tunnels to 4 5 15 Move or shoot (m-s)
Does the Wikipedia article really claim a Z-code interpreter has been written in Scratch? Could that even be true?