Inform is a system for creating adventure games that can be played on almost any computer, from personal organisers to mainframes, with the aid of 'interpreter' programs.
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Homepage of the Amiga port of Inform.
Elv's Inform Repository
Includes Platypus documentation, the Alice tutorial part 3, and Inform syntax highlighting code.
Guide to Inform Library Contributions
Categorized and reviewed Inform library contributions available from the IF Archive and the Web.
A package designed to enable people to familiarize themselves with Glulx Inform.
Inform Library Patch Site, The
Catalog of bugs and patches for the Inform library
Documentation of complete replacement of the distributed Inform library. Features include fine layers of reaction properties, improved world model, adjectives, and "go to" and "exits" verbs.
Information about writing games with Inform
Informary: What's Happening in Inform
Focal point for news about Inform.
Some Observations on Using Inform 7
Emily Short, one of the developers of Inform 7, discusses why she has found Inform 7 to be powerful.
Review of Inform 7 by Shamus Young. "Inform tried to allow programming without the use of a programming language, and what they built is programming with a confusing language that has nebulous rules." (August 17, 2006)
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