About AGI Studio

AGI Studio is a program which allows you to view, create and edit AGI games.

Its features include:

The original AGI Studio is available from http://www.ozemail.com.au/~ptrkelly/agi
The latest version of AGI Studio by Eric Fullerton is available from http://www.nailhead.org/agistudio

I started writing AGI Studio in September 1997. Its goal is to provide a friendly, easy to use interface to work with AGI games in a powerful, integrated environment.

Although pretty much all of the work for this program has been done by myself, I would like to thank the following people who have helped with various aspects:

Lance Ewing, for providing the version 3 decompression code used by the program and figuring out and documenting a lot of the file formats.
Jeremy Hayes, for providing interpreter version detecting code.
Alex Simkin and Serge Lapin for their work on a similar project a few years ago called AGDS, which among other things contained lots of information on logic programming.

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