Windows AGiliTy

Windows AGiliTy is an interpreter for the old Adventure Game Toolkit (AGT). Although considered outdated and little used these days, AGT was popular in the late 1980s, and a community centered around Compuserve (a commercial bulletin board system popular before the Internet really took off) wrote a large number of games with it. Of these games a few are still worth playing, such as Compuserve and Shades of Gray.

Windows AGiliTy is a port of Robert Masenten's AGiliTy, a reverse engineered interpreter that can play games produced with any of the many versions of AGT.

The current version is available from Windows AGiliTy's GitHub release page. Ports to systems other than Windows are available from the IF-Archive, in the AGiliTy AGT interpreter section. For ratings and descriptions of games you can play, search for AGT games at IFDB.

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