Table of Contents
- What is AGI?
- What is NAGI?
- Why do I need it?
- How do I know if I have an AGI game?
- How do I install NAGI?
- I run Windows NT, 2000, XP and I have trouble running NAGI.
- I run NAGI and I get an "the dynamic link library SDL.dll could not be found" error
- How do I get fullscreen?
- How do I try out the CGA mode?
- Are there any other AGI clones available?
- Are there any sites I can visit to learn more about AGI?
- Do you have a hastily looked up Hitchhiker's quote?
What is AGI?
AGI, or the Adventure Game Interpreter, was developed by
Sierra Online for the development and release of their adventure games in the late 1980's. Sierra was hailed for creating "3D" games, which meant the player could move their character around the screen and behind objects. Games using the interpreter have very distinctive blocky graphics and a text parser interface where the player could type in their commands.
The AGI interpreter was the starting point for many of Sierra's classic adventure game lines:
- Kings Quest Series
- Leisure Suit Larry Series
- Police Quest Series
- Space Quest Series
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