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AGI stands for Adventure Game Interpreter and was a tool developed by Sierra On-Line to create graphic adventure games in the 1980s. The interpreter supported 16-color graphics in a 160x200 resolution and took full advantage of the three-channel sound capabilities of the PCjr and Tandy platforms.
Audio technology that allowed dynamic music in LucasArts Games.
Point and click is an interface featured in a specific kind of adventure game, where players click on objects and characters to interact with them.
SCI stands for Sierra's Creative Interpreter and was a tool developed by Sierra On-Line to replace the AGI (Adventure Game Interpreter) engine. Games created with SCI featured more colors (from 16 up to 256) and higher resolutions (from 320x200 up to 640x480), as well as sound card support.
The Z-Machine is a virtual machine, created by Infocom, for running text adventures. Variants are used today to run classic and modern interactive fiction.
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