CZECH: Comprehensive Z-machine Emulation CHecker by Amir Karger, version 0.8. A set of tests to determine whether a Z-machine interpreter is compliant with the Z-machine Specification (currently 1.0, with some fixes from 1.1draft7).
TerpEtude: A Z-Machine Interpreter Exerciser by Andrew Plotkin, Release 2. Tests compliance with Z-Machine Standards Document 0.99. Inform 6 source code and compiled game file.
An Infocom Game Launcher for Windows, by Donnie Russell. Identifies, lists and launches different versions of Infocom games, automatically converting an existing game to another known version if patches are available.
InfoMenu version 0.9C (second beta release), by Calvin Richter. A menu front end for Infocom format games, shows you your game files and lets you start your favorite interpreter on them.
MS-DOS utility to convert a Z-Code file to a PalmOS database, for use with either PalmFrotz or PalmZip.
Praxix: A Z-code interpreter unit test, by Zarf and Dannii. Release 1 / Serial number 180329 / Inform v6.31
Inform source code for Torbjorn Andersso's strict error checking program.
An Inform program to test for strict error checking in the interpreter, written by Torbjorn Andersson. Compiled Z-code.
Macintosh utility to convert a Z-Code file to a PalmOS database, for use with either PalmFrotz or PalmZip.
Zwrap 1.00, by David Griffith. A Perl program that takes a Z-code file and produces as output a Perl program containing the Z-code file, in effect creating a self-extracting Z-code executable for Unix systems. Requires Unix Frotz.