ZeeME is a ZCode interpreter for the J2ME environment. ZCode is the intermediate language that was designed and used by the original Infocom text adventure games. Using ZeeME, it is possible to package and play a large variety of interactive fiction on your J2ME mobile device.
You may download and install the ZeeME default jar or jad directly from this web site. The default ZeeME jar is packaged with a condensed version of Infocom's Zork I called Mini-Zork. If you would rather play one of the many available interactive fiction titles, you may use the ZeeME package as described below.
The ZeeME packager contains the ZeeME interpreter and allows the user to package a ZCode interactive fiction game with the interpreter. Once the new jar has been created, it may be loaded onto the mobile device using standard means. The packager requires a J2SE (c) installation on the machine that will be used for packaging.
The steps required for creating a new interactive fiction package:
java -jar ZeeMEPackager.jar"
restoreto save and restore the current game state. Unfortunately, save/restore appears to be broken in Mini-Zork.
There are many resources for interactive fiction on the internet. A Google search will reveal a rich community of interactive fictions authors. Some of the best sites are listed here.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ZeeME and ZeeME packager are provided as-is. There is no warranty or guarantee that ZeeME will work as advertised or that it won't crater your mobile device. Cratering your device with J2ME is probably not very possible, but there are very few guarantees in life.