Nanoverse is a development platform for agent-based modeling and simulation. Projects are defined in a domain-specific language called Nanosyntax. These projects can integrate multiple simulation paradigms to create rich, detailed models with ease.
The documentation wiki tells you how to use Nanoverse as it is now. There are numerous changes and improvements planned for subsequent releases. Some of these changes, such as discrete-event (Gillespie) scheduling and conditional events, will dramatically change how Nanoverse is used. Others, such as subclassing and user-defined variables, will change the appearance of Nanoverse code. Check back here after each release for updated documentation; changes from the previous version will be noted. Github release notes will also indicate platform changes.