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StoryCalc: Next Steps

TL;DR: StoryCalc is dead, long live StoryCalc. Check out http://www.storytron.org In StoryCalc: A New Hope I wrote about developing an open source, extensible platform for interactive storytelling based on Chris Crawford’s Storytronic principles. I didn’t have much more beyond that … Continue reading

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What is Storytronics?

You can divide Chris Crawford’s interactive storytelling work over the past twenty-seven years into two categories — Storytronics and Storytron. Storytronics is a collection of principles that outline what Chris’ version of interactive storytelling is. Storytron is Chris’ attempts to create tools … Continue reading

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What is Interactive Storytelling?

Interactive storytelling is a form of entertainment that uses the computer as a medium to allow players to create and influence a nascent storyline through small, relevant, dramatic actions. The primary focus of a storyworld should be on character interactions … Continue reading

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Who is Chris Crawford?

I’ve realized that many people who’ve read StoryCalc: A New Hope might not know who Chris Crawford is or what he’s accomplished. Chris is a game designer and if it were not for his passion, hard work, and insights over the … Continue reading

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StoryCalc: A New Hope

For the past twenty-six years Chris Crawford has been fighting the good fight, trying to jumpstart an interactive storytelling revolution. He says he’s failed and that his age, his perfectionist nature, and the complexity of the problem were the perfect … Continue reading

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