Always keen to share ideas with good learning opportunities and good technology.
Did you ever read those fantasy game books as a child? Growing up in the late 80’s and early 90’s I have to admit it was a bit of a craze among boys in my school. They were the books where they gave the reader a choice at the end of each chapter of what to do next and would ultimately change the potential outcome of the story. This type of book or game is called Interactive Fiction.
This is the 1st of many posts from myself and @ben40forte about what we learnt from visiting #BETT2015 and thank you to @tecknoteacher who we picked this up from at the Teachmeet.
Twine is a free tool for telling interactive, none-linear stories, you don’t need to be able to code to write one of the stories. I haven’t tried it myself yet however it is supposed to be fairly easy to use.
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