DanielleThe Wild West
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Since reading is my version of breathing, and I type 123 WPM, AND I love videogames, Interactive Fiction is my ultimate entertainment dream come true.
I'm an author now, writing Scifi/Fantasy, Horror, and Humor stories:
<a href = "http://PixelvaniaPublishing.com">http://PixelvaniaPublishing.com</a>
My projects website is still up, full of art, sheet music and other stuff:
<a href = "http://PixelvaniaStudios.com">http://PixelvaniaStudios.com</a>
I still hope to write an IF of my own someday (I have a few ideas!), but alas, I have a writer's mind, not a programmer's!
I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints ( http://mormon.org ). Want to know something else? Just drop me a line!
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Hi! Like you, I am a writer, not a programmer, but I love making IF. Parser-wise, if you haven't yet looked at Inform 7 do check it out, for me it's natural language approach is much easier to work with than a traditionally "codey" language. Or if you want to go really simple, get Twine - it will let you do CYOA (with variables if you like) and it couldn't be simpler. 97% writing, 3% clicking a few buttons. Good luck!
Hey, thanks! I've always had a copy of Inform7 installed since it came out (and even made, like, a room or two) and I know the game I want to do, but have no idea how to, say, code the puzzles. Or even start organizing! I wish I had an Inform7 buddy, mostly. :D
I definitely want to try something with Twine sometime, though I don't really know what I have to "say" with it, or what world I'd explore. :D Your interest and enthusiasm make me happy, thank you!