New Tools for Interactive Fiction and Engaged Writing | Edutopia

Students were using interactive fiction tools to reimagine American Revolution battles as text-based adventures, written from the second-person perspective. Interactive fiction is essentially a computer-based version of Choose Your Own Adventure books, in which the reader has agency regarding a story’s multiple, threaded outcome.

I would have loved to have these tools when I was in school! Another tool for advanced students is Inform, but the climb is steep.

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