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Project Details
Title: Interactive Story
Area:

Other

Language:

HTML

Level:

Beginner

Product:

Twine

Author:

CoderDojo Scotland

Summary

Create interactive fiction using the Twine platform.

Tips for use

Below are two versions of the same activity: the original workshop for the older Twine 1.4 (desktop installation) and an updated version for Twine 2 (web based).

Additional files required, LibraryAdventure.tws for Twine 1.4 and LibraryAdventure.html for Twine2, can be downloaded from the GitHub page

Keep in mind that as with any creative tool, whether it's text-, video-, or photo-based, not all the Twine stories on the web will be suitable for younger readers.

For Twine version 1.4

  1. Download the Twine application (for Windows or Mac depending on your computer) from [twinery.org twinery.org]
  2. Install Twine from the downloaded file and open it when it's finished installing.
  3. Go to the file menu and open the file LibraryAdventure.tws that you downloaded
  4. Follow the instructions on the worksheet: TwineWorksheet.pdf
  5. You can write down your own choice of story elements on a print out of TwineHandoutSheet.pdf if you like.

Note: some of the links in this document are no longer available. However you can see some stories created at previous Dojos here!

For Twine version 2.0

  1. Follow the instructions on the worksheet: TwineWorksheet.pdf
  2. You can write down your own choice of story elements on a print out of TwineHandoutSheet.pdf if you like.


Content

/images/a/a4/TwineHandoutSheet.pdf

/images/b/b6/TwineWorksheet.pdf

/images/8/89/Twine2Worksheet.pdf

Authors

Original version by Claire Quigley

Updated version for Twine2 by Martin Goodfellow