Twinery for Interactive Fiction « Bryan Miller’s Blog   Leave a comment

I ran across this from someone I follow on my Google+ account and, while I don’t see myself taking advantage of it, I remember great fondess for text adventure games back when IBM-compatible computers first became widely available. The idea of playing with multiple users on the net is intriguing.

Twinery for Interactive Fiction « Bryan Miller’s Blog.

The sharer on G+ wondered why more writers don’t use this sort of system to write interactively. It’s a thought.

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Posted September 9, 2014 by aurorawatcherak in Writing

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