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EL405: Final Project- Interactive Fiction...the meaning of life

The time is here and I have to present my EL 405 final project. I can honestly say it felt very effortless to work on because I had such a good time doing it. For this project Stormy and I swapped our CST games and decided it would be interesting to add on to each others work. I fixed general coding and spelling errors within the game, but also added a lot of items and several endings that the game was lacking before. The biggest thing I wanted to do was make the CST principles visible, but in a non-preachy and helpful way. Instead of out right telling the person what they did right or wrong I wrote descriptions that were more so examples than definitions of the teachings.


This collaboration was one that I will not soon forget because neither Stormy or I have played our original games since the modifications had been made. It will prove interesting when we present in class. Originally I had wanted to put the game in this blog entry as a playable IF Zplet, but I still couldn't figure out how to do that even after many attempts. Overall I am so pleased with the way this project went and how the class as a whole turned out. Below you can download my final project and play it in the free Inform 7 Interactive Fiction interpreter. Simply paste the coding into Inform 7 and you are set!

Final Project CST Playground Game

Ps...if you are wondering about the title of this entry ask Stormy Knight.

Comments (2)

I'll help with the ZPlet. I'm not expecting you to do that yourself.

Glad that is taken care of =)

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