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Digital Humanities Projects: Practical (and Valuable) Considerations
by Rebekah Walker & Lara Nicosia

Have you ever considered creating a digital humanities project? Learn about some of the things you should think about first!

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Space Pizza Delivery
by Brian Kwak

Written for the 18th Anniversary Speed-If (http://www.intfiction.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=20568). Planet image courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech.

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Tokyo Reverie
by JB

A love letter to my favourite place in all the world. Made in the last Texture Workshop - Valentine's Edition.

Oso
by Alexis Guzman

A story of a dog and his life, designed for children to form an active discussion around difficult situations while creating agency and building vocabulary.

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Asobi and the Full Glass of Water
by Ramona Caprariu

A tale about a cat and a full glass of water...

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by urbanista

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Date Date
by Robert Yang

Is it a date, or is it a date-date?

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Buon Lunedì
by Il Taccuino

Storytelling per creators

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Where It All Started Or Did It?
by Danisha Rogers

This isn't a complete story, just a quick run through of Ryan's life.

My Day
by E.B

first texture story about a day in a school kids day

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Jetpack to the Moon!
by Sidney Munroe

An adventure about a lost jetpack and helpful penguins who can talk.

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A Lost Masterpiece
by George Egerton

A adaptation of a classic The Yellow Book story, made into a adventure story!

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My routine
by Andy

This is a story created for ESL students working on the simple present.

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Put the Fruit in the Bowl
by Brian Kwak

An experiment with objects in Texture.

Quest Simulator: The Storyboard Version
by Brandon Luu

A simple game about doing quests.

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Smoker's Sip
by Roan Contreras

"Two smokers, one mistake." Made for Texture Writer Game Jam.

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Killer Commute
by Jim Munroe

Sometimes it feels like your life is on repeat. (Cover: Aubrey Serr)

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Toxic
by vesper.

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The Room on the Fifth Floor
by Anonymous

Wake up alone in a hospital room and navigate the abandoned building with monsters jumping out at every turn. Make your choices wisely. Your survival, and the survival of others, will be costly.

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Christmas Adventure
by Greatest Uncle in the World

The Latest, Greatest Achievement in Siblingmas Technology

The Thing Beyond the Window
by AA

The story of a ghost, that misunderstood something, so haunts the narrator,

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