Read and write interactive stories
A horror based interactive fiction.
first texture story
about a day in a school kids day
A piece of interactive fiction created for the NarraScope 2020 Game Jam. It's a story about a relationship, an uninvited guest and a very confusing morning. (Cover: Fred Dawson, CC-BY-NC-ND 2.0)
To my Sunshine.
You're at Burning Man, with six choices to make before the world goes white. Choose wisely. Or wildly. The dust storm won't care. (Cover: Trish Lamanna)
This is an attempt to make fire safety training more interesting.
A game engine subversion experiment, using animation inside of an engine purposed for text.
The liberation is a short interactive story with several endings, dealing with politics, solitude, love and betrayal.
This is the English translation of the revised edition of "La libération".
(Cover: Gavin McCarthy) You watch the city wake up from your rooftop perch.
A short exercise in psychomagic and meditation.
Choisis ta mort, camarade.
A adaptation of a classic The Yellow Book story, made into a adventure story!
You wake up in the middle of a dark forest, with no visible exit in sight. Can you escape?
Upon starting the tutorial, you have a familiar feeling. You remember you usually get this with computer stuff, and remember eventually it passes.
This is a modern story of romance that takes place in the city of London.
As the reader, you are able to choose the path and watch the story unfold.
Will love happen? Will there be a happy ending?
It's been a while since you hung out with Max, and he's always got interesting stories. (Cover: E.M. Smith)
You run a heist for your organization.
Gotta catch 'em all?
This is a interactive story about how I came around to finishing a project for my Media and Culture class, History of the book. The plot resembles the movie memento where everything is reversed.