Read and write interactive stories
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.
(c)M. Barltrop 2019
You study samples under your microscraper. You extract the data. Then -- and only then -- you sleep.
This is a story told to me by a place that I saw in a dream. As such it's a very personal thing. It's not about the puzzles, or the story. It's about cities, futures, and feelings. About us.
After the Partnership with the offworlders takes place, many things on Earth get a lot easier. Parenting is not one of them. (Cover: Jonathan Wyke)
This Seapunk style story was an assignment for my English class midterm. I had a lot of fun attempting to incorporate Seapunk elements into the story.
You open your eyes to find that you’re strapped to a chair – again. Your line of work leads to some tricky situations, but you’re sure you can handle whatever this turns out to be.
And hey, at least you’re out of the house.
(Cover by Jodie Austen)
An adventure about a lost jetpack and helpful penguins who can talk.
A story of searching.
Sometimes it feels like your life is on repeat. (Cover: Aubrey Serr)
Dystopia - Social Media Use
A drone of the four-legged persuasion. Meow...Pow.
Can you use your wits to survive on this dangerous ship? And perhaps even catch an impostor while you're at it? Every choice could be your last in this Mystery/Sci-Fi adventure.
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.
In this direct sequel to Impostor Among Us, you can choose to continue your story as Phoebe/Pink, or you can become an Impostor and hunt down the Crew of MIRA HQ!