Play Now: The Lord of The Rings Text Adventure

Amazon Studios recently released the synopsis for their upcoming, billion dollar Lord of the Rings TV series which set the Middle Earth fan community aflame and got us thinking about the earliest games adapted from JRR Tolkien’s famous books.

Five Classic Teen Books about survival that Inspired The Enrollment Trilogy

StoryFix Media recently released A Mark of Strength, the second book in Christopher Webster’s Enrollment Trilogy, a thrilling adventure series that follows the story of fifteen year-old Marcus Riley who finds himself trapped in a wilderness compound where teens are left to navigate their a violent culture of their own making. Manipulated at every turn, …

Infocom: The Documentary is a must-watch for IF fans and creators

Infocom (1979-1989) is recognized as the all-time leader in Interactive Fiction, releasing top-selling games and products that dominated the sales charts in the early days of computer gaming and still extend considerable influence and memory on the gaming industry.

Book Two of The Enrollment Trilogy Out Now

StoryFix Media is proud to announce the release of A Mark of Strength by screenwriter and novelist Christopher Webster. This eagerly anticipated novel is the second installment in the popular Enrollment Trilogy and is on sale now.

8 Cyberpunk Interactive Fiction Games You Need to Play

We look at some Cybperunk interactive fiction games and text adventures to (re)discover some of the must-play titles that have emerged from our favorite subgenre over the years.

Play Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls Choose-Your-Own-Adventure on Twitter

To promote the release of their recent Markarth DLC Game Pack for Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) (which you can play online for free until December 9th), Bethesda ANZ is offering a choose your own adventure-type story on Twitter. The first step is to choose a road, snowy hills or the woods, and from there, you can make branching type choices …

The true story behind the first interactive fiction game

“Will Crowther, who never made another game, is now considered interactive fiction’s J.D. Salinger.” One of the most known interactive text adventures from the 1970s, Colossal Cave Adventure, challenged players to travel through a treacherous and long tunnel with untold riches at its end. Something of a coding feat, Colossal Cave Adventure was the first-ever work of …

Have You Heard About Mythion Adventures?

We’ve come a long way from traditional choose your own adventure stories where we needed some paper, a pen, and a dice to play. Now, we have amazing titles such as Late Shift, Creatures Such As We, and the Delight Series available online. There’s even Bandersnatch, an interactive fiction episode from Black Mirror, where the game is …