One of the first ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ game book series, The Way of the Tiger, where readers had to turn to certain pages in order to complete their quest, is being turned into a modern day card-collectible game using blockchain technology. The Way of the Tiger was a best selling classic in the 1980s, written by award-winning […]Read More Gamebook "Way of the Tiger" Coming to Blockchain
Inspired by visual novels and interactive fiction, An Afternoon Rippling is a text-based 2D adventure game about getting lost in a valley after your car breaks down in a post-apocalyptic world..Read More Indie Spotlight: An Afternoon Rippling
Interactive TV startup EKO released four new choose-your-own-adventure videos on their platform yesterday.Read More EKO Debuts Four Interactive Shows
Capcom has released a free-to-play, choose your own adventure Resident Evil game called”Escape For Halloween”. The game is available to play in your browser right now.Read More Play Now: RESIDENT EVIL Choose Your Own Adventure
FoxNext Games’ newly released Storyscape is the latest choose-your-own-adventure interactive fiction mobile app. It gives gamers access to familiar stories, like an all new Titanic movie-inspired drama as well as an all new X-Files mystery, among other original genre adventure.Read More X-FILES Choose Your Own Adventure Highlights Storyscape Launch
The X-Files Game used Hyperbole’s “VirtualCinema” engine, a system designed to deliver immersive cinematic games. VirtualCinema worked by tracking players’ responses and adapting how the game’s characters reacted throughout the game, offering something of a personal and experience.Read More Remembering The X-Files FMV Game
Branching Narrative’s Deathtrap Dungeon will be delivered as a video stream that prompts the user to make choices and direct the flow, offering enhanced gameplay over other recent high-profile ‘interactive movie’ offerings, fully utilising the mechanics from the book.Read More Deathtrap Dungeon Getting Interactive Video Treatment!