The War of the Worlds marks the second interactive release from storyFix Media after The Pulse was released in 2019.
A woman gains access to a trove of data collected by the National Security Agency through surveillance of the main characters and, as a player, you have to search through the data to piece together a story of what happened, including why the people were under surveillance in the first place.
Regardless of audience choices, the film’s story always ended the same. This was an issue for the Communist Party.
Interactive narrative design has come to Celtx.
A common complaint from viewers of the recently release interactive Black Mirror episode, “Bandersnatch”, is that pausing the show’s narrative to engage with binary choices was a nuisance that disrupted the narrative flow.
Great news, IF fans! In a fourth quarter earnings call, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos confirmed that more interactive fiction content was coming to Netflix. “We’ve got a hunch that it works across all kinds of storytelling,” Sarandos said. “And some of the greatest storytellers in the world are eager to dig into it.” He went […]