[NetBehaviour] Interactive story examples
lol at sn0wcrash.net
Mon Aug 12 13:15:19 CEST 2013
Not sure how much relevant, The Garden of Forking Paths (Jorge Luis Borges, 1941) is IMHO a good example of early literary form of hypertext.
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> From: "dave miller" <dave.miller.uk at gmail.com>
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> thanks Rob!
> Very useful list-
> Commedia del'Arte - that's an interesting angle
> The My Little Pony fanfic is amazing!
> cheers, dave
> On 10 August 2013 20:11, Rob Myers < rob at robmyers.org > wrote:
> > On 10/08/13 10:15 AM, dave miller wrote:
> > >
> > > People always refer to Stuart Moulthrop "Victory Garden" and "Afternoon"
> > > as classic hypertext examples, but I find that other "classics" dont get
> > > quoted, and I wonder if this
> > > is down to laziness, or that interactive stories dont get much attention
> > > generally? Or maybe I'm just looking at the wrong books?
> > Commedia del'Arte (the predecessor)
> > Adventure (Crowther & Woods, the original)
> > Dungeons & Dragons (another original, if you need a particular scenario
> > then "Keep On The Borderlands" or "Temple Of Elemental Evil")
> > Zork (Adventure++)
> > Habitat (network VR on Commodore 64s)
> > Day Of The Tentacle (a classic point & click adventure)
> > Myst (the big crossover)
> > The Sims (reality TV era ambient storytelling)
> > LambdaMOO (the collaborative crossover)
> > Second Life (the VR crossover, there are a number of narrative/literary
> > sims)
> > Also anything to do with FanFic. "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic"
> > fanfic is probably the most recent example with academic coverage.
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