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Developer Dan Fabulich
Format HTML
Interaction style Choice
System Other
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Status Stable
Uses interpreter
Multimedia support Graphics: possible. Sound: ambient.
License Freeware
Notes Released: 2010.
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ChoiceScript is a simple programming language created by Dan Fabulich for writing choose your own adventure games -- or what ChoiceScript calls multiple-choice games (MCGs). ChoiceScript is designed to be very easy to use, even for authors with no programming experience. ChoiceScript games are played in a web browser.

Choice of Games is the company founded to publish and promote the development of games in ChoiceScript.

Early examples of ChoiceScript games

Dan Fabulich also wrote three very small games in ChoiceScript for TWIFcomp, where the rules required authors to write a complete game in no more than 140 characters (not including white space).


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