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Authoring system
Links Home page Download Run online
Developer Alex Warren
Format HTML
Interaction style Choice
Systems Browser, Windows, macOS, Linux
System details
Latest version 5.1.3 / 25 Mar 2019
Status Stable
Uses interpreter
Multimedia support Colour, graphics, sound: possible.
License MIT
Notes Released: 2014.
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Squiffy, created by Alex Warren, is an open-source tool for authoring hyperlink interactive fiction. Works may be created in a dedicated Squiffy editor (online or downloaded) or in a text file. Authors write stories using Markdown, and Squiffy compiles the source to generate HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. A work in Squiffy may have two types of pages: "passages", which let players interact with the current scene, and "sections," which move to the next scene in the story.

Squiffy was first released on July 26, 2014.


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