Media Arts

Interactive Storytelling

This class will introduce students to a few different types of interactive storytelling, including ergodic literature, choose-your-own-adventure books, and 360 video; however, it will focus most on interactive fiction. After being introduced to various types of interactive storytelling and different structures and methods for creating interactive stories, students will use what they’ve learned to create their own interactive fiction using Twine. Students will be given the opportunity to share their works in progress — essentially playtesting their interactive fictions — with their classmates to get help, feedback, and fresh ideas as they work on their pieces. The goal is for students to leave the class having finished their first polished, playtested, and (if they desire) published interactive fiction piece.

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