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Winter Superstitions: A Choose Your Own Fate Book

Every year I go a little extra for my holiday cards. This year I created a choose-your-own-adventure mini-book based on winter/holiday superstitions. Do you pet the cat? Clean up the pine needles? Your choices determine if you live to see a happy New Year or if you'll be departing this world before the sun comes up. [more inside]
posted by haplesschild on Dec 18, 2023 - 3 comments

Bean Salad

Choose your own adventure, bean salad edition. [more inside]
posted by aniola on Aug 8, 2022 - 10 comments

Home Of Hell

"Home of Hell is an interactive fiction story in which YOU! must brave the horrors of the infamous Home of Hell to say goodbye to your grandmother one final time." A (slightly) humorous homage to classic Fighting Fantasy books (especially Steve Jackson's House Of Hell), this story contains scenes of sadness, despair and the proliferation of infuriating annoyances that lead inexorably to a mounting atmosphere of anxiety, terror and, eventually, scenes of mildly gruesome horror. [more inside]
posted by dng on May 21, 2019 - 0 comments

Space Temple

I made an interactive fiction story with Twine. It's about finding out a childhood friend you lost touch with has died, and playing through an old video game you started together but never finished. [more inside]
posted by prize bull octorok on Jul 10, 2015 - 5 comments

Dickens.me: Collaborative serial storytelling

Dickens.me is a community creative writing project to craft an interactive adventure in the style of the "Choose Your Own Adventure" stories, with authors writing chapters of up to 400 words that each end in two choices for the reader.
posted by quarantine on Jun 15, 2014 - 0 comments

Adventure Cow: Make a Choose Your Own Adventure-style novel for NaNoWriMo!

Adventure Cow is a site that lets you play stories where you choose which page to go to next (kind of like those CYOAs you used to read when you were younger). If you're thinking of writing something for NaNoWriMo, why not go interactive? [more inside]
posted by Make Way for Ducklings! on Oct 31, 2010 - 4 comments

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