Interactive Narration - Introduction to Twine

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Basic Element

Twine


Educational
Difficulty Begginer
Target Audience Student
Language English
Subtitles Spanish
Context Distance learning
Resource Type video
Typical Age Range +18
Learning Time 6 minutes
Platform Others
License
Is it paid? No
Version Public Domain
Gender
Addresses Non-binary Language No
Addresses Genders No
Addresses LGBTIQ + Visibility No
Address Diversity No
Address Gender Stereotypes No
Address Non-binary Identities No
Address Trans Identities No


Type

Tutorial 


Purpose

Introduction to Twine and how to use it. Twine is a free, open-source tool for writing narrative stories, so anyone can create a game using this system.

Used in Workshops

Video


Annotations

Chapter Teaching Video Games
Area Pedagogical Tools
Comments


Download the file that is used for the project: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7foqahr5tq2zfus/57North_Twine.html?dl=1