Ever thought of writing an interactive story?


The diagram below is an example of a story that branches from choices on each page. Simply remember that each page must have a unique title (using exact spelling and lettercase).

In this example there are four different endings (pages 5, 9, 10 and 11).

You’ll also notice that some pages only have one link rather like a next button (e.g. page 4 to page 11) and some pages can be linked to from more than one other page (e.g. page 4 and page 8).

You can find instructional tutorials on YouTube and details in the Twine Cookbook – but I’d keep things simple to start with.

Have a play around with Twine. See where your imagination takes you. Who knows, we may introduce a competition for different age groups!!