Say, does anyone know of any good tutorials/articles/videos/ebooks on writing for Interactive Fiction in general, and/or Twine specifically? It can be for parser style games too, I have no trouble with that.

Trouble I'm having is that internet searches basically get me mostly surface-level stuff that doesn't get into the real meat of writing for the medium, and with no regard for whether they're good or not.

@Nezchan it's an abstract question. you mean nonlinear narrative design conceptually?
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Good question. I'm thinking more in terms of interactive narratives that are compelling nonetheless. I'm not certain that's the same thing as nonlinear, although I imagine there's overlap.

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