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GameScroll

GameScroll is a system for playing and writing interactive fiction like the Choose Your Own Adventure or Fighting Fantasy gamebooks. Instead of flipping pages, it runs them as an impartial gamemaster.

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  •  30 Jul 2006 06:24

    Release Notes: A load/save bug was fixed. Display problems were fixed.

    •  03 May 2005 16:04

      Release Notes: Custom commands were added, such as magic spells or using carried items. Automatic mapping was added. Commands were added to add tiles and text to maps, initially blank, and set a "You are here" marker.

      •  26 Apr 2005 04:55

        Release Notes: Full HTML markup is now used, including fonts, colors, and inline images. Choices are hyperlinked for mouse users. URL hyperlinks launch in the user's default browser. An author-defined score/character sheet page was added. Additional programming commands were added.

        •  21 Apr 2005 06:55

          Release Notes: Support for images and sounds was added. Programming functions were added, allowing you to write more complex adventures. Platform-native look and feel was implemented. Error reporting was improved.

          •  17 Feb 2004 13:56

            Release Notes: You can now save games on pages marked by the adventure author, and load games from any page.

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