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Twine Lets You Create "Choose Your Own Adventure" Stories with Ease

If you ever thought writing your own choose your own adventure or text-based game would be too difficult, the free storytelling tool, Twine, makes it a piece of cake. Read more...

Morning Docket: 01.26.15

Senate Republicans are contemplating abolishing filibusters for SCOTUS nominees. This could go one of two ways: it could work out nicely for them, or explode in their faces. It's like a choose your own adventure game. [POLITICO] When...Show More Summary

Weekstarter: Apocalypse Ponies, Cyborg Biker and 18 Other Things You Need to See Today

Apocalypse ponies! Batmobile stroller! The ferocious frilled shark! Choosing your own adventure on Twitter! These and 16 more items you may have missed over the weekend are here to start your...

Create your own Adventure Time game in this great iOS app

Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time isn’t just a popular kids’ show, it presents one of the richest and most surreal animated landscapes I can remember seeing on a TV show. In other words, it’s perfect for sparking and unlocking young people’s imagination … Read more ›

Adventure Time Game Wizard Review

The control issues are annoying but Adventure Time Game Wizard offers plenty of charm, along with a way to make your own levels. The post Adventure Time Game Wizard Review appeared first on 148Apps.

Draw your own levels in 'Adventure Time Game Wizard'

Cartoon Network is putting the power to create games into anyone's hands Monday, as fans of Adventure Time can build their own levels inside the Land of Ooo. The just-released Adventure Time Game Wizard gives mobile gamers the ability...Show More Summary

Get delightfully lost with this route-enhancing motorcycle sat nav

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

We love a bit of "Choose your own adventure" action, and if a recent Twitter game is anything to go by, so do many of you. The problem with most formats is that they're, well, embedded in a book, or behind a screen. What if you could straddle your Ha...

Great Job, Internet!: Many grisly deaths await with Twitter Choose Your Own Adventure

The thrill of reading Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks as a kid was in the dying. Sure, you could play to win, but it always seemed like the authors had more fun and put more creativity into the many scenarios of horrible death that followed the selection of a wrong choice than the relatively pedestrian scenarios of success. Show More Summary

You Can Play a Choose Your Own Adventure Story Over Twitter - Yo???u??'????r???e??? ??????t???h????e???????? ???s????????t??a?????r?!????????!

2 weeks agoOdd : Geekosystem

Wanna be chased by terrifying unnamed specters all over Twitter until you die in a myriad of horrifying ways? Are you also perhaps a fan of the the eldritch horror aesthetic? Now there's a simple, surreal little time-waster that is sure to delight you. Or give you nightmares. Probably both, we expect.

Daily Deal: Own The Pocket Sized Super-M Portable Bluetooth Speaker

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

In today’s iLounge Deal we’re offering the water- and sand-proof Super-M Bluetooth Speaker for only $89. Coming in at only half a pound, the Super-M provides quality sound for all of your outdoor adventures from beach days to snow days. Show More Summary

Western Beef, Where The Price Of Cod Depends On Which Stock Photo You’re Looking At

Consumerist reader Jenifer was perusing the weekly Western Beef circular for the chain’s Florida stores when she came upon a bit of a choose your own fish adventure with pricing. At the bottom of one of the pages of this week’s Western Beef circular in at least South Broward County, where Jenifer lives, there’s a promo touting cod fillets at … [More]

A ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Story That Plays Out on Twitter

2 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Internet consultant Terence Eden recently created a story in the style of classic Choose Your Own Adventure interactive fiction novels that plays out on Twitter. Each step, of which there are 23 total, has its own Twitter account with a tweet that points to two different Twitter accounts–unless of course the player has met a […]

Someone made a Choose Your Own Adventure game that you can play on Twitter.

2 weeks agoOdd : Happy Place

Here's a new, better way to waste time on Twitter. You should probably be asleep. I've created a "Choose You Own Adventure" on Twitter. Start here ? @wnd_go Pleasant dreams. — Terence Eden (@edent) January 12, 2015 UK techie and self-described...Show More Summary

'Play Freely at Your Own Risk'

A history of adventure playgrounds, which offer children the opportunity for no-rules recreation

Play Choose Your Own Adventure on Twitter

Control your own destiny in this text-based Twitter adventure game.

A Scary Choose Your Own Adventure, Now Playable On...Twitter

"They're here. Oh God! They've found you!" And so it begins. You have two choices: run, or hide. Read more...

Play A Creepy Choose Your Own Adventure Game On Twitter And Enjoy Dying

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

If you loved the Choose Your Own Adventure books (and dying over and over again between their pages), here's some good news: you can play a chooseable path game right now through the magic of Twitter. The bad news: you're going to die. A lot. Read more...

Gawker Montana Cop Breaks Down in Tears After Shooting Unarmed Man | Jalopnik Why Owning A Lamborghi

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Gawker Montana Cop Breaks Down in Tears After Shooting Unarmed Man | Jalopnik Why Owning A Lamborghini Countach Is A Gigantic Adventure | Jezebel Your Smartphone Is Turning You Into an Ugly Jowl-Monster | Lifehacker Escape a Car Chase Safely with the Bootlegger's K-Turn | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

I Played This Twitter-Based Choose Your Own Adventure and Died a Lot

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

I'm admittedly terrible at "choose your own adventure" stories. Flipping through them as a kid, I'd always peek at whatever page the story directed me to, read the first couple sentences, and if I liked where things were going, I'd stick with it. Turns out not much has changed in 20 years. Read more...

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