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This is beautiful, great work. Would love to walk around in this city

by MSG
13 hours ago

Wow, I am 22 years and self thought still trying to be a good artist, I am using blender in a country where no one cares. Thanks a lot for this inspiring article. I am not as good as this, you are very good.

by Netraraj Pun
20 hours ago

Awesome. Really great tips for beginners like me to start working correctly.

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Inform is a design system for interactive fiction based on natural language. It is a radical reinvention of the way interactive fiction is designed, guided by contemporary work in semantics and by the practical experience of some of the world's best-known writers of IF.

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  • Interactive fiction

Interactive fiction lets the player explore your worlds and stories through text. Write adventure games, historical simulations, gripping stories or experimental digital art.

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  • Code that reads like English

Inform’s source reads like English sentences, making it uniquely accessible to non-programmers. It’s very easy to get started.

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  • Platform Independence

Inform runs under Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and more. The games it produces can be played on an even wider range of platforms, including handheld devices, legacy computers and the iPhone.

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  • Support for Teachers

Inform is used in the classroom by teachers at all levels from late elementary school through university. Playing and writing interactive fiction develops literacy and problem-solving skills and allows the development of historical simulations.

  • Community Support

A large and varied community of users write with Inform, which means that technical support and guidance is always available.

  • Accessibility

Inform is widely used with screen-readers and other tools serving the visually-impaired.

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