One cryptic storyteller is using Twitter to craft thrilling interactive fiction


Numerous esteemed authors have previously relied on Twitter to tell original Flash fiction, but one talented storyteller is pushing his tales way beyond the 140 character limit to create interactive scenarios that put you in charge of the story. Artist Nas Maraj has created a truly engaging story format which combines the thrill of literary fiction with the choice-based storytelling of games. The unusual format essentially serves to transform a series of tweets into an intricate storyline with multiple forking sub-narratives – each taking the story to unknown direction. To make this work, Maraj breaks down the numerous plot twists into…

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