“* inklewriter is an easy-to-use online tool to write basic interactive stories.
* ink by comparison is a more powerful narrative scripting language that is primarily designed for professional game development, though it can also be used to write and share choice-based interactive fiction. It is also surprisingly easy to learn, though for ease of use it’s hard to beat inklewriter!–https://www.inklestudios.com/ink/
- Cait Kirby’s playable page using Twine and Sugarcube and the tutorial on both
- The House of Cenci, “a free-roaming text adventure with live performance on Zoom across four weeks.”
- The Impossible Bottle, the joint winner of the 2020 Interactive Fiction Competition
- Tully Hanson’s Writing and telescopictext.org that was used to produce it
The whole post is gold for anyone interested in what’s going on and the tools in current use with the interactive fiction community. My knowledge of the tools stopped at Inform 7.