Interactive fiction in Python ?

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I’ve just been researching Interactive Fiction (aka text adventure) systems written in Python. I’ve always wanted to make an interactive fiction, but never quite got around to it. I even started learning the Inform language a few years back, which can be compiled to run on the Infocom Z-machine interpreters (like Frotz, among many others). Of course, I’d rather write it in Python since there’s more chance I could add some custom features to the game.

As tempting as is it to reinvent the wheel and write my own IF interpretor in Python, I figured it was likely that others had already done this grunt work for me. After a bit of Googling, so far Python Universe Builder (PUB) looks like the best option. Hopefully this will save me from the grue.

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3 Responses to “Interactive fiction in Python ?”

  1. I took a quick look at the PAWS documentation … it certainly does look well documented, and being written in Python means it shouldn’t be too tough to integrate a PAWS interactive fiction game as a component of some other larger graphical Pygame creation. The downside is that it appears much more verbose when compared with Inform to do simple things … but I get your point … doing very tricky things in Inform would turn out really painful, if not impossible. I think I’ll check it out PAWS properly before embarking on any serious IF project. Cheers ! sanafi 20 mg tadalafil


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