Text-based games have been around since the 1960s, expanding and evolving into MUDs (Multi-User Dungeons) and other popular interactive fiction formats. These games captures the hearts and imaginations of users, and their mechanics can still be seen in games today.

Dialog interactions are present in the majority of games developed in the past two decades. These interactions deepen immersion and give a greater since of investment in the story and game itself.

Most of these dialog interactions, however, only use basic branching. Dialog branches form a dialog tree of different explicit choices and results. …

Renee Gittins

Renee is a Solutions Architect at Spirit AI, and passionate advocate and connector for developers and diversity in the game industry.

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