End Where We Begin

How we turned our branching folktale game into a set of hardcover illustrated storybooks.

Brooke Condolora
Feb 14, 2018 · 4 min read
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Maximum line length written for the game.
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Burly Men at Sea’s branching story in Twine.
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The Brothers Beard as they appear in the game and in extra-stylized book form.
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They turn to the filled shelf. “Ye’ve done it,” whispers the old man, simply.

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