ChoiceScript is a simple programming language created by Dan Fabulich (and others?) for writing choose your own adventure games -- or what ChoiceScript calls multiple-choice games (MCGs). ChoiceScript is designed to be very easy to use, even for authors with no programming experience. ChoiceScript games are played in a web browser.
Early examples of ChoiceScript games
- Choice of the Dragon (Dan Fabulich; 2010).
- Choice of Broadsides (Dan Fabulich; 2010).
- The Sons of the Cherry (Alex Livingston; 2010). Entered in IF Comp 2010.
Dan Fabulich also wrote three very small games in ChoiceScript for TWIFcomp, where the rules required authors to write a complete game in no more than 140 characters (not including white space).