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If an IF work is a sandwich with the [[prologue]] and [[endgame]] being the outer layers, then the middle game is the filling.  This is where the main plot progression occurs, where the main puzzles are addressed, and where the bulk of the player's time will be expended.
 
If an IF work is a sandwich with the [[prologue]] and [[endgame]] being the outer layers, then the middle game is the filling.  This is where the main plot progression occurs, where the main puzzles are addressed, and where the bulk of the player's time will be expended.
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Latest revision as of 09:01, 10 August 2007

If an IF work is a sandwich with the prologue and endgame being the outer layers, then the middle game is the filling. This is where the main plot progression occurs, where the main puzzles are addressed, and where the bulk of the player's time will be expended.

See also structure.