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StorytronStorytron is an "interactive fiction" system composed of an authoring tool called Swat and a "playing" tool called Storytron. Authors create story worlds by defining the actions or "verbs" that the player or the computer controlled characters (NPCs) can perform, and define what the possible reactions of other entities can be to those actions. Players interact with the story world (through the Storytron tool) by constructing expressions in a symbolic language called Deikto that specify what they want their character to do or say in the fictional world. The Storytron enterprise is the brainchild of Chris Crawford, who is one of the visionaries of the computer entertainment world. Chris has written five published books: The Art of Computer Game Design, now recognized as a classic in the field, in 1982; Balance of Power (the book) in 1986; The Art of Interactive Design in 2002 ; Chris Crawford on Game Design in 2003 ; and Chris Crawford on Interactive Storytelling in 2004 .
Only You Can Prevent WildfiresTruSoft: Artificial Contender™OWL Writing ExercisesWelcome to the updated OWL exercise pages. For the past year and a half, we have been working on updating the OWL page design and OWL navigation based on our OWL Usability Project findings. As part of this process, we have also been working on correcting and updating our exercises. To navigate the OWL exercises, please use the navigation bar on the left. If you cannot find an exercise you have used in the past, or if you have a suggestion for adding an exercise, please let us know. Note: Users may notice that the OWL exercises no longer offer the dropdown option.