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Orbit: Digital Storytelling – Write Your Own Narrative Game Using Ink
June 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
During last month’s Digital Storytelling meetup, we discussed the process of incorporating Ink story scripts within external game engines such as Construct. But did you know that you can also use Ink as a standalone tool to create narrative games?
This month’s gathering will cover the basics of how you can write your own browser-based interactive fiction with Ink. We will also talk about some of the special features that the Inky editor provides when exporting web games, including built-in support for adding images to your story.
Even if you weren’t able to attend our previous Ink discussion in May, you will still be able to follow along with this month’s lesson. You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of Ink scripting while creating your own simple game, and you will also learn how to export your game and uploading it the web to share with others.
NOTE: Due to the current circumstances, this is an online-only event. We are hosting it on our Discord server, which you can join using this link: discordapp.com/invite/mrTDyau
For more information about how to join the TVGS Discord, visit techvalleygamespace.com/discord.
ABOUT ORBIT: DIGITAL STORYTELLING
Do you like to write? Do you like story based games?
If you are new to game development you can learn how to create interactive stories using Ren’py, Twine, or other game engines! We will also discuss other aspects of writing, game design, and interactive fiction.
The Digital Storytelling Orbit group meets at 1pm every first Saturday of the month in the #general-voice channel of the Tech Valley Game Space Discord. These group meetups provide opportunities for participants to share information, discuss projects, ask questions, and obtain guidance from experienced mentors.
Orbit is a community-driven mentorship program designed to provide greater opportunities for learning and collaboration at Tech Valley Game Space than ever before!
The goal of Orbit is to bring current and aspiring game makers together based around mutual interests, and provide a consistent environment for sustained skill development, personal growth, and community building.
Orbit groups are run as informal, drop-in sessions. However, we do ask that you sign up in advance and read the age guidelines for each group before participating. To sign up, visit techvalleygamespace.com/orbit.