Interactive fiction is fiction where you as a reader can be an active participant in the story.
IF forum: intfiction.org.
Tools: Inform, TADS, Dialog, Twine, Choicescript, Ink
People: Emily Short, Andrew Plotkin, Jon Ingold, Christine Love, Aaron Reed, Chris Crawford, Porpentine
Z5-9 Clients https://www.ifwiki.org/Interpreter
inform7 authoring tool
ink authoring tool
twine authoring tool
The story formats in minified format under story-formats/ exist in separate repositories:
Sugarcube 2 Macros https://github.com/ChapelR/custom-macros-for-sugarcube-2
Chapbook https://github.com/klembot/chapbook Want a quick look at the output Chapbook produces, or the way you write a code for it? Take a look at the story and its Twee source code. If you’ve never used Twee before, it’s a compact text-only format for Twine stories. The main thing to keep in mind is that each line beginning with :: describes a new passage.
Snowman story format https://github.com/videlais/snowman
Twison story format https://github.com/lazerwalker/twison (for Monogatari)
Cradle - Twine and Unity https://github.com/daterre/Cradle
Tear-off UI: add a QR code with the room URL to your Start passage. When another client joins, stop displaying passage text in the first browser and instead display full-screen images/video/Flash/Unity.
Animated gif https://github.com/idea135/gif-it-up
Twee2 compiler https://github.com/Dan-Q/twee2
TweeGo compiler http://www.motoslave.net/tweego/
Twine cookbook https://github.com/iftechfoundation/twine-cookbook
Harlowe audio https://github.com/ChapelR/howler-for-harlowe
Temple of no https://github.com/sno/the-temple-of-no