Hope everyone is well. We’ve just announced a new little thing - a fun diversion, hopefully! - looking for short “campfire tales” to include in our upcoming narrative strategy game, Pendragon.
Full details are here:
Pendragon is inkle’s upcoming narrative strategy game, set in AD 673, between the fall of Camelot and the final battle at Camlann. What we’re looking for We’re looking for submissions of 500-or-so-word lightly interactive “campfire tales”, for...
(I’m not often on this board so questions here might get missed; but there’s an email address in the doc, and Twitter and our Discord channel are quick ways to ask questions.)
(PS. Hope the mods are happy with this being in “competitions”, it seemed the closest fit.)
I had fun writing a story for this, but the true value to this for me was seeing how Ink scripting works.
I’m not 100% sure this isn’t just a plot from Inkle to get everyone to try using Ink for once, but if it is I’m very happy with the results.
I’ve heard from plenty of people who
loooooOOoooove Ink and use it all the time. Which is awesome. I really like it as well, but it’s more of a modular tool for bigger things. I think it meshes well with Unity. And as with this request, it lets writers produce material that can be easily slotted into a larger project.