The code I used: Twine: HTML5 sound macros | Glorious Trainwrecks.
Eventually, I started reading through Twine related forums and saw that Surgarcube was the standard for multimedia projects. When I looked for stuff about converting Surgarcane to Sugarcube, there was a common sentiment that the only issue people came across was with the sidebar. I removed the sidebar (for aRtIstIc iNtegRity reasons) so I thought it wouldn’t be that painful.
After figuring out how to add new Storyformats into Twine. I came across a new issue.
Context, I used a lot of background images. More precisely, a lot of stylesheets and tags (I can already hear the veteran Twine users laughing).
Surgarcube doesn’t use Sugarcane’s tag system.
While I’m here, Twine/Sugarcane/Sugarcube2 doesn’t happen to have an external API quirk that I should know about, does it?