I’ve been attempting to muck around with Sugarcube for the first time, which involves a lot of confused search queries and increasingly desperate attempts at figuring out what kind of questions to even ask to get answers, with the documentation pulled up and several random blogs or old threads. Good time.
While attempting to figure out what you could do to the sidebar in Sugarcube, I ran across a Tumblr post that had a question sent in asking about recommendations about similar blogs- and to my surprise, found a bunch of interactive fiction projects and makers I’d never heard about here. I imagine most of them are choice based, as much of the overlap seems to be with the general writing community on Tumblr who lean that way, but I thought I’d link the post for people who are curious about what’s going on over yonder.
Interestingly, a lot of the promotion or development blogs for IF pieces there are styled in a way I associate with the larger literate (so, long form prose, not texting or chat speak) roleplay groups that had a big hey day a few years back. Lots of emphasis on graphics and aesthetics and tidy organization.
EDIT TO ADD: Have briefly flicked through some of their posts/blogs. Some of these projects have a startling amount of words- one mentioned 100,000 in a chapter update. Lots of Twine, which I expected.