Tag: hypertext fiction

Death, and again: A Critical Analysis of J. Yellowlees Douglas’ “I Have Said Nothing”

Jane Yellowlees Douglas, or J. Yellowlees Douglas, is Director of the Center Written and Oral Communication and an assistant Professor of English at the University of Florida. She completed her undergrad studies at the University of Michigan and received her Ph.D from New York University. She has spent years researching the influence hypertext has had on the construction of digital…

The Quest Through Space

This sci-fi hypertext adventure game is an adventure for all players. Multiple dead ends and circling links have players moving through a virtual maze. Humor is present throughout the entirety of the game, keeping it entertaining and never allowing players to lose interest. Author Deirdra Kiai has created many other games which have received much praise from players. While the game has…

King of Bees In Fantasy Land

King Of Bees In Fantasy Land is a short, yet interesting piece of Hypertext fiction.  In it The reader controls the decisions of the Space Knight, who has the goal of eliminating the Bee King on the planet of Garaxas so that humans, who are fleeing a dying earth, can settle onto and colonize the planet. What is interesting here…

Falling, A Hypertext Fiction

For my creative project, I used Twine to create hypertext fiction entitled Falling.  The concept behind my project was this idea of tone, and how depending on the emphasis put on a word in speech can change the meaning or direction or situation as defined by the dialogue.   I thought hypertext fiction would be an awesome way to showcase these…