As a little Philosopher, creating stories both fictional and real is more than second nature, it’s a lifestyle. So the prospect of a willing audience is very appealing. However, a brief but detailed look around the website seems to indicate that coding the games is relatively easy, albeit story mapping displays tendencies of becoming overly complicated with increasing ease as the story grows. That however does not trouble me nearly as much as the subject to which this thread is named.
Choice of Games has been around for a while now, but only 36 games are hosted on this website. Is this due to a lack of interest in actually publishing games for sale, implying that User created games that aren’t published are released elsewhere for free? Or is it that the standards by which Choice of Games chooses to host a game are dauntingly high?
As someone who is interested in adapting some of their previous works to this interactive style, I’d be very interested in knowing if my efforts would be worthwhile or not. After all, time is a precious commodity, one I would see well spent.