@Arash_Moradian I noticed in the linking post that you mentioned Chronicler doesn’t export in any usable format.
It would appear that based on your post that you are inexperienced with how ChoiceScript works. (I apologize if I’m wrong about this).
So, lets run through the basics:
- Chronicler outputs ChoiceScript code which is used by the ChoiceScript interpreter to make the game playable.
- Under the Tools menu is the Compile option. This will bring up a browser window with a link at the bottom that says “Click Here to Download” Download the file and you can open it in any web browser (including on your mobile phone)
- Alternatively @dashingdon’s free CS webhosting should allow you to post your game for others to play.
this link provides other methods for publishing your game.
this link provides a basic tutorial on how CS works. While Chronicler provides a layer of abstraction from the underlying CS code, understanding how it works will be extremely beneficial for writing great games!
As regards the ability to use Persian characters in Chronicler, I’m afraid there is not much I can do about that at the moment. In fact, as far as I’m aware there simply isn’t any CS games written in a language other than English. (don’t quote me on that ;))
However, I can understand wanting to perhaps include a puzzle that uses foreign characters as glyphs. To accomplish this, you can convert them to an .png image and use the CS *image command to display them to the user.
Good luck and welcome to the wonderful world of ChoiceScript!