Types Of Choices To Put In Stories (Basic, Advanced, Etc)

I need to know all kinds and how to use them so I’m able to properly add them in my stories frequently. I’m bad at knowing when to add them…

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You can have simple choices like a dressing game or you could have dialogue choices or point choices (this is where whatever the reader chooses would play a role later in the story.)

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There are 3 types of choices:

  • simple/basic choice
  • typed-in choice
  • tappable choice

Simple/basic Choice

CHARACTER
What do you want to drink?

choice
“Apple Juice” {
} “Soda”{
}

Typed-in Choice

A typed in choice is where readers can type in a response. It’s how reader’s type in their name.

input What do you want to drink? | What do you want to drink? | Done (DRINK)

You can read my full typed-in choices guide HERE

Tappable Choices

A tappable choice lets reader tap on overlays to make a choice. The format is the same as a basic choice, except use the word “tappable” instead of “choice” and you use the overlay names as the option names.

tappable
“OVERLAY NAME 1” {

} “OVERLAY NAME 2” {

}

You can read my full tappable overlays guide HERE

Yeah, basically what @wherearetheturtles @Dara.Amarie said! In stories, the choices are things like outfits, what to say to other people, love interests, what to eat/do, etc. It all depends on what story you are writing

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I mean in general. I mean types like basic, advanced, locked, typed in, etc. I need a full list so I can add them to a story I recently got reviewed as well as my others/upcoming

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Oh, sorry! Look at what Dara typed up, that gives you an overview! If you need more help, you can watch Joseph Evans’ tutorials, those are really good and helpful.

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