WASP, The Contributor

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7/22/2013

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4/18/2014 8:12 PM

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The Murder at the Museum

Collect clues in a museum to find out why a man was murdered there. This started as a test to figure out the difference between the basic and advanced editor, but then I got into writing it. Have fun!

Edit: Be sure to click on 'Interrogate' and 'Investigate' on the first page.  Once in your inventory, you can use them on the main story pages to get more information.  Once you have used your skills, be sure to go back to the main story page to continue.
PS: don't worry too much about 'winning' as some of the less than perfect endings are humorous as well.


Recent Posts

Writing first story on 7/22/2013 6:48:34 PM

I feel the same way.  My story has a strong puzzle element to it and writing it into the editor would make it hard to keep track of what clues the reader has already been given.  Hell, even in Word it's tough after the fourth or fifth choice.  I almost want to write everything on cards so I can arrange them visually.


Writing first story on 7/22/2013 3:43:18 PM

Thanks


Writing first story on 7/22/2013 1:05:49 PM

So I'm working on my first story and am trying to decide how to do it so everything matches up. When you guys write stories, do you usually write straight into the editor, or do you use an outside writing program, like MS Word, then copy the finished story into the editor?