elad771, The Wordsmith

Member Since

2/24/2017

Last Activity

10/1/2022 5:34 AM

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263

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28

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0

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1 win / 0 losses

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Storygames

Getting Milk
unpublished

TBD


the lord of the labyrinth
unpublished

This is my first story/game I ever made. Criticizing is encouraged.

About the story-
Live in a mind of a wizard in his forties, which somehow got stuck in a dimension worst than hell, though filled with mushrooms. Its also a metaphor for the Labyrinths of choices which are our live, or whatever.


The Shmorps
unpublished

When Ezekiel almost gave up on creating with science a living organism, something strange happened. Shmorps, he called them. He was not sure what's their purpose, but he was sure that they had one. One can't just be blurted out from the abyss with no sufficient reason behind it.

This is an entry for Endmaster's Prompt Contest, following the following prompt-

"A story where a mad scientist has just created a new ... animal? species? creature? race? Whatever it is, she has an army of them, and things aren't ever going to be the same."


Vaults and Vipers
unpublished

Oh No! The Fat Monarch threw you to the vaults! Try to survive and thrive by eating blue moss off the walls, looting bad guys and bonding with companions you might find even in the darkest of places. If you let yourself, you might find the unfathomable truths of The Vaults.

Disclaimer! This is more of an RPG than a story, don't expect anything different.


Recent Posts

Uvoltard Thread on 9/16/2022 3:50:22 PM

Okay, I'll try to make a mathematical argument:

"In mathematics, set A is a subset of a set B if all elements of A are also elements of BB is then a superset of A."

I kinda see minecraft as a squarified approximate superset of so many games. I mean you could probably play fortnite on some minecraft server or mod, but the opposite claim does not hold. So, under that assumption, If minecraft has greater or equal amount of content that you like (which you specified as fortnite content) I'd say it qualifies as being 'better'.


Government poll on 9/2/2022 11:48:03 AM

I think the last two sentences you wrote are not necessary. I don't see anything wrong with sharing views and discussing them. If someone is not informed just take their opinion with a grain of salt. No need to try to limit speech before anyone said anything.

Aside from that, I personally think that delaying the inevitable is futile. We should make everyone take a comprehensive 12 page questionnaire and feed the answers into the brilliant super ai overlord. It will make all government related decisions for the people, and will bring us faster to our doom/paradise. It will of course render all politicians to be utterly useless, but there's not much difference in that regard to the status quo.


Using JS to change variables on 8/6/2022 9:02:46 AM

Ah, I guess that makes sense. Thanks for answering!


Using JS to change variables on 8/6/2022 8:39:05 AM

So I found out you can include javascript to change PAGETEXT, for example like

$PAGETEXT:= "(script)

bla bla bla some cool js code....
(/script)"

And it works for adding text or buttons or whatever. But is there a way to use js to change regular variables? I tried

%VAL:="(js code that returns number, for example (script)document.write(7);(/script))"

When I try to do this it stores 0 in %VAL, I guess because everything inside the quotation marks is translated to a string.

The same goes for changing DEST:

$DEST:= "@P"+"7"

works well, but

 $DEST:= "@P"+"(script)document.write(7);(/script)"

 doesn't.

Does anyone know how to change other variables than PAGETEXT with js? Or alternatively how to use js variables to change pages in the storygame- because the main reason I need to store the js variables in the storygame %VARIABLES is to use them to change to other pages. Plus I'm not sure if the js variables get saved when passing between pages so that's another thing.

That's about it, any helpful and nonhelpful comments are appreciated.


Slay! Loot! Burn! A Story of the Crusades on 7/19/2022 3:38:42 AM

When you realize the crusades were just one of those organized all included group roadtrips but they let 'Crusader' write his version of events in the history books.


Prompt Contest Results on 7/14/2022 3:47:56 PM

Actually, I meant to congratulate Mahashian Di Hatti Private Limited, the second largest spice producer and seller in India.


Prompt Contest Results on 7/13/2022 6:20:15 PM

Congratulations to Mystic, MDH and everyone who submitted something.


Copying from other websites, and helping the lazy on 7/12/2022 12:41:08 PM

Two random ideas, probably someone already mentioned them. People are lazy, so my ideas are about making it easier for them to choose the right storygames to read (with less effort Interface-wise).

1. Wikipedia-like pop up windows. Displaying more information about the story is probably a good thing as it helps to choose the right story to read. There is a description, but you can only read it after you click. So the idea is displaying a window with the description of the storygame when resting your mouse on the story name and it will show the description, similar to the blue terms on Wikipedia.

2. Youtube-like related videos. This will probably require an algorithm of sort, and be more helpful for bigger sites. But if you show similar storygames in the right of the screen, under under the story rating and tags it might be helpful. There are categories already, so I'm not sure how relevant it is. The only positive is that if it's implemented well it saves 1. going to the storygame tab 2. finding the right category 3. scrolling and clicking on another storygame.

 

 


EndMaster's Prompt Contest completed entries on 7/11/2022 5:45:22 PM

Sure thing


EndMaster's Prompt Contest completed entries on 7/11/2022 7:20:24 AM

Oh, Israel. I did spent two years in the US at the dark times of middle school though, it was great there.

Yup, too bad I didn't start the morning thing sooner, It's fun. Preferably with the addition of a cup of coffee.