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Conversation Tree Demo
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"This is a functional, elegant example of a conversation tree. Flexible, adaptable. With minor modification it can also be used to create a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style game. Feel free to use in your games, modify, and distribute. Comments and suggestions welcome."

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Genre: Fiction 
Language: Unknown 
IFID: Unknown 
Category: Demo/Incomplete adventure 
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Total Downloads: 175 
File Size: 8 Kb 
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  Fri 15th Feb 2008
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Written by Scurvy Sockpuppet. This demo shows one way to create a conversation tree. Sockpuppet uses the ALR and a variable updated by an expression to track the player’s location in the conversation. Relatively few tasks were needed so it appears to be relatively efficient.

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