Posted by: Adam Strong-Morse | Comments (6)
We have now made the ChoiceScript interpreter available through GitHub, a public repository for shared code. You can download the ChoiceScript interpreter, a very simple sample game that you can edit, and some automatic testing routines for debugging purposes at http://github.com/dfabulich/choicescript/. Clicking on the Download Source button on that page will download an archive with all of the relevant files. As we mentioned before, the ChoiceScript Interpreter is available under a free non-commercial use license. Contact us if you’re interested in a commercial license.
We’ve added some more explanation to the Intro to ChoiceScript page that should help explain how to start editing the sample game into a real game. That said, it’s still very rough and incomplete. We’ll add more information over time.
We’ve also set up a GoogleGroup for discussion about coding in ChoiceScript: http://groups.google.com/group/choicescript We encourage you to ask any questions you have about coding in ChoiceScript there.
We’re very excited about the community’s interest in ChoiceScript, and we’re happy to help you get up to speed. Good luck with your projects!