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version 1.2 on Sep 20th, 2013

Tale is a framework for creating interactive fiction (text adventures), or MUDs (multi-user dungeons).

It's still being developed and new features are implement along the way, but the current version is quite capable of running an interactive fiction story world. Development is currently focused on the single player Interactive Fiction mode. The multi-user (MUD) aspects of the framework have been put on the back burner for now.

An example test/demo story is included in the stories directory of the distribution archive. This will require you to extract the source archive manually.

You can also run the tiny embedded test story like this, after you've installed te framework:

$ python -m tale.demo.story

The source code repository is on Github: https://github.com/irmen/Tale

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Last updated Sep 20th, 2013

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