- Part 1: Playing “My First ChoiceScript Game”
- Part 2: Choice, Finish, and Ending
- Part 3: Scenes
- Part 4: Using Variables
- Part 5: Text Formatting and Images
- Part 6: Fairmath
- Part 7: Inputs
- Part 8: Labels and Subrountines
- Part 9: Meta Commands
- Part 10: Customizing the Stat Screen
ChoiceScript is a scripting language from Choice of Games LLC for creating choose-you-own-adventure games.
Through tag-like commands, ChoiceScript supports formatting text in different ways.
To bold text, put the opening bold tag, [b], before the text and end it with the closing tag, [/b].
Like using bold tags, italics works the same way but with the [i], opening, and [/i], closing tags.
Because ChoiceScript will read text as run-together, the command *line_break can be used to break text into multiple lines.
ChoiceScript supports more than just text. Images can be used through the *image command.
When included images will fill the available space and will have default alignment of “none”.
Other alignments can be set using the keywords “left”, “right”, or, the default, “none”.
Note: Images must be in the same folder as the other files during development. When using the ChoiceScript IDE, go to Project –> Open folder in Finder (on Mac) to easily find and open the folder.