April 18, 2015 6:00 AM | Joel Couture
I don't think there's too many people who love games who haven't dreamed of making their own some day. Daunting as that may be, there are programs and tools that have made that prospect easier. Twine has opened up a lot of opportunities for fiction writers, bringing the interactivity of games to traditional storytelling. RPG Maker has also helped many budding devs create their own turn-based RPGs or other gameplay experiences. StoryStylus is looking to help point-and-click and mystery realize their own visions, allowing creative individuals to build their own webs of intrigue and set up their own complex plots, characters, and settings.