D3.5 – First Storytelling Framework

Samuel Mascarenhas, Rui Prada, Pedro A. Santos, Kam Star, Manuel Freire Moran

    Research output: Book/ReportDeliverable


    This document presents the first release of the project’s storytelling framework, which is composed by two assets. The purpose of this framework is to facilitate the use of interactive storytelling for the development of applied games. More precisely, the framework is meant to aid developers in the creation of game scenarios where both players and autonomous characters are playing an active role in a narrative that unfolds according to their actions. The document describes the current state for the assets that are part of this framework, also providing links to the source code of the assets as well as associated demonstrations and documentation. The primary audience for the contents of this deliverable are the game developers that will use the proposed framework in their development process. The information about the specific RAGE use cases that are using the framework is written in Deliverable 4.2.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2016


    • RAGE
    • storytelling framework
    • applied games
    • game scenario
    • software asset


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