|The Engineered Method of Delivery.
||[Apr. 27th, 2005|04:39 am]
If more children read, then this would approach a perfect vehicle.
Of the texts, I still find them one of the most engaged and pleasant forms of story.
I was reading over some of your post. Your pretty intresting.. mind if i add you?
I think that a lot of people have trouble with visualization.
I'm sure that if you applied a pre-story of being in a Sliders-like realm of alternate dimensions, that could actually be interesting.
Unless, of course, you had to turn to another book's page 123, to find that it had 101 pages . . .
Sweet, thanks much. Let me know what you think of them, it's been since I was a teenager since I read/played on them and I don't know if they hold up.
2005-04-29 12:46 am (UTC)
Re: Lone Wolf Link.
Well, I pull out the CYOAs, and they hold up, for the most part.
The first book worked well, considering they stayed away from any mention of age, which is a wise move.
Some of those CYOAs, I remember specifically made you feel as if you were a kid, and that was fine for back then, but now, that can be a bummer.