Photopia

Photopia Screenshots

Browser version

Interface primer
Introduction
Starting location
A multiple choice and a transition
Moving to another part of the story.
Now you are controlling someone else!
A rich fantasy environment, but only for a few turns
Mission accomplished, and on to the next transition!
Playing yet another scenario.
Title screen (Glulx version interpreted through the Zag Jag interpreter)
Text parser instructions
Story opening
A jarring introduction
One way to end a sequence
A colour launches a perpendicular narrative.
On the red planet. The vocabulary lessons will be cleared up later...
The sea-blue level is underwater
The plot thickens
No, this isn't an homage to Yellow Peril -- but maybe there's a bit of the King Midas myth in it.
Conversation choices
Curious encounters in the forest
The peculiar purple portion practically plays itself. (A-ra-ta-ta-ta-tata, a-rata-ta-ta!)
Title screen and starting location of Spanish version

Photopia Screenshots

DOS version

This question is not as trifling as it may initially seem.
Text parser instructions
Story opening
A jarring introduction
Conversation choices
A colour launches a perpendicular narrative.
On the red planet. The vocabulary lessons will be cleared up later...
Rescue breathing smiulator!
The sea-blue level is underwater
Some educational exposition
Sky-blue isn't just a colour but an optimistic tautology.
Suave moves
A jarring plot twist
The peculiar purple portion practically plays itself. (A-ra-ta-ta-ta-tata, a-rata-ta-ta!)
Wrapping it up.

Photopia Screenshots

Windows version

Title screen
Text parser instructions
Story opening
A jarring introduction
Conversation choices
A colour launches a perpendicular narrative.
On the red planet. The vocabulary lessons will be cleared up later...
The sea-blue level is underwater
No, this isn't an homage to Yellow Peril -- but maybe there's a bit of the King Midas myth in it.
Some educational exposition
An astute encapsulation of adolescent awkwardness
Suave moves
A jarring plot twist
Curious encounters in the forest
The peculiar purple portion practically plays itself. (A-ra-ta-ta-ta-tata, a-rata-ta-ta!)
Wrapping it up.