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Fiascomatic : A Framework for Automated Fiasco Playsets

@inproceedings{Horswill2015FiascomaticA,
  title={Fiascomatic : A Framework for Automated Fiasco Playsets},
  author={Ian D. Horswill},
  year={2015}
}
  • Ian D. Horswill
  • Published 2015
  • We present Fiascomatic, a mixed initiative system for generating consistent scenarios for the indie storytelling RPG Fiasco. Players can repeatedly generate scenarios, locking down aspects of a scenario they like and regenerating aspects they don’t, until they arrive at a scenario they find entertaining. It is not a story generation system; it generates scenarios from which players then generate stories. Nor is it intended to generate optimal scenarios; it generates random scenarios which the… CONTINUE READING
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