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Azure Maya Mystery: The inner workings of a static web app


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Azure Maya Mystery

You have heard all the great things about the Azure Maya Mystery Mansion but do you know the BTS of how this text-based game built with Twine was created?

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Bahai Al-amili

Great work

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Chris Noring Author

thanks :)

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Jan Schenk (he/him)

There was the question on the YouTube chat if the source code for Azure Maya Mystery is available on GitHub?

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Jen Looper

The source code for the actual mystery is github.com/jlooper/azure-maya-mystery

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Chris Noring Author

it is.. Aka.ms/game-engine
It contains everything you need to build a similar game minus, localization and PlayFab.. but markdown, JSON, game engine - it's all there :)

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