Interactive storytelling is a form of computer entertainment in which players take on the role of a protagonist in a dramatic storyline. The term was coined by Chris Crawford, a main proponent and developer.[1] Interactive storytelling and interactive fiction are distinct in that interactive storytelling focuses on drama and dynamic circumstances, whereas interactive fiction traditionally (but not necessarily) focuses on puzzle-solving and navigating through pre-conceived circumstances. Well-written examples of both should be nonlinear.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


Tinker Bell or TinkerBell or even Tink for short was a character created by J.M. Barrie's for his 1904 and 1911 play Peter and Wendy.
The Disney Version of Tink appeared in 1953 in the animated film Peter Pan, and at the time she was animated with no dialogue, but she still became one of Disney's Magic Kigdom icon for more than half a century. Advertising and promoting multiple shows and attractions for Disney. She is a well love character by all, and has to be my favourite character on Disney Channel. 

1 comment:

  1. Isn't it amazing that a character who never speaks can have such storytelling (and marketing) power? Even in her "jibberish", she conveys such a strong character. J.M. Barrie is a genius and is definitely under-appreciated for the literary masterpiece of Peter Pan.