Linden Lab’s ‘dio’

I wanted this to be a lot cooler than it actually is. It’s a toolkit for making Scott Adams-style adventure games, the fancy kind with pictures rather than the text-only Infocom ones. Six years ago we were thinking we’d have Second Life in a browser tab any day now…

Exclusive: Linden Lab’s ‘dio’ to Let You Gamify Your Media for Fun and (Eventually) Profit – Forbes

Do you think Instagram would be more fun if it were an experience rather than a site? Do you think advertising could benefit from more interactivity? Do you like playing games? Do you want to make money the new-fashioned way? Linden Lab says they have what you’re looking for.

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