Sinking into your couch on late nights and tuning onto Netflix will never be the same again. Netflix is proud to launch its first interactive “branching” narrative episodes Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale and Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile, where you now have the freedom to click and control how the stories unfold.
Though it’s released as a children’s programming space for interactive storytelling, it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try as a throwback to your childhood storytelling days where you can let your imagination run wild.
You can even talk to the screen, as though the characters can hear you. It becomes a two-way conversation and is definitely something new to discuss with your midnight Netflix buddies.
One of the stories you could try is Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale that was released on 20 June 2017. Determine Puss’s escape route from a magical book of fairytales by choosing between two main storylines with two distinct endings to his story.
This could be the start of something really big. Imagine getting to choose between different endings and talk to the characters in Stranger Things or 13 Reasons Why. Game changer!
Interactive Storytelling on Netflix is available on TV experiences as well as iOS devices.
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