If you are upgrading and using a non-English localization, this will cause your stories to be saved to a slightly different folder than before. Instead of Twine → Stories, they will now be saved to Twine → [the word “Stories” as translated to your language]. You will probably need to move your existing stories into this new folder.
This is a significant update from the 2.0 series. If you're upgrading, please read the notes below before beginning.
If you are upgrading, then making a backup copy of your stories folder is recommended. To do this, launch Twine 2.0 and choose Show Library from the Twine menu. Quit Twine, then make a copy of the folder that was revealed. (If you are using Linux and Show Library doesn't work, your stories folder is located in
If you had added custom story formats previously, you'll need to re-add them after updating to this version. The process works exactly the same as before. Sorry for the inconvenience – you will only need to do this once.
If you do not see any stories after upgrading, double-check your Twine directory by choosing Show Library from the Twine menu. Go up one level from here. You may see two directories: one called “Stories,” and another named Stories in another language (hopefully your preferred, non-English one). Move the story files from Stories to the folder with the localized name and they should be back once you re-launch Twine.
If you would like to continue using 2.0.11 online, it is still available at https://twinery.org/2.0.11.
Twine 2.0.10 has the same changelog as 2.0.9, but it includes Harlowe 1.2.1, which fixes a problem with
Twine 2.0.8 has the same changelog as 2.0.7, but with two small but important changes:
This is the first release in the 2.x series to offer native apps for desktop OSes.
This format should be called just “SugarCube”, and is identical functionally to what is normally bundled.