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 ==== Built-in Story Formats ==== ==== Built-in Story Formats ====
  
-There are three story formats that come with Twine, and they serve different purposes. ​+There are three story formats that come with Twine 2.0, and they serve different purposes. ​
  
 **Harlowe** is the default story format, and is focused on making it easy to add basic interaction to your stories in a readable, concise way. Its home page is [[http://​twine2.neocities.org|here]]. ​ **Harlowe** is the default story format, and is focused on making it easy to add basic interaction to your stories in a readable, concise way. Its home page is [[http://​twine2.neocities.org|here]]. ​
  
-**Snowman** is designed to be used by people who are familiar with writing JavaScript and CSS, two broadly-used Web technologies,​ and makes it easy to build a heavily-customized reading experience. Its home page is [[https://bitbucket.org/​klembot/​snowman-2|here]].+**Snowman** is designed to be used by people who are familiar with writing JavaScript and CSS, two broadly-used Web technologies,​ and makes it easy to build a heavily-customized reading experience. Its home page is [[https://github.com/​klembot/​snowman|here]].
  
 **SugarCube** comes from the world of Twine 1, so if you are already familiar with the story formats that were used by Twine 1, you'll find it comfortable to use. You can also draw on the vast number of Twine 1-related resources on the web and use them as-is. SugarCube also has the ability for your reader to save their progress into separate slots, similar to a console video game. Its home page is [[http://​www.motoslave.net/​sugarcube/​|here]]. **SugarCube** comes from the world of Twine 1, so if you are already familiar with the story formats that were used by Twine 1, you'll find it comfortable to use. You can also draw on the vast number of Twine 1-related resources on the web and use them as-is. SugarCube also has the ability for your reader to save their progress into separate slots, similar to a console video game. Its home page is [[http://​www.motoslave.net/​sugarcube/​|here]].
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-It looks like the <<​print ​$keyColor>> ​key will [[open the door]].+It looks like the $keyColor key will [[open the door]].
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 No way forward here, unfortunately. No way forward here, unfortunately.
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