|Original author(s)||Mor. H. Golkar|
|Initial release||6 March 2021|
|Operating system||Linux, macOS, Windows|
|Type||Game engine, electronic publishing tool|
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Arrow focuses on being a no-code development platform, utilizing nodes and graphs to create storytelling hypertext. Users can place atomic narrative blocks (nodes) such as
user-input, etc. on a grid and link them with graph connections to create both content and logic in the visual editor.
The main software (editor) itself is developed on top of Godot (game engine) and the source code is mainly in GdScript.
- "Arrow: Game Narrative Design Tool". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
- "Arrow: Releases". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
- "Arrow: License". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
- "Arrow: Official Runtime". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
- "Arrow Wiki: Project Data Structure". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
- "Arrow Wiki: Quick Start Guide". Retrieved 2021-04-25.
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