(There is also a downloadable PDF version of the tutorial - the wiki version below will be the most up-to-date though)
You will definitely want to read these sections before starting on your own games.
By now you should be able to create a simple game. Read on in the tutorial to discover how to make it more interactive.
- Anatomy of a Quest game
- Using scripts
- Showing a map
- Custom attributes
- Custom commands
- More things to do with objects
- Using containers
- Moving objects during the game
Now you're able to create a pretty sophisticated game, you probably don't need to read all of these sections - but Quest is a very powerful system, and if you want to master it, read on!
- Changing the player object
- Using timers and turn scripts
- Changing templates
- Text formatting
- Using lockable exits
- Using lockable containers
- Using walkthroughs
- Multiple choices - using a "switch" script
- Debugging your game
- Releasing your game
Most people probably won't need these features, unless you're creating something very special or very big!