AI Dungeon online game

AI Dungeon  2019


AI Dungeon is a free-to-play single player and multiplayer text adventure game, which uses artificial intelligence to generate content of the adventures. Of course this has some good sides and some bad sides - on one hand you can be given a completely unique experience every time you run it, but at the same time AI sometimes wanders off and creates a nonsensical content.

The whole project also allows users to create their own settings or use pre-made worlds to start their adventures. The number of options is limited to just 3 groups: do, say or story. First one describes the actions of the character, second allows to communicate with other characters, while the third pushes the story forward.





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