What is another name for nonlinear storytelling?

I remember watching a video on YouTube about a form of nonlinear storytelling in relation to a video game or video games in general. It was named after a book which used it. The guy from the video was explaining it as a bunch of tangents leading into each other and in random directions and eventually getting to the end. He had a flow chart with things like "point A to point B to point G to point C" etc. I really want to watch that video again but I can't find it. If anyone knows the name of the video or that type of storytelling I would love to know.

3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

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  • 2 months ago

    A lot of literature uses nonlinear storytelling, going all the way back to the Iliad in 8th century BCE, so I have no idea what book in particular that video may have mentioned. I've heard it called "branching narrative" in video games or a "shaggy dog" story when in real life (such as a person telling a long tale full of tangents). There are various software tools for writing interactive games, such as Alice (alice.org). That's the only thing I can think of that would be like the title of a book (Alice in Wonderland). 

  • open narrative?,   might be wrong..

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