This week’s material really interests me because it is so creative in which you don’t know where you will end up. I was trying to think of a how to describe the way These Waves of Girls links to different paths, and then it clicked when I read “Dragon War Text Adventure,” where it talks about choosing your own adventure. I think choosing your own adventure is the perfect way to describe how These Waves of Girls is set up because different phrases lead you to different stories that all seem somehow interconnected. I think it is interesting that Nintendo Power chose to market “Dragon War Text Adventure” by making it a “choose your own adventure,” as if they somehow knew people would respond positively to it. “Choose your own adventure” makes me think of my childhood with those books where you could choose different situations in a story, which would lead you to a different outcome. It seems as though people like control over where they are going, which is why I think these types of interactive reading and games are so appealing. There is not one way in which you must go, but several different possibilities, which creates the appeal and fun. I would be interested to know more people’s opinions on “Dragon War Text Adventure,” as only three people left reviews. Has anyone ever played this game?