AI Dungeon is a game which generates an adventure based on your inputs. It is… surprisingly good. It will react to your commands and will remember some of what you’ve input in previous commands.
In my first adventure, it told me that I was a knight who had to go fight a dragon. I decided to test its limits and offered the dragon “a lucrative career in sales.”
It accepted and flew away. I told the game that I wanted to return to the home office and was greeted by a “very surprised saleswoman,” who wanted to know what was up with the dragon. I told her to get the dragon a new employee packet. She said something like, “Yes sir! He’s very good at what he does!”
Unfortunately, when I woke up the next morning I found out that there was nothing to eat for breakfast because the dragon had eaten everything in the kitchen. I think the game still had me in a castle because I’d chosen a “fantasy” framework at the beginning of the adventure.
Anyway, I fed the cook to the dragon and did some other stuff. I attended a seminar about how to better deal with dragons, then started a dragon-killing franchise. I told the game I wanted to skim money from employee salaries, and it told me that I accomplished this by giving my employees substandard dragon-killing skills so that they all died on their adventures and I got to keep their wages. I earned enough money to retire to an island and got a “congratulations - game over” message.
If you fight the game too hard it will mess up, but if you go with the flow it can produce pretty great stuff. The article at the top has a link to download it on iOS and Android.
I’d be interested in hearing about other people’s adventures and will post more of mine if anything else cool happens.