A Library Babbles

Dawn is just emerging now, the birds murmuring awake and the coffee brewing. Somewhere deep within the cyberspace a hyperlink blinks blue momentarily, the suggestion of a library undiscovered and unexplored  🌱🌸

The Library Of Babble has officially launched, and is now available for download on Windows and MacOS. 

It's been some journey, one with untold shivers of warmth and love.  And so I simply wished to take a gentle moment to thank all and anyone who has kindly supported me along the way. Thank you so deeply much for supporting me in this small experimental thing, and here's simply to making the internet a kinder space to inhabit 🌱💙


Library Of Babble - MacOS.zip 40 MB
Version 1 Aug 14, 2019
Library Of Babble - Windows.zip 23 MB
Version 1 Aug 14, 2019

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The concept intrigues me! Any chance you could upload a gameplay video? I have some idea of what the game is, but could use some more clarity. 

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It is very, very simple. You start at location 0.0, then use WASD to move any direction you want. You will come across inputs other players have placed at seemingly random locations, but as you move further, you'll find white feathered pens, that when fully highlighted, give YOU the opportunity to leave a positive message or short story.

My only criticism so far is that because there is no User ID, there is no author attribution, everything is anonymous unless signed by the player in their 300 character limit.  I've personally come across messages of other players even trying to communicate, asking "Who's there??"  My other concern is that if the app updates, what happens if all the inputs are wiped?

Ultimately, I enjoy it and people who enjoy creative writing or inspiring others will enjoy getting to add to the game.  Others will simply enjoy reading others inputs.  There's no goal, no experience, just words frozen in time.


I personally think that the concept of anonymity is genius: if you want to share your 300 word story, you give away the coordinates. Simple as that.