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StoryLoom By Pixelberry Studios Launches For Writers And Creators

Writers around the world can now use the platform to showcase their talents and share visual stories with a global audience

Nexon subsidiary and a pioneer in interactive storytelling Pixelberry Studios has launched StoryLoom, a mobile visual story platform that’s designed to empower interactive storytellers of all experience levels. 

StoryLoom’s mission is to offer a platform where creators can release their content without the hurdles commonly associated with traditional publishing, including the need to pitch books, endure lengthy waiting periods and confront the possibility of rejections.

Following a beta phase involving a diverse group of creators, StoryLoom introduces a range of new features and functionalities, notably integrating with the popular ‘Choices: Stories You Play,’ elevating the interactive storytelling encounter. Writers from across the globe can now participate in the platform and share their stories with a global audience.

Carissa Gonzalez, CEO of Pixelberry Studios said, “We’re proud to officially launch StoryLoom as it marks a significant milestone for our vision of democratising storytelling. Today’s launch is a reflection of the invaluable feedback we received from our dedicated community during the beta phase. StoryLoom empowers creators to break free from the confines of traditional publishing, offering a fresh, accessible avenue for sharing their imaginative tales with the world.”

Features and functionalities 

The platform allows users to create and publish a story with its user-friendly and, “Always-evolving toolset” that creators can use to, “Craft their own visual novels and interactive stories and keep all rights to the original content they create.” 

StoryLoom also features a library of books written by acclaimed authors, including New York Times bestsellers like Jessica Khoury (the creator of the story ‘Queen By Night’), Jim Dattilo, Pamela DuMond, and Cassie Alexander. Writers and creators can also upload backgrounds, music, create characters and even build choices in stories. 

As it officially debuts on app stores, StoryLoom has transitioned from being primarily web-based during its beta phase. The platform is actively reaching out to aspiring creators who have a deep passion for writing and are searching for a more flexible platform to showcase their stories. Writers and creators can grab the app from the Google Play Store or App Store

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Isa Muhammad is a writer and video game journalist covering many aspects of entertainment media including the film industry. He's steadily writing his way to the sharp end of journalism and enjoys staying informed. If he's not reading, playing video games or catching up on his favourite TV series, then he's probably writing about them.

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