However much I liked the convenience of using Twine for my dialogue, I couldn’t make game on there. Well, I technically could but I did not have the know-how or perhaps the right version of Twine in order to make that happen. I had read through the manual for Twine on how to add images and whatnot to your stories but it was not clear on what could be used on Twine and what was for Twine 2 nor did I find it easy to understand what to use or how. It was more than confusing to me and without an understanding of html, it would have been a fruitless endeavour that would only result in wasted time.
As a result I had to start the long and tedious process of converting all my Twine-written dialogue into a more Unity friendly format as the html files the stories are exported as weren’t exactly compatible with Unity.