Polymorphic fi ctions offer a unique methodological opportunity to stretch current notions of the role of delivery media and environments in the meaning-making process, as well as understanding narrative and game modes. At present, though, current theories that directly describe these practices are not attending to the meaning-making process or the issue of the copresence of narrative and game modes. This chapter discusses the contributions multimodality makes to the study of polymorphic fi ctions, and what both of these contribute to narrative, game, and media studies.