Lone Wolf Saga
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Free, no ads
- The original Lone Wolf, word by word.
- Lack of tutorial, rules may be unclear at first
- You can't cheat dice results!
The original Kai saga for Android
As his "millenium gift", Joe Dever, Lone Wolf's and Magnamund, gave the rights of his work to mankind. That should have ended wars in the world by itself, but as we humans exchanged natural selection for widespread stupidity in due time, nobody cared about it.
Nobody? A brave group of volunteers kept that treasure alive as if it was (it might well be indeed) the holy grail of modern fantasy literature, allowing for other brave Kai disciples to port it to mobile devices. And here it is, free of charge, without ads, till the sixth book so far, as it was Joe Dever's wish.
We can only regret several missed chances: firstly, the chance of choosing character genre. Secondly, the chance of adding the revised content; and lastly, the missed chance of adding additional artwork, glossaries and Magnamund lore.
Anyway, that's all. Download it, no matter if you were an eager Lone Wolf reader at the time or want to discover one of the myths of the late 20th century literature.
The world of Lone Wolf, the Kai Master created by Joe Dever, is coming on your Android Phone.
"The Prisoners of Time" is here.
You have been exiled to the Daziarn Plane. Your wow to fulfill the Magnakai Quest and restore the Kai Order is at risk! Will you be able to overcome the adverse conditions, get back on Magnamund and defeat Darklord Gnaag?
This application wants to be a complete collection of the saga, starting from the Kai levels of "Flight From the Dark" and "Fire on the Water", up to the last levels of the Kai Grand Master.
This application makes use of the internet edition of the books, as collected, edited, corrected and re-published at www.projectaon.org
Fight your way through the minions of the DarkLords, navigate the seas of the Magnamund, and make wise use of your Kai Disciplines to survive in an hostile environment.
Use the options menu to gain access to the map, to your inventory and to all the options for the game; if you enjoy the game, please support it by donating through the in-game interface.
Create and save more profiles, select you favorite Kai Disciplines, carefully choose your way exploring the world of Sommerlund, play and replay the game for free for as long as you like; if you find any bugs, you can send me a report in real-time through the game-interface.
I want to remark, I do not own any rights regarding the books; Lone Wolf is a creation of the great Joe Dever, and the Internet editions used in this application belong to the staff and members of www.projectaon.org; I am, however, responsible for everything regarding the algorithms and interfaces of this application.
I hope you will enjoy your adventures in the Magnamund!
- New features: Book 11, The Prisoners of Time, is now playable.
- The bugs reported from the previous versions have been solved.
- please note: if you encounter any problem, first try to re-download the DB's; NEVER uninstall the app to avoid losing your profiles
Please be sure to download the latest Databases (1.9.0)!
Awesome work, wish more apps like that to come, bring me back to my heroic childhood ;) good work
I want to commend the developer on a really wonderful job well done by translating the books into a format which is very user friendly and easy to use. It rekindles a lot of childhood memories and it's absolutely amazing to be able to play this on-the-go on my phone. I wouldn't mind paying for the whole series to be honest, I hope it gets released soon!
It's really great to be able to play again with Lone Wolf gamebooks, especially on a smartphone! The software is well made and the interface is nice. I hope the author manages to complete the Lone Wolf series, and maybe start one of the others :)
Love this game ^.^
This literally the greatest nostalgic app I have ever came across. I was trying to do something much like this myself. Thank for making lone wolf available to me.
Can't wait for book 12!
Reminded me of old school gamebooks.