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Tin Man Games
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by Michael George on 17/01/2014
Really enjoyed all of these game books
by Dragon Ambridge Adams on 25/12/2013
Played books 1 & 3, which were very good. This one, sadly, was a big disappointment... Badly written and with dull choices. ("Left, Right, Straight ahead"...). The only good thing was the artwork.
by Jonathan Merkle on 03/11/2013
I have a kind of love/hate relationship with the gamebooks from Tin Man Games. On one hand, they're making gamebooks in this day and age, and they understand that sometimes bookmarks and rerolling dice are necessary to avoid utter frustration. On the other, they've developed the worst combat system I've ever seen in a gamebook, and their bookmark system has both fundamental problems and a few bugs
by Richard Cope on 01/11/2013
As with all Tin Man Gamebooks and Fighting Fantasy adventures, these are truly magical. You can tell a lot of hard work goes into them. Worth every penny.
by Kevin Joel on 01/08/2013
We need Warlock Of Firetop Mountain!
by neil carr on 16/02/2013
I don't read at all but all has changed, glad i invested in this.
by Jason Martin on 22/01/2013
This is the first of two of these game books I've bought and I was hooked immediately. Looks like I'll have to buy the rest. The story is compelling and game play is straightforward and doesn't slow down the pace at all. It's recommend this to any RPG or fantasy fan.