50 - 100 downloads
- Respectful update of the classic books
- Outdoes any original reading experience
- No lite or trial version
- The app may be more expensive than the real book in a street market
Gamebooks brought back to 21st century
Gamebook adventures were a popular series of well, you know, books, back in the eighties and nineties, that combined choice-your-adventure mechanics with dice and a character sheet (a simplified version of those "true" role playing games use). It was just a matter of time that someone brings them back from oblivion and updates them. This review applies overall to all the GA and related series, as there are no relevant differences regarding interface of playability between them.
Hex Boyfriends, mobile version, is an original story sequel to Vampire Boyfriends. It's more oriented to female teen audiences, though in practice can be read by everybody.
Return to Mountain State College in an all new supernatural adventure. This time you’ve got magical fingers, and you know how to use them. Learn spells, use magic, fight demons or become one, summon spirit animals, and fall in love all in one gamebook.
With hundreds of choices, you can read Hex Boyfriends again and again each time having a completely new experience.
Strange Loves 2: Hex Boyfriends has much of what you love about Strange Loves 1: Vampire Boyfriends plus a few surprises. Features include the option to choose your character's gender, beautiful artwork hand-drawn exclusively for the book, new music, seamless gameplay, bookmarks, achievements, and a complex but fun story.
From Tin Man Games, purveyors of digital gamebooks such as the Gamebook Adventures and Fighting Fantasy series.
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If you haven't already, check out Strange Loves 1: Vampire Boyfriends.
Well worth the price. More romance options than the previous one, and I like the inclusion of being able to be a guy or a girl.
The stories are short and stupid
Over the first book. Couple of minor issues such as sentences repeated twice and the story is very short but nothing that really take away from the story. Great job guys :)