Not as enjoyable as the others One of the more difficult books, not as enjoyable because the combat is quite unwieldy. Still worth downloading bit try the other ones first. The storyline was also a bit monotonous.
Another excellent book! This was never my favourite FF book growing up, but in playing it now, it's a lot of fun :) brings back great memories. The developers have done an awesome job with the graphics and overall atmosphere of this gamebook :)
Doesnt work Im on a samsung galaxy fame. It opend but when I click start or options the app restarts.
Rehash of star trek Yeah, this game is Yugg....i suppose. pretty much all it is is little events. And each of these events are taking straight from Star Trek. There is the very first event from voyager... then i just had the same thing happen to the captian ingame as happened to Kirk in one of the TOS episodes. Ill keep playing it to see if everything is a blatant rip. Im sad about that actually... the sorcery game that has steve jacksons name on it is phenomonal and i thought this was like that.... this is unoriginal and kinda makes me not want to get any more gamebooks. The writing in Sorcery was great and gave me tingles. The writing in this s 2nd grade and choppy. Dont get it. I wonder if all tin man games are like this... i aint gonna find out!
Good production values but nothing else. Those who complain that it's ripping off Trek miss the point that it was made for that audience some 30 or so years ago. Sadly good production values are all this game has & it's not worth the money. Unlike other FF books, main thrust of the story falls to the background rather quickly & it becomes a repetitive job of choosing whether or not to visit one random world after another. Other than that you have no meaningful input into the plot & it becomes uninvolving rather fast. Buy it on a deal or not at all
Fantastic, early 1980's Fighting Fantasy book This was the first sci-fi Fighting Fantasy book from the early 80's - and a great nod to the beloved 60's Star Trek. The new artwork looks amazing. Well done Tin Man!