One of the best as far as customization Although this one isnt the best written, the art, battles, and level of customization (you not only roll your char, but your spaceship and crew too!). You get to pick who to take on missions, and planet combat is group on group instead of you vs everyone. Thats awesome.
Having fun but... I've played this a few times through (dying every time...) but I've hit a wall at page 112. There is no way to proceed! The only option is x'd out. Edit: and now it's fixed.
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.
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
A faithful conversion of an old FF book. Unfortunately not a good one. You begin by creating a long list of stats and characters that you will never use. Then you make decisions based on pure guesswork (blue planet or green planet?). Then it ends by telling you "You lose and you'll never know why."
Like most FF, it's not remotely fair, but still fun. The presentation and sound is perfect. I'm happy to rediscover this many years after I first read the paperback.
Roleplay a fantasy god - Decision maker - Text adventure - Chat stories sorcery