Love the Gary Chalk artwork and as a game book it's a decent adventure Gary Chalk's drawings are grubby, energetic, baroque and a little bit twisted, making him a perfect artist for early Warhammer. He brings the same quality to this particular book where you're a simple lackey on his way to a fortress and gets caught up in small scale misadventures. That's it...there's nothing epic in scope about Gun Dogs. But that's to its strength, you're a schlub thrown in because you're a criminal who can hold his own in a brawl. You get good equipment but that's because the world is an unusually dangerous one. There's no world to save, no Dark Overlord to kill and this book doesn't need one.
Great game! Doing my third play-through. Thoroughly enjoying this title, and I was sad to find at the end of my first one that this is the only title in this series so far. Fantastic world, engaging battle system, and a really nice read. Hope there will be more!
Poorly written Tinman have a record of producing high quality game books and their game engine enhances their offering. It is a shame then that their latest outing is so poorly written. From grammatical errors, through a bizarre imbalance in the amount of detail provided, to fundamental issues with pacing and plotting (the back story is both ridiculous and poorly executed) the most important aspect of a game book - the story - has been sadly neglected here. Best avoided.
Works with Android Marshmallow I am very disappointed that the developer was never able to fix issues with crashes that rendered play impossible. It finally works with the newest Android. The story is good, and the artwork is well done. I finished the story in about an hour. I look forward to future Gun Dog adventures.
Another keeper I just love these Gamebooks. Absolutely fantastic art in this one. The same quality we have come to expect from Tinman games.
Keeps crashing It seems like it's a good game but it keeps crashing on the menu screen.