It's got its charm but so far I can't find the sarge The game book captures the 40k atmosphere nicely. However I'm not impressed with the graphic design especially compared to other Tin Man books. My biggest frustration is with a battle against 4 Wytches that must be done in 3 rounds. When you lose, one possible choice is that something intervenes to save you otherwise it's game over.
Okay but having trouble Like it. Not sure about support for this game though. I emailed developer about a problem but have had no response. Section 197 gives 2 choices however, both go directly to section 6.
Warhammer (amazing) + tin man (quality) = total rubbish. How do u guys do it. The mind boggles. Warhammer is dying cos of really bad ideas an shoddy work. Let me know when u can be bothered to create a game worthy of the Warhammer title.
I have been a fan of Tin Man's adventure books for a long time and over that time I couldn't help but see other developers advancing the genre whilst these books seemed to be happy with sticking to the same template and functionality. Appointment with Fear was a good attempt at trying something different but it couldn't seem to escape the limited amount of choices from the source material. This latest offering goes further in the right direction and it doesn't play like their other adventure books. The fighting is engaging and the atmosphere is what you can expect from WH40k, the 3d models are of a high standard. 4 stars for sure, I just have to see how it pans out before I give 5 stars. So far, it is imo the most engaging adventure book from Tin Man Games yet and I look forward to the rest of the trilogy. Edit; after playing this for a while I can see this as a massive improvement and feels more like Chainsaw Warrior than a gamebook, but still has a really good story. 5 stars.
Some choices are based on luck In order to get the best ending, you need to succeed in "Wheels of Fate" during one key point of the story, this makes all the choices and accomplishments that you've done previously useless as wheels of fate really depends on luck. Also, there is only 1 good ending, once u reach that there aren't much point to reply, unless other gamebooks such as "To be or not to be", which has diff of endings to unlock.
Choices that lead to instant death/failure with no chance of rolling for success or taking action. Absolutely not worth the high price. $.99 value at best.
Bug Fix: This should fix an issue where the game would not start correctly for users that had their phones language set to French, Italian, Spanish or German.