Raiders of Icepeak Mountains

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About this game

The orc tribes of Icepeak Mountains are threatening human settlements. Do you have the courage and determination to defeat their clans? Try to survive deadly dungeons and level up as an adventurer.

"Raiders of the Icepeak Mountains" is a 140,000 word interactive gamebook by Adrao, where a combination of your choices and the roll of dice will determine your destiny. The game is text-based, with artwork allowing you the chance to actually see the exotic locations and dungeons you will visit on your journey.

You will start as a novice adventurer, either a fighter, cleric, wizard or rogue, and level up through a series of quests, either those related to the main story of the game, or other side adventures. The dungeons you will visit have some element of randomness to them, ensuring that even if you play multiple times you will still discover some new secret rooms and monsters. You will have to carefully choose between the abilities and spells at your disposal, and manage well the treasure you loot to buy a variety of objects that can help you in your quests.

• A gamebook similar to those written in the 1980s and 1990s.
• A dice-based RPG with Roguelike elements. No two games will be the same.
• Detailed branching narrative system.
• Play as male, female, or nonbinary. Choose from among several romance options.
• Four character classes to choose from: fighter, wizard, cleric or rogue.
• Over 30 different spells to choose from. Will you use a vampiric ray to absorb the energy of your enemies and heal yourself, or the invisibility spell to pass by them without being noticed?
• Multiple types of melee attacks and abilities to use. Cripple your enemies with powerful blows, or adopt a defence stance.
• Dozens of magic objects to use, from magic weapons to potions or scrolls.
• Hordes of enemies to fight, each with their own characteristics and weak points. Will you manage to defeat orc warlords, overcome powerful elementals, and slay mighty dragons?
• Several illustrations to enhance your experience.
• Try several different difficulty settings. Play as a mighty invincible hero, or struggle to defeat the game on the harder modes. What is the maximum score you can reach?
Updated on
Sep 6, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

70 reviews
Brett mcp
July 8, 2023
Very short for something that could have been infinite. But free updates years later, makes it better. The progression is very short, the game could be amazing if it had a few towns and a refreshing system but the higher level stuff isn't even really an option because the end of the main story will get you and then there isn't even anything to stick around for after because it's lacking any major side quests.
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Adam Young
April 23, 2022
This is a unique choice game with a randomly generated dungeon experience. The best part is actually the story driven parts of the story: specifically the main plot line with the Orcs. The dungeons are not too bad but tend to be repetitive in the sense that alot of the choices are the same over and over again. The stats can be confusing because you think you have alot of points in sneak or lockpick for example and it's still not enough. I wish there were more character development in this game.
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Tuan Bui
December 23, 2021
A welcome change from the standard fair of hosted games content. There are just a handful of dungeons and only about 2 main quests, plus it takes quite a bit to get going, but once it does, the gameplay is rather refreshing and there are a number of different play styles. I love the randomness of the dungeons, and that there is even a dice combat, level and skill check at all beyond simply making choices and watching what happens made it worth playing. Please keep making similar, longer games.
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