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The first twelve Lone Wolf books were published in England by Sparrow Books, which became Beaver Books during the run of the series. Fairly early on, Hutchinson released The Lone Wolf Adventures , a hardback volume containing the first two gamebooks.


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Lone Wolf Saga The most famous Game book Saga, the world of Lone wolf books free Wolf, the Kai Master created by Joe Dever, is coming on your Android Phone.
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You are Lone Wolf.
In a devastating attack the Darklords have destroyed the monastery where you were learning the skills of the Kai Lords.
You are the sole survivor.
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The LONE WOLF adventures are a unique interactive fantasy series - each episode can be played separately or you can combine them all to create a fantastic role-playing epic.
There's a great android app version of "Lone Wolf Saga".
It's an app version of the Project Aon version.
It's free and really well done.
It keeps There's a great android app version of "Lone Wolf Saga".
It's an app version of the Project Aon version.
It's free and really well done.
It keeps track of items etc for you so no need for pen and paper.
There's also "John Dever's Lone Wolf" but that's a fancier app that costs more.
I've not tried that one.
I was a child before I read it; I was something more than a man after I finished it.
I had the first two Lone Wolf books as a child and read and re-read them many times.
Now through Project Aon, where you can read nearly the whole series legally for free on-line I've just discovered them again.
In fact I've spent a lot of my free time this week, reading through the first five that make up the "Kai" series.
One really good feature of these online editions of this the first series is the "seventh sense" program that keeps all your statistics for you, and to a certain extent cuts I had the first two Lone Wolf books as a child and read and re-read them many times.
Now through Project Aon, where you can read nearly the whole series legally for free on-line I've just discovered them again.
In fact I've spent a lot of my free time this week, reading through the first five that make up the "Kai" series.
One really good feature of these online editions of this the first series is the "seventh sense" program that keeps all your statistics for you, and to a certain extent cuts out cheating, although you can set the program up in various ways to enable cheating.
Only the first "Kai" series is available for use with this program so far, the rest I believe I'll have to keep the records manually using the online built in action chart.
This first book, sets up the story as you chose your paths in an attempt to deliver a message to the king there are many ways to go and in this first one the paths don't converge as often as in many of the latter books, so it is possible to read this one with only the first and last sections the same, providing you are successful in your quest!
It's a shame these type of books have fallen out of favour they were wildly popular for a time in the 1980's, I suppose the rise of computer games put pay to them, but no matter how good computer graphics get they can never be a good as those you create in your mind!
After hearing that Project Aon was generously granted permission by the late Joe Dever to make available the majority of his Lone Wolf series for free, I had to journey back to my somnolent days of youth by downloading this first instalment.
As far as "Choose Your Own Adventure" books go, I spent almost as much time printing the Action Chart, the accompanying full colour map and creating my character which was an adventure in itself as I did navigating the story itself.
Some four combat encoun After hearing that Project Aon was generously granted permission by the late Joe Dever to make available the majority of his Lone Wolf series for free, I had to journey back to my somnolent days of youth by downloading this first instalment.
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I finished the adventure in 40 min!
I ended the adventure with 17 endurance points, 10 damage.
I finished the adventure in 40 min!
I ended the adventure with 17 endurance points, 10 damage.
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You play the part of Lone Wolf, survivor of the massacre of the Kai Lords of Sommerlund, and your goal is to make it to the capital of Holmgard to warn the King that the Darklords of Helgedad are invading.
There are also a couple of free apps for iOS and Android that use the Project Aon data.
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You are the sole survivor.
You must set off on a perilous journey to the capital city to warn the King of the terrible threat that now faces his people.
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Flight from the Dark is a book that I read multiple times as a child and which helped shaped my early appreciation for reading, fantasy, and adventure stories.
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Flight from the Dark is a book that I read multiple times as a child and which helped shaped my early appreciation for reading, fantasy, and adventure stories.
This, along with the great number of Choose Your Own Adventure books of the same era, quickly became an exciting and preferred option because they offered my young and curious mind something which a traditional book did not: the option of click />It created a narrative of exploration on my part, and became an interactive experience that I was able to lay some ownership over due to my own agency.
What set the Lone Wolf series apart from many of the other options were that it asked its readers to assume the role of the protagonist over a series of books, rather than just a single entry.
Each book contained a few pages that allowed the tracking of equipment, health, special items, enemies fought, and achievements gained, and which could then be transferred from book to book, creating an overarching story of which the reader could say that they had successfully 'played' through.
As this web page may already know, I have a difficult time investing in fantasy, though I've always enjoyed this series.
There may be something to be said for nostalgia in this instance, but I think that fantasy is easier for me to enjoy when it's an active and participatory experience, rather than a passive one.
Having just completedand having been inspired to revisit the fantasy genre based on a few essays by C.
Lewis inI decided to visit the website where all twenty-eight of the books are free to read and play through.
It's a great resource for those who enjoyed these books previously, who want to read through them now, or who want to share them with the next generation of possible fans.
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Having survived an attack on the monastery where you were a disciple of the Kai disciplines, you must journey to the capital city of Holmgard where you must report the attack to the King.
The Tolkien influences are very strong early in this series, the setting filled with evil creatures that are stand-ins for orcs, goblins, wolf-riders, and ring-wraiths.
There is a certain blending of genres, however, as the player may encounter creatures with a very Lovecraftian feel.
There is enough distinctness in the later books that it does feel like it's own world, though it cannot escape its generally derivative nature until much later in the series.
Flight from the Dark includes challenges primarily in the way of navigating to Holmgard while avoiding roving bands of war parties scavenging the countryside as they begin their invasion against the people of Sommerland.
There are a few instant death results, which are often annoying, especially when they cannot be deduced, though the reader can just return to the previous entry and select again.
Some decisions are relatively obvious though they are of an appropriate level of challenge for young readers.
The adventure was enjoyable to revisit, some twenty odd years since my last read through.
I recommend this book and the series to those who enjoy a good and quick fantasy story it took me around an hour to complete and for young readers who want to experience 1980's fantasy through the medium of a game book.
Quick and enjoyable - I look forward to reading through the rest of the series.
There are also platforms developed that are available on the website that take care of all the manual game recording for you.
I decided to check it out again.
This adventure is damn hard to complete.
There are also platforms developed that are available on the website that take care of all the manual game recording for you.
I decided to check it out again.
This adventure is damn hard to complete.
I was finally successful after 10 tries.
Now I remember why I didn't buy the second one.
I'll carry my character over to the second book and see if they improved on the game mechanics.
It was fun trying to make it through the entire book without dying though.
That's my new challenge.
Try to make it through at least one without dying at all so I can get recorded in the Halls of Fame of the book player on this website.
Never mind, it seems you gotta get through all five in a series without dying.
UPDATE: May 2019 My computer crashed with all my data so I decided to start over instead of starting from book 13.
I'm playing with the Seventh Sense gamebook player from the website mentioned above.
I'm playing on Hardcore settings, which are Base Combat Score 17 and Endurance 23, same as my prior playthrough.
Book 1 : Died Once I remember those books were a huge thing when I was in elementary school, I used to borrow them from the library and spend afternoons dying in gruesome ways.
Now has all the books online and even provides an action chart to keep track of your stats and items -- in short it's perfect and takes away all the tedium of endlessly rolling dice.
Obviously I had to attempt to play through all 28 books.
The plot is cheesy 80s fantasy at its best, but it's got that nostalgia factor that makes i I remember those books were a huge thing when I was in elementary school, I used to borrow them from the library and spend afternoons dying in gruesome ways.
Now has all the books online and lone wolf books free provides an action chart to keep track of your stats and items -- in short it's perfect and takes away all the tedium of endlessly rolling dice.
Obviously I had to attempt to play through all 28 books.
The plot is cheesy 80s fantasy at its best, but it's got that nostalgia factor that makes it still highly replayable.
Obviously, after that I replayed the book because I missed the Crystal Star Pendant, and since I didn't remember where it was I ended up dying a lot.
The Lone Wolf series is great series!
I remember the joy I felt reading these while I was a kid.
These were the ultimate Choose Your Own Adventure-style books and, more than that, they were like playing a one person role-playing game that your character could continue on adventures in future books with the equipment he gained in previous books.
I remember the joy I felt reading these while I was a kid.
These were the ultimate Choose Your Own Adventure-style books and, more than that, they were like playing a one person role-playing game that your character could continue on adventures in future books with the equipment he gained in previous books.
It took my forth attempt to finally succeed this adventure and now Fire on the Water awaits.
I read at least fifteen of these when I was younger I owned them all.
Now that they're available for free from Project AON, I decided to run through the first one again.
It has lost none of its charm.
I died four times, but I think that that's a lot fewer than when I played it as a child.
The first adventure is a little short perhaps shorter than I remember itbut maybe that's just because I made better decisions this time not withstanding dying four times.
Will definitely replay the second I read at least fifteen of these when I was younger I owned them all.
Now that they're available for free from Project AON, I decided to run through the first one again.
It has lost none of its charm.
I died four times, but I think that that's a lot fewer than when I played it as a child.
The first adventure is a little short perhaps shorter than I remember itbut maybe that's just because I made better decisions this time not withstanding dying four times.
Will definitely replay the second one as well!
Read this book when I was about ten or eleven I think and I loved it then.
Finding them again was a wonderful thing and I zipped through the first two tonight with my 8 year old little brother.
Still fun and wonderful.
A lot shorter than I remember it being from when I was a kid.
Nostalgia definitely raises the rating for me, but a good beginning for a series that was my gateway into RPGs.
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The Lone Wolf series are solo adventures within an RPG framework; you make choices based on either your own whimsy, or upon the roll of the die.
You collect items, maintain your inventory, and inevitably go into combat.
Lone Wolf can be your DM!
The Lone Wolf series are solo adventures within an RPG framework; you make choices based on either your own whimsy, or upon the roll of the die.
You collect items, maintain your inventory, and inevitably go into combat.
However, considering that it is a pre-written work and can only have a finite number of possible paths, so it's understandable.
As long as you keep track of pages and are willing to turn back to restart from a safe "spawn" point, the exploration outweighs any loss of free will.
Flight From the Dark is the first of the first; it's the pioneer of its genre, and it's staggering to realise just how many options you have.
The game is a blast.
I played twice, with two different characters, and had a wildly different experience each playthrough.
Possibly even better is its combat system.
Instead of requiring you to roll twice once for yourself, once for your enemyit uses a combat ratio to calculate damage from just one d10 roll.
It's an efficient system that makes combat a lot faster and more emotionally intense than any other solo system I've experienced so far.
The book provides a "random number table" in the back pages so you don't actually need a 10-sided die to play.
While I appreciate the attempt to be self-contained, I don't find the table to be unpredictable or precise enough.
On the other hand, rolling dice when I'm playing these books is not often convenient, either; I heartily recommend the Pocket Dice Roller emulator: This book is succeed by Fire on the Water, in the same series, which is just as amazing.
I can't recommend this series highly enough.
I started reading the Lone Wolf books nearly thirty one years ago when I bought Flight from the Dark from a book club run by my school library this makes me feel pretty old.
I collected the whole series, up until the point that the Grand Master series started getting difficult to find and I still have every single book up to that point, although some of them are pretty fragile now.
Needless to say I was pretty chuffed to find the whole series on the Google Play Store, for free no less, althou I started reading the Lone Wolf books nearly thirty one years ago when I bought Flight from the Dark from a book club run by my school library this makes me feel pretty old.
I collected the whole series, up until the point that the Grand Master series started getting difficult to find and I still have every single book up to that point, although some of them are pretty fragile now.
Needless to say I was pretty chuffed to find the whole series on the Google Play Store, for free no less, although they do take donations.
So far I've only managed to get as far as the super hard Kingdoms of Terror book six.
Flight from the Dark is not a long book, but it is a good example of a balanced, well put together gamebook.
It's certainly helpful if you've read it a hundred times before, but with a bit of luck and common sense anybody can make it to the end.
Without giving away too much of the story you're the last survivor of a devastating attack on the Kai Monastery, the Kai are a kind of cool warrior monk and you have to get to the capital city to warn the King of the coming war.
I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy, particularly if you're looking for something a bit different.
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I played the "Kindle Active Content" version, revisiting this book that I hadn't played - or even seen for sale - in some 20 years.
Lone Wolf 1 was every bit as fun as I remembered, and not having to keep track of endurance points, selected skills, and inventory items with a paper and pencil was great.
I first played this sometime in the 90s.
The scenario is compelling - the entire order of warrior monks you are training with has been killed by an evil enemy force.
You have to find your way to the capital city and carry news of the invasion.
There are many twists and turns and I particularly like the interlude in the graveyard.
This was a lot of fun.
I never got to read any of these RPG books as a kid, but I will definitely finish this series.
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I remember finding these books in my library when I was in elementary school, before I had ever heard of roleplaying games, even computer ones, and trying to figure out how they worked by myself.
I needed to pick random numbers?
I knew how choose-your-own-adventure books worked because I had played through --and by "played through," I mean "been repeatedly eaten by alien ratmen in"--but the other enhancements to the model were a surprise.
Toda I remember finding these books in my library when I was in elementary school, before I had ever heard of roleplaying games, even computer ones, and trying to figure out how they worked by myself.
I needed to pick random numbers?
I knew how choose-your-own-adventure books worked because I had played through --and by "played through," I mean "been repeatedly eaten by alien ratmen in"--but the other enhancements to the model were a surprise.
Today when I played through, I didn't have to worry about any of that.
There's a program called available at that provides a framework for playing through the books, including taking care of all the random rolls and numbers you have to remember.
And no more leaving your finger in the previous choice to see what the results are in case you don't like it.
Though I source I missed that when I was playing this time.
The Lone Wolf books have all the instant and unavoidable death of the other Chose Your Own Adventure books along with the possibility of dying in combat or through accumulated injuries, and while I still remembered some important lessons and picked Healing, Camouflage, and Sixth Sense as three of the five disciplines I started with--and playing through today is the first time I realized you get five to start; no wonder I had to cheat so much to win as a kid--and Sixth Sense carries you through most of the first half of Flight from the Dark, Camouflage through bits here and there, and Healing makes sure you go through every combat full or nearly so.
That didn't help when I found a raven and then ran into its vordak master who instantly killed me.
Or when I was woozy from sleepthorn and died due to giaks.
Or from pulling the lever in the tomb and being crushed under tons of rock, though admittedly I should have seen that last one coming.
It's a lot like Sierra Adventure games, though.
Sometimes you take the obviously fatal choice because you're curious how the end comes, and while doesn't get super creative with the deaths in this book, as the series goes on, they often get more and more outlandish.
As for Flight from the Dark specifically, it's relatively simple.
Lone Wolf is the last of the Kai after an attack destroyed the monastery where the order was headquartered, and you have to get him to the capital to warn the king.
Most of the book is hiding from enemies and avoiding the forces of the Darklords, or at least, that's the obvious thing to do.
There's a lot of opportunities to go off the trail and find secrets, but I get the odd feeling when I do as when I ignore a quest in a video game that's clearly supposed to be urgent but doesn't actually have a time-sensitive component.
Do I really need to explore this tomb?
Or this herbalist shop?
I'm trying to get to the king!
The entries do a lot to enforce this urgency, too, mentioning Lone Wolf's fatigue and injuries catching up with him over the course of the book and driving you onward to your goal.
Which I reached, eventually.
After much hardship and your quest ends here.
I'm not sure I'd still play through this without the electronic assistance, but the program makes it painless and even though I set it to restart from the beginning when I died to avoid any cheating, it was still easy to get back to where I was.
A single run through Flight from the Dark takes maybe ten minutes when all the rolling is done for you.
A great way to spend a Saturday morning, and there's 16 books ahead of me.
I read these choose your own adventure stories as a kid and loved them.
Now I get the pleasure of revisiting them with my sons and they're every bit as amazing!
I love books like this, ones that can bring enjoyment to generations of readers, connecting families and bringing countless hours of joy!
I couldn't recommend this book series enough to all of our young fantasy adventure readers!
Give it a shot, you won't be sorry!
I recall the Lone Wolf series as seeming a lot skimpier than Fighting Fantasy as a child, and having a go at this first one again now reinforces that opinion.
The series has a lot going for it.
For a start, there are 28 volumes, all linking together to form a single epic tale.
There is also character progression from one book to the next, as some equipment and all skills get carried over, and a new skill may be selected and learned to reflect the experience gained in the previous volume.
This firs I recall the Lone Wolf series as seeming a lot skimpier than Fighting Fantasy as a child, and having a go at this first one again now reinforces that opinion.
The series has a lot going for it.
For a start, there are 28 volumes, all linking together to form a single epic tale.
There is also character progression from one book to the next, as some equipment and all skills get carried over, and a new skill may be selected and learned to reflect the experience gained in the previous volume.
You have to cross a landscape rapidly filling with the soldiers of an invading army, plus refugees, in order to reach the capital city and report to the king.
It doesn't take long, the book seems much shorter than most gamebooks.
Of course, this lone wolf books free be because there do seem to be an awful lot of alternate routes to follow and choices to be made, so there's presumably a larger than average proportion of the book that doesn't get seen on any particular read through.
And I guess it's forgivable, since it's only the first instalment in the series and not a complete tale in its own right.
But it does seem a bit skimpy in comparison to others.
Also, the writing can seem very brief and lacking in detail in places.
The combat system is interesting, cross referencing relative strengths against a chart, modified by a random number between 0 and 9.
This latter is determined by looking at a 'random number table' and selecting the first number your eyes settles on.
Since after the first couple of tries at this, your eye is going to go directly to the highest number, having learned exactly where to find it, this is naive in the extreme.
Best to use a proper 10-sided die, like I did.
But of course, most people who aren't tabletop role-players are probably unaware that 10-sided dice even exist, let alone possess any.
Which teaches the lesson that there's a reason why every other gamebook uses regular six-sided dice and Lone Wolf would have done better to have learned it.
Fun, a promsing start to a huge series, but still comes across as mildly disappointing when compared alongside the others I've been revisiting lately.
My edition wasn't listed.
The author gave permission to fans to digitize these books.
They're now almost all available in different formats at Project Aon.
This is the second choose-your-path style book, and I still have trouble knowing when to mark it complete.
These books were apparently quite popular when they first came out and they paved the way for other game books.
For me, jumping in for the first time, this was a bit disappointing.
I went through the character creation process, and, based My edition wasn't listed.
The author gave permission to fans to digitize these books.
They're now almost all available in different formats at Project Aon.
This is the second choose-your-path style book, and I still have trouble knowing when to mark it complete.
These books were apparently quite popular when they first came out and they paved the way for other game books.
For me, jumping in for the first time, this was a bit disappointing.
I went through the character creation process, and, based on the stats I rolled, I tried coming up with a personality to base my choices on.
The end came pretty quickly when I won by getting the message to the king with no conflict.
I jumped back about halfway, branched off by making some stupid choices on purpose, got into a bit of trouble and made it out with a bit of loot.
The events were a bit cliche and there wasn't much to flesh out the setting or characters.
It seems the only way to stretch out the book and make it a little click the following article is to get into fights.
Reflecting back on some hints in the intro material, this book was intended for a younger audience.
With the caliber of YA these days, though, it doesn't stand up.
I have to imagine that there's a lot of nostalgia keeping Project Aon going.
Of course, I've only been through two paths of this story, so I could be way off.
The sequels could improve, too, but I won't be rushing to find out.
Cheeseball 80s fantasy at its best.
I saw a couple of these at my library when I was a kid, but because they are part of the cultural ephemera of serial paperback novels, there were only a couple books in the series available to me at the time.
As this was before ebay and thus before the availability of everything, I couldn't find any of the other books.
Fast forward 20 years, and I have now tracked down the first few books in this series.
The gimmick of this series is that it's a roleplaying gam Cheeseball 80s fantasy at its best.
I saw a couple of these at my library when I was a kid, but because they are part of the cultural ephemera of serial paperback novels, there were only a couple books in the series available to me at the time.
As this was before ebay and thus before the availability of everything, I couldn't find any of the other books.
Fast forward 20 years, and I have now tracked down the first few books in this series.
The gimmick of this series is that it's a roleplaying game masquerading as a book.
Not only do you choose the path of your character, much as with the better-known Choose Your Own Adventure series, but this adds some simplistic inventory management and combat systems, aided by a random number generator at the back of each book.
There's little skill to be exhibited here, and you'll certainly die a few times by unavoidable choice, but part of the fun of the book is taking a character through several times.
The writing is better than it really has any right to be, as this is a pretty silly gimmick of a book.
There's plenty of fantasy tropes, but the story mostly makes sense, and there's an easy narrative to follow.
The simple narrative trick of making the reader choose their actions has a very compelling effect.
I found myself rolling my eyes at parts, but still invested in the outcome of my character.
If the concept of book-as-game is interesting to you, by all means, check this out for a bit of simplistic adventure fantasy.
I loved these as a child.
I remember when I for the first time entered the "prohibited" section of my small local library allowed only for older kids where lots of fantasy and horror books were stored.
I was browsing the shells and suddenly completely worn out Lone Wolf books were looking at me.
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I remember how I was killed million times during the series.
How I didnt want to turn few pages back after my I loved these as a child.
I remember when I for the first time entered the "prohibited" section of my small local library allowed only for older kids where lot´s of fantasy and horror books were stored.
I was browsing the shells and suddenly completely worn out Lone Wolf books were looking at me.
At that time I had no idea that the books are actually a gamebook or what the gamebooks are.
I remember how I was killed million times during the series.
How I didn´t want to turn few pages back after my death, because I considered it as cheating.
How I never did continue reading after my unfortunate death, however, everytime I started with "next episode".
I remember that the only time I have ever really beaten one of the books was because I used my special ability that actually wasn´t on my character list, and I would swear to God I had chosen it!
I think it was maybe 2 years ago, I tried to read some of them again.
And even though now I don´t consider them as well written, I had hell of a fun with them anyway.
So I really want to thank to Mr.
Joe Dever for such an amazing reading all kids could wish for!
And not only kids!
I used to read it and the others of the series that I had over and over and over.
I couldn't even guess how many times.
I read it this most recent time aswhich games to jungle play now book free it more fun games are more fun with other people - who knew?
The series as a whole suffers from a lot of issues, but this is a really strong start and I'd still rec I loved this series as a child and I still do.
I used to read it and the others of the series that I had over and over and over.
I couldn't even guess how many times.
I read it this most recent time aswhich made it more fun games are read article fun with other people - who knew?
The series as a whole suffers from a lot of issues, but this is a really strong start and I'd still recommend it.
More for kids than adults, but if you can get into the right frame of mind it's still fun as an adult too.
The story is full of clichés and missed a few opportunities to develop some characters or some settings, as such there is no real attachment to the story.
Decision wise the book is relatively easy and the right and wrong choices are more or less straightforward.
However there is an interesting sense of danger, and you can feel Lone Wolf being in the middle of a blitzkrieg.
It makes you want to know more of the story, and it even feels exciting to restart from the beginning after a death, allo The story is full of clichés and missed a few opportunities to develop some characters or some settings, as such there is no real attachment to the story.
Decision wise the book is relatively easy and the right and wrong choices are more or less straightforward.
However there is an interesting sense of danger, and you can feel Lone Wolf being in the middle of a blitzkrieg.
It makes you want to know more of the story, and it even feels exciting to restart from the beginning after a death, allowing the reading to make new choices hence new discoveries.
My review is tainted by nostalgia but this was a very enjoyable read.
This game book brought back a lot of memories pretending to be a Kai initiate escaping the destruction by evil forces.
The Kindle edition is fantastic in that you don't need to flip pages or have pencil, paper, or even dice handy.
I can't believe how many times I died and I had to start all over again.
I always took a different route, and never did I once had the same aventure.
Although, I'm sad to say that the adventure I had when I finally got to the end was very short and very uneventfull.
Nevertheless, I really really liked it.
Although, some of the imminent seemed pretty unfair to me.
I think these gamebooks work much better when they're a little tongue in cheek, although having said that I tend to remember playing some of the Tunnels and Trolls books and enjoying them immensely.
They were a bit more involved than FF too, still remember a little humour though as far as I can remember.
This was the very first 'series' I ever read.
I remember I was in the 6th grade and couldn't get enough of it!
It was similar to Choose-Your-Own-Adventure, but had an RPG game twist to it.
I loved being able to carry different abilities and weapons into the next book depending on how things went on my read-through.
Joe Dever was an award-winning British fantasist and game designer.
In 1984 he released the first book of the Lone Wolf series of young-adult gamebooks, and the series h Joe Dever was an award-winning British jocuri online book of ra and game designer.
In 1984 he released the first book of the Lone Wolf series of young-adult gamebooks, and the series has since sold over 10.
He experienced difficulty with his publishers as the game books market began to contract in 1995, until publication ceased in 1998 before the final four books numbers 29-32 were released.
Since 2003, however, the series has enjoyed a strong revival of interest in France, Italy, and Spain following the re-release of the gamebook series in these countries.
From 1996 onwards, Dever was involved in the production of several successful computer and console games.
Currently he is Lead Designer of a Lone Wolf computer game, and he is writing the final books in the Lone wolf books free Wolf series.
No official publication schedule exists for these works.
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