I'm sorry for the late release. Everything seems to be getting busier. Anyway, here is the news.
Choice of Games
Choice of Games has, of course, delivered some awesome gamebooks!
Will you overthrow the queen and her clockwork iron army, or join her as a spy? The relics you recover from the elven dungeon will change the course of history!
A Crown of Sorcery and Steel is a 450,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Josh Labelle. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
A Crown of Sorcery and Steel (choiceofgames.com)
After finding yourself trapped in another dimension, you and your friends must fight for survival and defeat the monsters that lurk in the shadows. Make sure to grab a weapon as your quiet Halloween night turns into an adventure out of this world!
The Midnight Saga: The Monster is a thrilling 355,000 word interactive fantasy horror novel by C.C. Hill, where your choices control the story. The game is text-based, with artwork to show key moments of the story, fantastical creatures, and a variety of monsters that you will meet along your journey.
The Midnight Saga: The Monster (choiceofgames.com)
When a group of corrupt witch hunters comes to your village, accusing your brother of sorcery and wrongly accusing you of abetting him, your life takes a violent and abrupt change for the worse. After you’ve suffered more than you can bear, and endured terrible tragedy, perhaps your only option left is to become the very thing that your enemies fear and despise so much.
The Nascent Necromancer is an epic, 238,000 word interactive fantasy novel by Samuel Young, where your choices control the story. It’s entirely text-based, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
The Nascent Necromancer (choiceofgames.com)
Last Hand of Rhyalla VII
This title has Adult Content.
This is a FREE UNOFFICIAL ADULT solo adventure for the Alpha Blue RPG. It's part text adventure, part CYOA, and part alien sex simulator, all combined together to create a unique roleplaying experience. Choose from 6 different objectives and explore the colony on Rhyalla VII. Will you rescue the kidnapped royal, capture space pirates, or bring down the evil Federation? YOU get to decide! Everything you need to play is included except paper, pencil, regular six-sided dice, & your imagination.
Last Hand on Rhyalla VII - Sean Loftiss | DriveThruRPG.com
Brown Water Navy
Brown Water Navy is a rules light game where you take the roll of the skipper of a PCF in Vietnam. Inspired by B-17 Queen of the Skies this book will take you through some of the most dangerous places in Vietnam, and beyond. But don’t expect it to be easy. This D66 gamebook is fun but challenging. All you need for this book is two standard six sided dice, some paper and a pencil.
Brown Water Navy : A Vietnam Patrol Boat D66 Gamebook: Campbell, Brent: 9798357418067: Amazon.com: Books
Tin Man Games
Tin Man Games, the company that bought gamebooks to apps as far back as 2008 has new releases!
Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown
Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown is a role playing adventure that brings tabletop gaming to life in virtual reality! Also includes a new non-VR mode for players without VR hardware. Join a band of scoundrels in this unique sea-faring tabletop RPG adventure!
Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown on Steam (steampowered.com)
Fighting Fantasy Classics
Tin Man Games plans on releasing 3 new titles, one of which is Armies of Death. There is also Creature of Havoc and Temple of Terror.
They have released a blog post with what they have been up to for the last 2.5 years: Two and a half years later… - Tin Man Games
You are the Hero 40th Anniversary edition!
Just 6 days left to back this updated history of Fighting Fantasy by Jonathon Green.
YOU ARE THE HERO - 40th Anniversary Edition by Jonathan Green — Kickstarter
Heart of Ice ultimate edition
Heart of Ice is getting an ultimate edition (it's already funded)
Marching Order Quick and Dirties
Marching Order quick and dirties is a new type of delve. They're no nonsense adventures meant to be played in a single sitting. Each one comes on a six panel fold out brochure that fits real nice in your Marching Order box. There ain't no new monster cards or nothin' fancy like that- just the delves, quick and dirty style.
Marching Order Quick and Dirties | Indiegogo
The history of Games Workshop from 1975-1985 has been funded! It will be out on 10th November.
Dice Men: Games Workshop 1975 to 1985 by Ian Livingstone with Steve Jackson: Unbound
Issue 7 is out!
The Warlock Returns Issue #07 - Arion Games | Advanced Fighting Fantasy | DriveThruRPG.com
Issue 4 is out!
voidspace 4 – voidspace _ (voidspacezine.com)
Fighting Dantasy made a blog post on Shadow of the Giants! Fighting Dantasy has been making posts about gamebooks for decades now, so a new post is very exciting!
In October, it covered Lost in the Desert of Dread
Adventure Gameblog (myadventuresendhere.blogspot.com)
The latest episode is Midnight Rogue.
Fantastic Fights — Haunted Phonograph
The Podcast from Firetop Mountain
The podcast featuring Alison Cybe and myself has finished its first season, ending on Crystal of Storms. You can listen to them all here: The Postcast from Firetop Mountain - YouTube
The Postcast from Firetop Mountain - YouTube
I've announced the Lindenbaum competition:
Lloyd of Gamebooks: 2022/2023 Lindenbaum Prize announcement
A few rules changes - I'm not hyperlinking this year as people didn't seem too bothered about it and people can enter in any format I can edit and convert to a pdf.
Jason Archer (creator of Fighting Fantasy.net) is planning a meet up in Sussex
Beyond Fighting Fantasy (and other gamebooks) | https://fightingfantasy.net is contemplating arranging a mini-meet-up/Beer-O forthe South-East in my hometown of Bexhill in Sussex - we have 2 possibl... | Facebook
Adventure X takes place at the British Library on the 5th and 6th November!
You can get passes from the British Library: AdventureX The Narrative Games Convention Saturday Pass 2022 - The British Library (bl.uk)
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