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Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (12 of 15)

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DestinyQuest: The Legion of Shadow (Destiny Quest &hellip by Michael J. Ward
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This gamebook is different from any other gamebook that I own (and I own quite a lot of them). There is a multitude of small quests divided in three acts that you can pick freely from three glossy full color maps. The quests are interesting and engaging, and help develop your character into a full blown worrier, mage or roque. The quests are so well written and balanced that you just don't want to stop playing: it's addictive. In fact it's so addictive it should be on the list of controlled substances! :-)

If you're into gamebooks, or if you want to give gamebooks a try, than this one is for you. It's 4 centimeters thick (more than 1.5 inch) so at this price it's a steal.
Fabled Lands 4: The Plains of Howling Darkness by Dave Morris
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is not your regular single player adventure game book. It's a unique book that allows you to play multiple quests, but also trade, own a house and (if you're lucky) even a ship. You can rob or charm the characters you meet. Yet the game is still easy to understand and play. Each book in the series describes a separate section of the game world so the more books you own the larger your play world. But since each book is self-contained you don't need to buy more if you don't want to.

The Fabled Lands series is highly recommended for anyone who likes single player role playing games and is tired of PC games.
Fabled Lands 3: Over the Blood-Dark Sea by Dave Morris
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is not your regular single player adventure game book. It's a unique book that allows you to play multiple quests, but also trade, own a house and (if you're lucky) even a ship. You can rob or charm the characters you meet. Yet the game is still easy to understand and play. Each book in the series describes a separate section of the game world so the more books you own the larger your play world. But since each book is self-contained you don't need to buy more if you don't want to.

The Fabled Lands series is highly recommended for anyone who likes single player role playing games and is tired of PC games.