Latest News - 26th August 2012
How is everyone getting on with Blood of the Zombies? Too hard? Well today might be your lucky day as Ian has announced on Twitter that the first print run of the book has sold out already and the first re-print is already in circulation. Why is that important you ask, well Ian recognised your initial stats were a little low to start the game with and therefore has changed it from 2d6+12 to 2d6+20 instead. Those of you playing what is now the collector's edition can apply the new stat if you play the game again. Ian also confirmed your stamina can also go over its initial level. Anyone worked out the magic number yet? If you would like share your thoughts on the book or have drawn a map of your journey, e-mail The Warlock on mail.fightingfantasy.com with your stories.
In case you missed the Radio 2 interview earlier this week, listen now to Steve Wright chat with Ian Livingstone. For the record the app will not be released on Monday.
Latest News - 14th August 2012
Tin Man Games have announced today is the day that they become the official iOS and Android app developers for Fighting Fantasy following the end of the licence held by Big Blue Bubble. Blood of the Zombies will be the first to be released in September followed by House of Hell. Read more here.
Latest News - 5th August 2012
Yesterday I went to London to visit the Queen, nope wait, see the Olympics, nope Ian Livingstone nonetheless for the book signing launch event of Blood of the Zombies at the Forbidden Planet megastore. I felt he was more important and that took priority over all that the city offered.
I went up with Neil Rennison of Tin Man Games, who gave me a sneak preview of the new app on his iPad and it is developing nicely, you should all be very excited and will not be disappointed, no pressure Neil. He is the tall one in the picture on the bottom left, incidentally stood right next to him is none other than Fighting Fantasy artist - Tony Hough (and Daughter).
In the centre is the first book signed by Ian. Every book he signed he gave it a number, I managed to secure Zombie No.50! In the short hour Ian had to meet the fans he managed to meet 74, not to mention all the extra books they brought with them for him to sign as well. Most of the Icon Books entourage were there too. Finally, in the bottom right-hand picture is uber fan - Stuart Lloyd (Lloyd of Gamebooks) enjoying his day out. The book is tough, can you slay them all?
Latest News - 2nd August 2012
BLOOD OF THE ZOMBIES has been published today! Get your copy now, available from Amazon (click the banner to your lower right) or Waterstones. Don't forget the launch on Saturday 4th August.
Latest News - 28th July 2012
Icon Books present Ian Livingstone's brand new Fighting Fantasy book, published on the series' 30th anniversary in August 2012, Blood of the Zombies. Ian will be signing copies of the book at the Forbidden Planet store in London on Saturday 4th August between 3-4pm.
Latest News - 27th July 2012
Illustrator of Blood of the Zombies internal artwork, Key Crossley has released another picture for you to enjoy from paragraph 189.
Latest News - 17th July 2012
Icon books have released a video on Youtube of Ian Livingstone talking about his latest gamebook, Blood of the Zombies and Eurogamer.net talks to Ian about the long journey he has been on to get it finished.
Issue 9 of the Fighting Fantazine is now ready for download.
Latest News - 14th July 2012
"I’ve really enjoyed writing Blood of the Zombies having been inspired by Fighting Fantasy fans everywhere. It is very gratifying to meet so many people who grew up reading The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, remembering it so fondly. I hope that today’s 10 year old, or the 10 year old of the 1980s, will consider my new book a worthy addition to the series - assuming they survive the zombies!" said Ian Livingstone.
Ian will be signing exclusive copies of his new zombie-slaying adventure at Forbidden Planet London Megastore, Shaftesbury Avenue on 4 August 2012, 3-4pm. "We’re delighted to be hosting the launch for Blood of the Zombies and welcoming Ian back to Forbidden Planet," says Danie Ware, who runs social media and marketing at the iconic store.
Blood of the Zombies will be published by Wizard Books on 9 August 2012. ISBN 9781848314054. RRP £7.99
Latest News - 8th July 2012
Blood of the Zombies is now less than a month away from publication. Ian has been travelling a fair bit, including a trip to Sydney, Australia promoting the new gamebook, especially to give a sneak preview of the Tin Man Games iOS app version of the new book. On 26th May he went to the UK Games Expo in Birmingham with Jonathan Green, Steve Jackson and Neil Rennison (pictured left). On the 19th June he was in Sydney, Australia at the Gamestech Conference. He was also at the Games Horizon Conference in Newcastle on the 27th June.
Last week he opened the very successful Games Britannia Video Festival event in Rotheram where he also hosted an interactive Fighting Fantasy session using Inklewriter, an on-line tool that allows you to write interactive stories. On the 11th July Ian will be in Brighton at the Develop Conference and he is confirmed to attend the Edinburgh Interactive Festival on 11th August. I am sure he has many more sessions booked so keep coming back to find out more. In the meantime follow us on Twitter @fightingfantasy, or Ian @ian_livingstone, and if you are on Facebook 'Like' Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks
Latest News - 20th June 2012
On the left of the top menu you will now see we have added a Forum. Be part of the Fighting Fantasy community and interact with other fans, share stories, share your collections and give us feedback. Also registration has been opened again so that those wanting to receive e-mail from the site can now do so. Please see log-in area at the bottom of the grey column to the right.
Exclusive News - 15th June 2012
Original logo, green spine, the Blood of the Zombies cover has arrived
We are delighted to give the world the first look at the cover of Ian Livingstone’s Blood of the Zombies. It was painted by renowned comic book artist Greg Staples who is best known for his work on 2000AD, particularly Judge Dredd. Ian wanted a cover that had a future-retro look.
Blood of the Zombies will be published in the first week of August.
You saw it here first, now pass it on, tell your friends, tweet it (follow @fightingfantasy) and blog it or 'Like' us on Facebook - Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks. The Zombies are coming to a book shop and app store near you soon.
Latest News - 11th June 2012
James Milne, a trainee English teacher at Bishop Challoner School in Birminghm, UK has kindly let us have access to new teaching aids he has developed to encourage reading and Tammy M. Badowski has come up trumps again with another amateur adventure - Grekgun.
I thought it also prevalent to acknowledge a few blogs that pay homage to Fighting Fantasy, so first up is the Fighting Fantasy blog that contains playthroughs of the Gamebooks and Gamebook Geek. If you want to be featured in this news feature next time, e-mail your details to email@example.com
Coming soon will be issue 9 of the Fighting Fantazine and much awaited details about the forthcoming gamebook - Blood of the Zombies.
Come back soon and may your stamina never fail!
Exclusive News - 25th May 2012
Tin Man Games secures the iOS and Android Fighting Fantasy Licence
This much awaited news has been hard to keep quiet and has taken all my resolve to do so. Tin Man Games, who are already responsible for 9 digital Gamebook Adventures, including the forthcoming Judge Dredd app, are proud to announce that they have secured the licence to bring Fighting Fantasy to IOS and Android, yes you heard it right, Android as well. Tin Man Games will bring out Blood of the Zombies first to coincide with the launch of the book for the 30th Anniversary in August this year. This will followed up by House of Hell and I am sure they will bring us many more titles. Neil Rennison, the Creative Director of Tin Man Games will be joining Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson this weekend at the UK Games Expo 2012 to make this announcement.
The Zombies are coming.....in August 2012!
Ian Livingstone has written a new Fighting Fantasy gamebook in which YOU decided the title of the book!
As we announced in January, Fighting Fantasy is going to be thirty years old this year and Ian Livingstone has written a new gamebook to celebrate this historic event.
In this adventure YOU are kidnapped and sold to a deranged megalomaniac who wants to build an army of undead to exact terrible revenge on those once mocked him. He hates everybody except for his scientists and servants. The scientists were instructed to develop a mutated gene in human blood which would be injected into innocent victims, turning them into Zombies. The madman's henchmen kidnapped hundreds of people who were locked up to await their fate. YOU are about to be injected with Zombie blood. The Zombie army is almost complete, ready to be unleashed upon the world in a frenzy of killing and wanton destruction. YOU have to avoid being transformed into a Zombie. YOU have to kill all the Zombies, dispose of the madman and escape from the castle. To do this you will need a lot of firepower to take down the hordes of Zombies. But don't kill everybody as there is one person who needs to be rescued...
The book was nearly written but Ian couldn’t decide between two titles he had thought up for it. So he decided to use the wisdom of the crowd and hold a vote on the Fighting Fantasy website. Fans were asked to vote for either Blood of the Zombies or Escape from Zombie Castle.
The response from the fans was fantastic, thank you, with nearly 1,000 votes cast in two days. We can now reveal that Ian’s new book will be called:
Blood of the Zombies
Wizard Books will be publishing a special edition of the book in August, and Ian is hoping to have iOS, Android and perhaps a Kindle version out at the same time too. We will be announcing more news in the coming months ahead of publication.
Latest News - 30th May 2012
Find out how the weekend went at the UK Games Expo 2012 by catching up with Jonathan Greens write-up of his visit with Ian Livingstone, Steve Jackson, Advanced FF author Graham Bottley, FF artist Tony Hough and Mr Tin Man himself Neil Rennison who had the pleasure of hearing Blood of the Zombies being announced as the latest Gamebook Adventures title to be released on iOS and Android. Welcome on board Neil and the rest of the team at Tin Man Games!
Latest News - 24th May 2012
Fancy your chances, then test your luck with another quiz and try the Stormslayer one now.
Latest News - 21st May 2012
Ian Livingstone attended the 2102 KAPOW! Comic Convention last weekend where he met up with Fighting Fantasy artist, Kevin Crossley, whom is shown here proudly showing off another one of his incredible illustrations for the forthcoming new title Blood of the Zombies. Read about what Jonathan Green got up to at the show on his blog.
Latest News - 18th May 2012
The illustrious Fighting Fantasy author, Jonathan Green, has written for SFX magazine again. He has written an article for the SFX Book Club around The Warlock of Firetop Mountain and all will be revealed in issue 225 of the magazine due out in July. Laughting Jackal have announced that The Warlock of Firetop Mountain has been released in North America as a download for the new PS VITA. A new review of Creature of Havoc by Ed Reilly has also been added to the site.
Latest News - 13th May 2012
"This book has legendary status and fully deserves it". This is a quote from a review by fan Darren Saunders of Deathtrap Dungeon. Have you got one you want to share or why not try your hand and write one. Send all your submissions to mail@fightingfantasy,com and you could see your review published.
Latest News - 10th May 2012
On Twitter? Want to see your name in print? Ian Livingstone is giving one lucky winner the chance to have their name feature in the forthcoming gamebook Blood of the Zombies. Tweet #bloodofthezombies to @ian_livingstone and he will pick one of you at random.
Latest News - 9th May 2012
Video footage of the Something Unreal event at Gadget Show Live is now available to view on the Train2Game Blog that also contains an interview with Ian Livingstone.
Latest News - 6th May 2012
Out this month is Issue 102 of the essential guide to Classic Games Retro Gamer . It contains an 8-page interview with Ian Livingstone where he talks about the history of Fighting Fantasy, his new gamebook Blood of the Zombies and get's nostalgic talking about his time in the games industry and in particular the electronic Fighting Fantasy titles released. In case you missed it, SFX magazine have released a Fantasy special that contains a 12-page Fighting Fantasy article written by Jonathan Green for the 30th Anniversary entitled The Legacy of Firetop Mountain.
Latest News - 4th May 2012
Attack Dogs by Kevin Crossley. Another superb teaser illustration from the forthcoming Blood of the Zombies.
Latest News - 1st May 2012
Welcome to the month of 'Winds' in the Titan calender. I think it should be more like 'Rains' in this modern age.
A great time was had at the Gadget Show Live, Something Unreal event in April that saw four Train2Game indie developer teams compete for a licence to release a Fighting Fantasy title on iOS. The lucky winner was Commando Kiwi who will now go onto develop and release The Warlock of Firetop Mountain: Lost Chapters. Lots of other new events are coming up that Ian and Steve will be attending over the coming months to launch the new gamebook, Blood of the Zombies.
The Advanced Fighting Fantasy RPG The Crown of Kings (Sorcery!) Campaign as adpated by Graham Bottley is now avaliable from Arion Games via the Cubicle 7 store. Big Blue Bubble have put the five Fighting Fantasy iOS titles on sale due to the licence running out and are not being renewed. No news on any replacements as yet. Worldweaver have announced that House of Hell is the latest title to be released on the Kindle.
The infamous Fighting Fantasy artist Russ Nicholson, responsible for the internal art of the original The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, is selling his artwork on-line. Russ is also responsible for the poster art promoting the movie, DEATH, in which Ian Livingstone has a debut cameo role as a Postman.
Finally, I bring you the trailer for the forthcoming documentary by MmBroadast celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Fighting Fantasy.
May your stamina never fail!
Latest News - 15th January 2012
News of the latest gamebook written by Ian Livingstone is not far away. He is using Twitter to rouse interest and the word on the street is that he will be sharing the title(s) soon but the twist is he will be giving you the opportunity to vote for the best title from a few choices he will be publishing soon. Your chance to influence history!
Latest News - January 2012 - 304 A.C. Year of the Fox
Happy new year and welcome to the January 2012 news update on the world's greatest Fighting Fantasy website. It is the month of Freezing in Allansia and the start of a very busy year for Fighting Fantasy since it is our 30th Anniversary. The Warlock of Firetop Mountain was published 30 years ago on 27th August 1982 (see image for original cover).
It is the intention that on the 27th August 2012, Ian Livingstone will release his new gamebook but you are going to have to wait a little longer to find out what the theme is and the title. Keep visiting the site for teasers.
We are all looking forward to more Advanced Fighting Fantasy RPG releases from Arion Games following in the footsteps of the last three. Expect to see the Sorcery! title Crown of Kings adapted first and then followed by Out of the Pit II, Blacksand, Dungeoneer and Allansia as well.
A lot of you are wondering what has happened to the House of Hell movie? Well, negotiations are still taking place to make it happen and hopefully I will have some news for you on that soon.
At the end of last year Worldweaver released City of Thieves on the Kindle (US only, UK to be confirmed) and they have announced House of Hell as the next title followed by Creature of Havoc.
You have also been asking about the next release on iPhone, however no plans are in place at the moment for anymore to be released. The good news is that a few interested parties are working with us on bringing the books to Android (fingers crossed). No news as to whether or not the books will be released on the Nook platform though.
Also to look forward too is the Laughing Jackal release of Forest of Doom in the PSN mini format.
Traffic to the website has risen, Facebook likes are up and we have gained a hundred or so more Twitter followers, so I must be doing something right! I re-opened the registration part of the site and gained a few hundred more followers only for it to be abused again so I have shut it down until I work that through. I will endeavour to mass mail every legitimate member to keep in-touch.
I have lots of amendments to do on the site this year. I will be selling signed books through the site and running more competitions. I will also be integrating more of the original material into the site as well. Look out for issue 8 of the Fighting Fantazine at the end of this month where I will be interviewed at length.
Please continue to send in your artwork, letters, amateur adventures, Maps and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org and if you haven't already, read about the trip to Dragonmeet last year and other archived news from 2011.
May your stamina never fail! The WarlockSeasons Greetings from all at Fighting Fantasy
Due to a technical fault I have been unable to send a festive e-mail to all registered users. It appears once again that instead of genuine e-mail addresses we have been blessed with time wasters and one has corrupted our account.
Anyway, hope you all have a great holiday and may you all have some great adventures. Make sure you keep your stamina stoked for the 2012 30th Anniversary and leave enough for the new adventure!
Latest News - 19th December 2011
As the Warlock of this realm I command that you take a look at the epic amateur adventure by Zeca Teixeira that is The Ranger of Grewlant. It is simply epic and is a definate read this holiday. He is also a talented artist. Warning as it is a large file! Check out Vatos by Tammy M. Badowski as well. Alfred Drake has once again worked his magic by producing two new maps for the site - Creature of Havoc and Curse of the Mummy (spoiler alert). I also have to mention the self indulgent interview that amateur adventure writer Robert Douglas has conducted with himself!
Latest News - 15th December 2011
I have managed to track down the interview with Ian Livingstone at Dragonmeet 2011 as my version was rubbish. Thanks to the interviewer, James Wallis, for putting me in touch with www.yog-sothoth.com whom has kindly provided me with this link to the whole interview. Ian talks about his career right from the start with Steve Jackson. It is an hour long and Fighting Fantasy has a slot about 19 minutes in.
Latest News - December 2011
Merry Christmas minions.
Welcome Allansians to the month of Locking. I have just finished writing my article for Fighting Fantazine 8 which is due out early next year and will also include an interview with yours truly. Also watch out for more news, another competition, more amateur adventures and art submissions.
Until then, good luck with your adventuring. The Warlock
Latest News - 28th November 2011
The Warlock visits Dragonmeet
I had the pleasure of starting my day with Ian Livingstone on Saturday to collect more signed books before heading off to Dragonmeet together. On arrival we parted ways and met again at his interview with James Wallis at 11am as scheduled. The room was full and the hour passed very quickly. Ian covered his career from the very start when he and Steve Jackson set up Games Workshop, right up to his involvement in the electronic games industry today. He spent at least 15 minutes discussing Fighting Fantasy and in response to a question I had pre-prepared, he excited the audience by confirming the plans to launch a new book next year for the 30th Anniversary. He still wouldn't release the title, nor theme but did add that the release date will be August to coincide with the exact date The Warlock of Firetop Mountain was released in 1982. Afterwards he sat at the Arion Games stand with Graham Bottley, where he proceeded to autograph books for adoring fans. Some had brought their own, others bought one of the new titles Graham had for sale that day.
Fighting Fantasy at Dragonmeet
From L to R: Graham Bottley, Jamie Fry, Ian Livingstone and Jonathan Green
Around Lunchtime, after Ian had left, I managed to grab a good chat with Graham and found out more about the plans for the Advanced Fighting Fantasy re-releases. He confirmed firstly that the Sorcery! title Crown of Kings RPG will be released in either December 2011 or in January 2012. Most importantly he announced that next year we will see the release of Blacksand!, Dungeoneer and Allansia, even Out of the Pit II. Jonathan Green was also at Dragonmeet. I sat in on his panel interview where Fighting Fantasy got a mention a few times and had chats with him throughout the day. Jonathan was the guest of Tin Man Games, promoting his new Gamebook Adventures title Temple of the Spider God for iPhone and iPad. I think if asked by Ian to write another Fighting Fantasy title Jonathan would jump at the chance.
All in all a great day was had and showed the Fighting Fantasy brand is still well loved and followed.
Hiding, 303A.C. Year of the Rabbit
Welcome Adventurers to the October 2011 Editorial update on the world's greatest Fighting Fantasy website.
This month we are delighted to present 5 more great amateur adventures and 22 new drawings have been added to our Fighting Fantasy Gallery. A new House of Hell map has been added as well. Keep it coming in!
Well worth waiting for is the launch this month of Fighting Fantazine No.7 where you will find dedicated fans waxing lyrical about Fighting Fantasy including an amateur adventure, news, Reviews, interviews and numerous informative and fun articles.
I promised I would run a competition this month for you and that I will do, but you will need to wait a few days longer. Come back soon and click on the Competitions tab above to find out more and keep your eye out on Twitter @fightingfantasy or the Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks Facebook page for an update.
May your Stamina never fail!
The (new) Warlock!
Reaping, 303A.C. Year of the Rabbit
Welcome Adventurers to the September 2011 Editorial update on the world's greatest Fighting Fantasy website.
The first instalment of the legendary 16m selling Fighting Fantasy series of Gamebooks has at last made it to PlayStation minis on the 17th of August 2011 (SCEE) and the 23rd of August 2011 (SCEA), when Laughing Jackal released the PlayStation minis version of the controversial Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death. A brand new trailer showing the game in action can be seen here.
This PSN-exclusive version of Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death features a Tarot Card character generation system, and the classic dice-rolling rule set you know and love, with optional all-new Battle and Test Your Luck systems for bold adventurers to explore. The intuitive Inventory system and an all-new Log Book help you to easily track your progress through Orb's magical world, making this the perfect way to relive this classic series.
Following on from the success of Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death, Laughing Jackal are delighted to announce their next Fighting Fantasy conversion for PlayStation Minis will be Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain. First published in 1982 Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain was the first book in the Fighting Fantasy series, and introduced millions of readers to the world of Titan, which would be the setting for many of the Fighting Fantasy books to come.
Due to the feedback they’ve been receiving from fans of the series, Laughing Jackal have made several changes to the game since Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death including: The Log Book now remembers which book you were in (Character, Item or Page) The user can now return to the top of the page by pressing the up button when the first option is highlighted A ‘Good’ generic alignment portrait has been added to Character Bios A new mini game has been added to the end of the quest. But Laughing Jackal can’t reveal any more on that last point for fear of spoilers. However, what I can say is that the next title after this is hopefully going to be Forest of Doom.
This month we are delighted to present more great amateur adventures such as the excellent 71 paragraph adventure Orc Heart by Geraint Price and the 60 paragraph adventure Ticket to Blacksand by Tammy M. Badowski. We are also delighted to present new art by Daniel Silva to our Fighting Fantasy gallery, so checkout the first 6 pictures in the Gallery for the his brilliant new artwork. Keep it coming in!
Worldweaver, who bought Warlock of Firetop Mountain to your Kindle screens have announced plans for 2012 to release, City of Thieves, Creature of Havoc and House of Hell. More too follow on this when it is becomes available.
Finally, it is with great pleasure to announce that the original internal art for Rebel Planet, Star Strider and Robot Commando (see right) by artist Gary Mayes, will become available for sale over the forthcoming months. Over 80 pieces will be for sale, in various sizes including the page fillers. Initially, pieces will be released on eBay, then through a new on-line shopping environment on this site. In the meantime if you wish to express an interest in obtaining a piece of Fighting Fantasy history, e-mail us at email@example.com. Also expect to see soon a new entry for Gary in the Artist Biography section and an interview.
I have also added a new 'Competition' tab to the top menu so that I can launch a new one very soon.
May your Stamina never fail!
The (new) Warlock!
Watching, 303A.C. Year of the Rabbit
Welcome Adventurers' to the August 2011 Editorial update on the world's greatest Fighting Fantasy website.
The Official Website is under new management and will continue to build on providing quality news on Fighting Fantasy and the many projects currently in development, such as the House of Hell Movie, Sorcery! and Fighting Fantasy iApp's, Kindle e-book and Talisman of Death on PSP minis, however we are also keen to provide fans with more new content, new amateur adventures, short stories, amateur art and more.
May your Stamina never fail?
The (new) Warlock!
For those enquiring about submissions all amateur adventure contributions remain the authors own intellectual property, and we will be more than happy to add them to the Official website to share with other fans. If you wish to contribute, voluntarily advise or correct entry continuity, missing alphabetical creatures, spelling, grammar or link errors if on the growing Beyond the Pit, Lexicon or the site itself please do so to mail at fightingfantasy.com. A big thank you to the Fighting Fantasy's community for their assistance.
Fighting Fantasy.com has been designed to build a library of information regarding the Fighting Fantasy genre in general and it is our hope that it will become a regular port of call where you can read posts, contact other Fighting Fantasy fans, read new amateur stories and Gamebook adventures and become part of it's growing community development. If you can recall the days of the brilliant Warlock magazine, we want this site to develop through your input as much as the Fighting Fantasy magazine also did during its 13 issue publication.
CONTRIBUTORS: In order for the site to develop long term what we need is your assistance. What we'd like from all our visitors at the site is contributions on any of the topics below. Please read our submissions area if you would like to contribute in any form. You will get full credit for all your work. We would like your help with the following:
ARTWORK: This site will be dedicated to posting any of your illustrated pictures or scanned images associated with the Fighting Fantasy legacy. If anyone can provide the site with any drawings, scanned illustrations or book covers, Maps, etc, The Gallery will be a special place for them.
ADVENTURES: Are you considering developing a game book? Have you the skills necessary to write or devise a Fighting Fantasy, or Advanced Fighting Fantasy adventure? Have created one and would like to see it posted here for others to read? Do you want to see a particular Fighting Fantasy adventure in the future that sadly was never devised? If you can answer YES to any of the above questions then contact us for more information.
Reviews: If you would like to post your Reviews or comments about any particular Fighting Fantasy game books, the Advanced Fighting Fantasy game, Fighting Fantasy novels or handbooks, then send them to us! All contributions should be a good length (describing the story, what you liked or disliked about the book as well as any general comments and comparisons that you have with other books). If you would like to also provide a personal rating out of 10 in comparison to other Fighting Fantasy books I can then post a rating system in the future. I know most people believe they're all good, but some of them are a lot better than others, and the lower ratings will reflect that.
Solutions: Solutions to game books could provide a way to help other readers who have found a particular adventure tough. For most people, this is easy to accomplish - but for others it is less so. If you would like to provide detailed information on how to finish an adventure, solve the puzzles, crack the codes then send your Solutions to us. They need not be extensive or exhaustive (it's up to you whether you want offer a bare minimum of help to a complete walk through or a lot more), but bare in mind not to give to much of the plot or story away otherwise there is no point in playing the book for the other readers. Last and most important, don't give away the ending. It is always easy to read the ending anyway but bare in mind some readers won't have.
Advanced Fighting Fantasy: If you have created characters, places or events during your Fighting Fantasy adventures, or have even started a campaign we would be delighted to hear from you. If you have devised your own campaign world and setting for Advanced Fighting Fantasy and would like to see it on the web again let us know about it.
MULTI-PLAYER: The creation of an adventure is a tough process and requires a lot of time and patience. Not only have you got to consider the plot, setting, size and timescale in which to play it, but also the players, the events that will happen and characters they'll encounter. For this reason, many people miss out on the brilliance of fantasy role-playing (particularly if they can't find any other experienced players). We are especially looking for individuals who are skilled in this area. If you are currently playing another more popular role-playing game and have devised your own adventures, post us a general outline and plot. Provide details of events, encounters, creatures and characters met along with any Maps and epilogue.
We want this website to inspire you to take quill to scroll and become a haven for your ideas and suggestions that you can like to share with other fans. We are especially looking for Fighting Fantasy contributions concerning new rule articles, new monsters, new Sorcery! spell ideas, and anything else you would like to see upon the site. We want to know how you think we could improve existing adventures or the rules, so feel free to write up an article and send it in. Articles are a great way to share adventure ideas with other players.