50 Games Like Fighting Fantasy Classics

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Sorcery! 4, Guns of Infinity, and A Wise Use of Time are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are The Hero Project: Open Season released the 5 April 2018 and ranked #36, Trial of the Demon Hunter released the 19 December 2017 and ranked #46, Choice of Rebels: Uprising released the 9 November 2017 and ranked #47.

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Ready your sword, pack your provisions and prepare to embark upon quests in which YOU are the hero! Choose what happens at every turn of the page with Fighting Fantasy Classics – text-based roleplaying adventures remastered.

1# Sorcery! 4 - 2016

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+ New enemies, including mutants, guards, merchants and the undead - each with their own strengths and weaknesses + Adapted from the best-selling gamebook series by legendary game designer Steve Jackson + Swindlestones is back! The game of bluff and deceit is back, with the toughest opponents yet - the Gambling Monks of Effe + Seven Gods, all with different quirks and powers + Start your adventure here, or load your character and all your choices from Part 3 + New music from "80 Days" composer Laurence Chapman

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5# Sorcery! 3 - 2015

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The games are based on Steve Jackson's Sorcery!, a four-part series of fighting fantasy gamebook novels. The game is a text-based fantasy quest based on Steve Jacksons choose-your-own-adventure novels. The game incorporates visual and interactive elements not present in the gamebooks. The games contain expanded content vis--vis the original gamebooks.

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6# Heroes Rise: HeroFall - 2014

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This new battle takes a twisted turn when your once-greatest enemy, Prodigal, tells you President Victon's darkest secret. The Heroes Rise trilogy is entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and driven by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

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7# Fatehaven - 2014

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Combat, romance, adventure, and of course—magic! Master four elements and take on fate itself in this epic, interactive fantasy tale! Six possible endings. Four hours for a single playthrough. Three love interests. Countless choices. Male or female? Leader or loner? Good or evil? What kind of mage will you be?

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10# 80 Days 2015 - 2015

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1872, with a steampunk twist. Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the world in just 80 days. Travel by airship, submarine, mechanical camel, steam-train and more. Race other players and a clock that never stops in TIME Magazine's Game of 2014.

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12# Choice of Robots - 2014

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Depending on your choices, your robots may be independent or obedient, clumsy or graceful, empathic or cold . Play as male or female, gay or straight, with nine characters to romance, four alternate climax chapters, and over seventy achievements to unlock.

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17# Buried: An Interactive Story - 2016

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Buried is a playable, interactive story told through stunning photos, a haunting soundscape, and gripping text. You play the role of Roger Hastings, a logger working the forests with his crew. When he awakens to find his friends missing and no memory of what's happened, he begins searching, uncovering something that should have stayed...

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20# Choice of the Deathless - 2013

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Battle demons and undead attorneys, and win souls to pay back your student loans! At the elite demonic-law firm of Varkath Nebuchadnezzar Stone, you'll depose a fallen god, find romance, and maybe even make partner, if you don't lose your own soul first.

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