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"Two hundred years ago, the legendary City of Tarnath Tor was destroyed as itís defenders, the mighty wizards valiantly tried to repel an orcun horde. Now just a place set within stories and myths, it has been lost to the outside world. A chance encounter with one who claims to be a time traveller sends you on a mission to recover some magical artifacts. This search will lead you to great ruins and the dark forces who have made it their home. Who is this wizard from Tarnath Tor and how can you trust him?" Please note that you do not need to have read any of the previous gamebooks in order to read and play this. The critically acclaimed series of newly imagined interactive fantasy gamebooks puts you, the reader, in control of the story! Along with a realistic dice-based battle system to fight creatures, an epic tale and beautiful artwork, The Wizard from Tarnath Tor will give you many hours of gamebook adventuring!

Gamebook Adventures 6 Released on Desura

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Gamebook Adventures 6 Released on Desura

City of Tarnath Tor was destroyed as itís defenders, the mighty wizards valiantly tried to repel an orcun horde.

Jan 29, 2013 News
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all_zebest
all_zebest May 1 2013, 9:35am said:

I really would like the French translation to be ported on the PC version. What are you waiting for, gentlemen? Anyway, every book is fantastic.

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travisplank9
travisplank9 Apr 20 2013, 6:06am said:

Noticed the gap between this and number 7 is rather large. Has Tin Man stopped porting these to desktop?

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BeatYourHeadIn
BeatYourHeadIn Jan 30 2013, 3:33pm said:

Recently, I got back into gamebooks based on a flickering and partial memory of playing them as a child. I remembered enjoying many Choose Your Own Adventure books, and really enjoying the one and only time I got my hands on a Fighting Fantasy book almost two decades ago. The FF book was awesome, complete with inventory and stat management; it really left an impression on me. The nostalgia spurred me into stopping at a local used book store; they happened to have half dozen titles in each of those series. I bought them all :).

The idea of letting a computer handle everything from the paragraph seeking to the dice rolling seems a little lazy. In a good way though maybe because it lets you focus on the story without having to take to time for all the peripheral activities required to play the book properly.

I think I'll give one a try here and see for myself ;)

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