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Deep inside the Citadel of Chaos, the dread sorcerer Balthus Dire is plotting. Summoned by a desperate plea for help, you are the Vale of Willow’s only hope. And you are no ordinary adventurer. As star pupil of the Grand Wizard of Yore and a master sorcerer yourself, you must strike at the very heart of Balthus Dire’s nightmare world.

Relive Fighting Fantasy – the beloved text-based, interactive adventures of the 80s and 90s! Push your Skill, Stamina and Luck to the limits as you explore Balthus Dire's terrifying Citadel. This gamebook has been converted to digital format using Tin Man Games' acclaimed Gamebook Adventures engine.

FEATURES

  • Make the gamebooks as easy or hard as you like and even turn on a special 'Free Read' mode to play the book like an old-school cheater!
  • Map feature makes it easy to keep track of everywhere you have explored during current and previous playthroughs.
  • Unlimited Bookmarks allow you to revisit difficult sections as many times as desired.
  • Classic, original artwork from Russ Nicholson, all viewable through a collectable artwork gallery.
  • Automated Adventure Sheet that keeps track of your stats, inventory and knowledge gained during your journey.
  • Specially composed, atmospheric soundtrack and effects.

Citadel of Chaos is digital gamebook DLC intended for use with Fighting Fantasy Classics. a09c17d780



Title: Citadel of Chaos (Fighting Fantasy Classics)
Genre: Indie, RPG
Developer:
Tin Man Games
Publisher:
Tin Man Games
Franchise:
Fighting Fantasy
Release Date: 5 Jun, 2018



English




Well I'm basically reviewing the original 1983 book here, though I do remember a few differences in the original text. No colourised drawings this time, which is acceptable. My main interest in these adaptations of gamebooks is, they take away the effort of page turning, dice rolling, adventure sheet editing etc. and they can also make sure you don't cheat. Citadel of Chaos is a favourite of mine even though it has some obvious faults i.e it's very short and has a rather too narrow correct path to the end. But there are interesting opponents\/encounters from the dog-ape and ape-dog at the citadel gate, right up to the dark, mysterious Balthus Dire himself at the apex of the citadel. The magic use makes it good too, you often have alternatives to the sword-fight to the death and can use them to dodge opponents. Russ Nicholson's art is very good and gives the book mystery and danger. Now I think Balthus Dire has a bit more depth than Zagor the Warlock from the first book. He is a warrior-sorcerer like yourself. The battle with Dire in his private chamber has stages to it, he tries different ways to thwart your assassination attempt and there is even a bit of a war of words. Of course, you also pit your magic against his.. Well I'm basically reviewing the original 1983 book here, though I do remember a few differences in the original text. No colourised drawings this time, which is acceptable. My main interest in these adaptations of gamebooks is, they take away the effort of page turning, dice rolling, adventure sheet editing etc. and they can also make sure you don't cheat. Citadel of Chaos is a favourite of mine even though it has some obvious faults i.e it's very short and has a rather too narrow correct path to the end. But there are interesting opponents\/encounters from the dog-ape and ape-dog at the citadel gate, right up to the dark, mysterious Balthus Dire himself at the apex of the citadel. The magic use makes it good too, you often have alternatives to the sword-fight to the death and can use them to dodge opponents. Russ Nicholson's art is very good and gives the book mystery and danger. Now I think Balthus Dire has a bit more depth than Zagor the Warlock from the first book. He is a warrior-sorcerer like yourself. The battle with Dire in his private chamber has stages to it, he tries different ways to thwart your assassination attempt and there is even a bit of a war of words. Of course, you also pit your magic against his.. Well I'm basically reviewing the original 1983 book here, though I do remember a few differences in the original text. No colourised drawings this time, which is acceptable. My main interest in these adaptations of gamebooks is, they take away the effort of page turning, dice rolling, adventure sheet editing etc. and they can also make sure you don't cheat. Citadel of Chaos is a favourite of mine even though it has some obvious faults i.e it's very short and has a rather too narrow correct path to the end. But there are interesting opponents\/encounters from the dog-ape and ape-dog at the citadel gate, right up to the dark, mysterious Balthus Dire himself at the apex of the citadel. The magic use makes it good too, you often have alternatives to the sword-fight to the death and can use them to dodge opponents. Russ Nicholson's art is very good and gives the book mystery and danger. Now I think Balthus Dire has a bit more depth than Zagor the Warlock from the first book. He is a warrior-sorcerer like yourself. The battle with Dire in his private chamber has stages to it, he tries different ways to thwart your assassination attempt and there is even a bit of a war of words. Of course, you also pit your magic against his.



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