These are good days to be a gamebook fan, it would seem. Just a couple of days ago, I noticed
FightingFantasyGamebooks.com, the new official site for the Wizard Books reissues of the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, is up and running. It
Mr. Buckethead, the superhero with a bucket for a head, now has a gamebook series thanks to Cybergecko, the company
Myriador, a new D20 publisher, has made arrangements with Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone to adapt their gamebooks into D20
At long last, Project Aon, the official site for free Joe Dever gamebooks, has released the first book of the
Wayne Densley, author of the popular online gamebook series, The Chronicles of Arborell, reports that while his current interactive writing
Project Aon, the official Internet home of Joe Dever’s classic Lone Wolf gamebooks, has just undergone a complete site redesign.
Flying Buffalo Games keeps chugging on, and this week the company re-released a Solo Adventure for their long surviving game,
Project Aon‘s latest release isn’t a Lone Wolf solo gamebook; this time around, it’s the start of a comprehensive compendium
Though gamebook-style games are normally Demian’s jurisdiction, I’ll risk a story about a new product coming from Z-Man Games this
has just confirmed the rumors it hinted at a few months back: Fighting Fantasy gamebooks are coming back into print!
With remarkable speed, Sean-Robert Shaw has released the sequel to his Rangers of Taradoin gamebook. The book, entitled The Rangers
Andrew Chapman, the author of several classic Fighting Fantasy adventures (including Space Assassin and Seas of Blood), has just electronically