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The most famous Game book Saga, the world of Lone Wolf, the Kai Master created by Joe Dever, on your Android Phone.
Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: April 27, 2012
Current Version: 2.1.1
Referenced in Grey Star Quest, by GDV, Joe Dever, Ian Page, Paul Bonner and Project Aon
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This Android app collects all 20 volumes of Joe Dever's classic gamebook RPG series into one fantastic game.
The series was always leaps and bounds ahead of its nearest competitor (the Fighting Fantasy series) by virtue of telling one continuous story. Your character, "Lone Wolf", is a Kai Lord: a cross between a Shaolin monk, a ninja, and a Tolkienesque ranger: Book 1 is largely spent running away from the bad guys, but you gain new skills and abilities with each book, and by Book 20 you are trading blows with demi-gods. The world of Magnamund is really well thought out, a step removed from the generic D&D lands of the mid-80s, and the writing is definitely more evocative than the norm.
This Android version is nigh-on perfect: all the finicky dice-rolling, stat-keeping and inventory-managing is done for you, it plays just as well as the paid gamebooks from Tinman, Inkle, Cubus etc, but is nevertheless completely free. You can pay for optional extra bookmarks, but don't need to as if you get killed you are only sent back to the beginning of that book. If you're an Android user, install this immediately!
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