Without any doubt, Small Creatures/Wide Field is the most entertainingly bizarre acid trip of a gamebook that isn’t a gamebook I’ve ever come across.
If you are looking for some stimulus to get yourself to play with Google Earth, this one is a pretty decent gimmick to do the trick. It’s supposed to be educational too!
If Tin Man Games puts as much effort in actually creating playable gamebooks as they do in making their products so pretty, we may be on to something good here. Once again, possibly good concept, horribly tedious and mechanical execution.
How on earth did this interactive app win an award? It’s pretty but far from user friendly. Cute story, but the app hurts the eyes and numbs the brains too much for its own good.
So, you want to play a harem game where you have all the hot guys chasing after you, but you are too young for the pornographic versions? Well, this one’s for you, for those days when you don’t feel like playing the Sims.
This is an interesting campaign featuring an amnesiac wizard, but it is marred by needlessly complicated rules and a story that works better as a novel.
Another gamebook with intriguing premise ruined by shoddy random maze-like design. Sigh.
Now you and your friend can sort out your differences violently.,. with gamebooks! Wait, that sounds silly.
You and a friend can now stab one another to death by flipping pages of a gamebook. Wait, that sounds dumb.
More random deaths, more unfair fights… but at least your journey’s end is nigh.
So, you’re off to kill the Minotaur. So, will you get him first, or will the random death scenes get you first?
Greek gods are crazy, and lucky you, you are their newest pincushion. Have fun surviving the odds!
You can be either the Monster and the Baron. But the random maze-like designs aren’t much fun.
You are Luigi of the Super Mario Bros duo, and you need to show everyone you’re cooler than Mario. Easy, right?
Now, you too can step into the shoes of Mario, that plumber in that game, and do stuff! So silly, it’s best for kids only.
Here’s your chance to be Bella and pick your own vampire boyfriend! Eeuw, I know.
More puzzles, this time better ones compared to the previous collection, to waste time on. Sweet!
Some puzzle mysteries – some hard, some not so hard – to kill time when there’s not much else to do. Yay!
If you know all your zombie tropes, this one feels like revisiting the same old crock once again.
Previously there were creepy Welsh folks, now there are creepier Egyptian folks, And monsters. What is wrong with the world?