Turn To 186

Like most gamers of my vintage, Fighting fantasy game books are an integral and somewhat nostalgic part of their early gaming adventures. So, when Jonathan Green ran his Kickstarter to write the definitive history, I joined in with my pennies. That was January 2013. It’s taken a far longer time than he anticipated to get things completed, but I was happy to see the final tome arrive yesterday.

rsz_yath_coverI’ll do a proper review once I’ve had a chance to read it. For now, here’s a glimpse inside.

rsz_yath_1As you can see, it’s full of those nostalgic bits of art 🙂

If you fancy grabbing a copy before I tell you all its secrets, you can get it on Amazon.co.uk, or Amazon.com.

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10 Responses to Turn To 186

  1. What was your favourite or most memorable? The Temple Of Terror sticks in my mind, even the cover gave me nightmares.
    The books that played with the basic rules such as Freeway Fighter I remember I thoroughly, enjoyed the difference, that book may is maybe why I love the madmax films and but a lot of hot wheels cars to play Warlands.

  2. eriochrome says:

    You might need to be British for this. Does not really ring a bell for me and I am getting up there in years.

  3. PikaRapH says:

    Scorpion Swamp rules !
    One of the best for me with “Chroniques Crétoises” and the Minotaur encounter ^^

  4. misternizz says:

    I love the idea of this book, but it’s like 70 bucks on Amazon (US). This will not be a casual purchase.

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