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Deathtrap Dungeon Fighting Fantasy #6

Mind of Baron Sukumvit the labyrinth is riddled with fiendish traps and hideous creatures of darkness to trick and test you almost beyond the limits of enduranceTwo dice a pencil and an eraser are all. I died within 12 minutes An emerald eye released a noxious gas and I fell to the floor in agony It was a beautiful thing I started the gamereading knowing that I would most likely die within the first few choices I had a really high luck and stamina so any battles I entered into I came out relatively unscathed I also had a habit of eating and drinking absolutely everything in my path which surprisingly turned out really well Something I d probably already know if I had ever been a DD player

Summary Deathtrap Dungeon Fighting Fantasy #6

You need to make your journey YOU decide which route to follow which dangers to risk and which monsters to fight Part story part game this is a book with a difference – one in which YOU become the he. Classic Livingstoneuite good flavour in this one Decent background story and events that go along with it ie seeing evidence of the other contestants and encountering some of them laterVery Livingstone structure ie main path with side events eg a room with about 10 sections and then back to the main path Some branching that then coalescesIn terms of difficulty it lives up to its name the chances of getting through this on your first go are practically non existent That s probably the only negative it really is a throw of the dice in most cases there s no way you can logically decide whether to do most things choose one way and sorry you re dead But whateverPretty good art tooA fun light read and classic dungeoneering

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Down in the twisting labyrinth of Fang unknown horrors await you Countless adventurers before you have takes up the challenge of the Trial of Champions but not one has survived Devised by the devilish. A deadly competition in a deadly dungeon18 June 2012 One of the things I like doing with roleplaying games is looking at how morally ambiguous many of them are In a lot of cases they treat the universe with a very black and white mentality and force people into these categories without actually looking at the bigger picture I guess this is the product of the 80s where the political spectrum was very black and white with the communists being bad and the capitalists being good My position is that simply because you are a communist does not mean you are bad or that you supported the policies of Joseph Stalin and just because you are a capitalist does not necessarily mean that you are good However this has nothing to do with this game book well it does but in a indirect way Deathtrap Dungeon was one of my favourite Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks because the concept was uite diffe


About the Author: Ian Livingstone

Ian Livingstone has been in the interactive games industry for over 25 years In the 1970s he co founded Games Workshop and launched Dungeons & Dragons in Europe later editing White Dwarf magazine In 1982 with Steve Jackson he wrote the first of the Fighting Fantasy™ Gamebooks which eventually sold over 15 million copies in 23 languages In 1995 he led the merger of computer games company Dom



10 thoughts on “Deathtrap Dungeon Fighting Fantasy #6

  1. says:

    DEATHTRAP DUNGEON is put simply the granddaddy of all FIGHTING FANTASY gamebooks It comes second only to THE WARLOCK OF FIRETOP MOUNTAIN in terms of popularity I think but it actually improves on that first outing in terms o

  2. says:

    Faces laugh in beams of light;Acid drips from stalactites;Eat the fungus you'll be swell;If grubs don't get you troglodytes willThe Bloodbeast pulls you into a vat Of corrosive slime and bubbling fatIn Sukumvit's maze you must be cleverAnd find the right gems or be trapped forever

  3. says:

    A deadly competition in a deadly dungeon18 June 2012 One of the things I like doing with roleplaying games is look

  4. says:

    Far harder than most famous Warlock of the Firetop Mountain dungeon bash Fighting Fantasy game book and far better than I used to rememberSome traps are just sadistic ones Pick the wrong gem eye from the idol? Die Drink wrong potion? Die OuchLoved the demi oriental setting the Dungeons Dragons vibe and the chara

  5. says:

    I died within 12 minutes An emerald eye released a noxious gas and I fell to the floor in agony It was a beautif

  6. says:

    I was only 9 years old when I got this book And that was in the year 2010 I know this book is from the 80's and it's a different style to me And I love it I have never liked those adventure video games like skyrim and stuff But this was amazing The fighting system is genius and the story is awesome I had a day of fun with this book

  7. says:

    By most people's reckoning this was the best of all the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks I'm not absolutely sure I agree with that I always liked 'Midnight Rogue' best having a passion for fantasy thievery but it's a viewpoint I fully understand and respectThe book is uniformly excellent It lives up to its name with

  8. says:

    Classic Livingstoneuite good flavour in this one Decent background story and events that go along with it ie seeing evidence of the other contestants and encountering some of them laterVery Livingstone structure ie main path with side events eg a room with about 10 sections and then back to the main path Some branching that then coalescesIn terms of difficulty it lives up to its name the chances of getting through this on your fir

  9. says:

    Deathtrap dungeon was one of the early tools of escapism for anyone who preferred to charge a field yielding a sword rather than go to work I decided to revisit it after many years and I still found its simplistic straight to the point style very attractive Waves of nostalgia hit me when all my childhood heroes and nightmares jumped out of the book's pages to greet me once again This is a definite 'must' for all romantics and a mini bible

  10. says:

    I was obsessed with these fighting fantasy books as a kid This would've been the best of the lot but they were all good from what I remember They're choose your own adventure books with fighting involved as wellI won't rate the other books in the series that I read otherwise I'll be here all day

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