Have you recently read the Fighting Fantasy Gamebook? This area of the website has been set aside as a way for fans to comment on the Gamebook and let each other know what they think of the plot, twists, encounters, traps, paths, puzzles, rules and monsters? Let us and other fans known by emailing us with your review at firstname.lastname@example.org. Preferably we would like to see you write a minimum of two or three paragraphs or more than 200 words with an honest opinion on what you liked, didn't like or would have liked to have seen done differently, Please also add a rating; this is traditionally given using a scale from one to ten. You can read other fans opinions below, some of which were originally sent to us and hosted on the original AFF website and Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks.com
- David Barbara (Originally sent & posted on FFG)
My name is Matt Brown (aka Strider) and if you want a book that is as
complicated as the Creature of Havoc, then I do strongly recomend the
Legend of Zagor.
It's a fantastic adventure from start to finish, you even get a choice
of a character, whether it's the barabarian, the knight, the dwarf or
the wizard and all of them have their own advantages and disadvantages.
Bringing back Zagor after Return to Firetop Mountain is grat because it
continues from the end when Zagor's arm has gone.
The creatures you have to face are rather difficult to fight and the
adventure is hard to map out, but I really enjoyed reading the Creature
of Havoc because it was dificult and I'm the only one in my group of
friends who has completed it. This book is also difficult and it took me
a number of plays to complete it from start to finish.
Overall, I would rate this book 9/10