The fifth gamebook sees you captured by one of Orlandes City’s most infamous brotherhoods, the Red Hand Guild. You are thrown to the mercy of the subterranean world deep beneath the streets of the great capital. Wading through the sewers and other dark menacing places, your goal is to reach Undercity, the City beneath the City! Only there can you find the help you need to escape this underground horror and bring down the dark brotherhood from within.
The exciting fifth gamebook retains all the interactive reading and gameplay features found in An Assassin in Orlandes, The Siege of the Necromancer, Slaves of Rema and Revenant Rising. The authentic reading experience allows the reader to quickly flick through pages, making choices which link to over 800 individual sections – a record for a Gamebook Adventures title.
Neil Rennison, Tin Man Games’ Creative Director, said: “Our fifth title is wonderfully designed and written by Andrew Wright. We’re pleased that Pirkka Harvala, who illustrated the first book, has returned to provide some magical artwork that really brings the story to life.”
Tin Man Games has also announced a sixth book, The Wizard of Tarnath Tor, which is due to be released in the next couple of months.
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Neil continued: “Things are really ramping up for the series now. With the quick-fire release of books five and six, the Gamebook Adventures catalogue is rapidly growing. On top of that, we also have some very exciting news about book seven that we plan to reveal during PAX East in Boston. I have known about this news for some time and I’m really looking forward to finally spilling the beans.”
Gamebook Adventures 5: Catacombs of the Undercity is available to download from the App Store now and costs USD$4.99. To celebrate the release, Tin Man Games is reducing the second and third gamebooks to USD$2.99 for a week.
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For further information and updates please visit www.tinmangames.com.au.
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