Tin Man Games are well-known for their many varied gamebooks, with a slew of licensed ones including Fighting Fantasy: House of Hell [$5.99] and Judge Dredd [$0.99], but they made their name with the original Gamebook Adventures series. And right now, all nine entries in the series are on sale from their regular $5.99 prices:


  • Gamebook Adventures 1: An Assassin in Orlandes [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 2: The Siege of the Necromancer [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 3: Slaves of Rema [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 4: Revenant Rising [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 5: Catacombs of the Undercity [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 6: The Wizard from Tarnath Tor [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 7: Temple of the Spider God [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 8: Curse of the Assassin [$2.99]
  • Gamebook Adventures 9: Sultans of Rema [$2.99]

Of course, if I had to suggest one game to pick up, it'd probably be the fifth one, if only because that's free and the rest are the exorbitant sum of $1.99. The series are meant to be individual self-contained adventures in the same universe (with some gamebooks being sequels to others), so just pick a few and jump in.

  • the_rebel14

    I've never tried one of these so I'll take your advice. Number 5 it is! Thanks for the notification!

  • Stormourner

    I wanna download gamebook adventures 5 but I have to wait for price increase

  • TouchMint

    These are all really fun games!

  • Nycteris

    These are fun and very "game-y" game books. (I started with #4)

  • Onikage725

    I really liked the first, so I'll grab a couple.

  • Rennerd

    Dang trilospike is so OP.

  • bilboa

    I've never tried a game book. I got the first one of these and am really enjoying it. Sort of a cross between reading a book and playing a turn based RPG. If you've ever been playing an RPG and found yourself wishing there was less gameplay and more story, then these might be just what you're looking for.

  • dancingcrane

    How are the stories? Deep and developed with good characters and meaningful choices or formulaic and shallow?