YOU are Titan City’s resident superhero in this interactive graphic novel! Fight crime and solve clues to discover F.E.A.R.’s fiendish plot!

What people are saying about Gamebook Adventures:

“Even though Fighting Fantasy books have nearly a 30 year lead on the recently released Gamebook Adventures, the team at Tin Man Games have put together an equally remarkable and entirely original virtual game book for the iPhone.” – Touch Arcade

“I was both surprised and delighted to find that An Assassin in Orlandes delivered one of the most engaging iOS gaming experiences I’ve had to date.” – Gamezebo

“Tin Man Games has done an admirable job of recreating the experience in an electronic format. The story is top notch, the interface works quite well, and the music really gets you into the atmosphere of Orlandes. This is definitely a title worth taking a look at, especially if you’re familiar with the print version of this type of book.” – iPhone Life

“The graphics are simply excellent, with selectable fonts and backgrounds available. The quality of the design is such that it’s easy to forget you’re holding a mere iPhone in your hands and not a real-live book.” – TouchMyApps

“The quality of the writing here is superb. Like the first game the author manages to keep your interest held, with the vocabulary rich and the writing witty and descriptive, holding an element of tension throughout.” – Games Uncovered

“…the host of smaller parts really make The Siege of the Necromancer shine in comparison to the increasing number of adaptations of the old books.” – Know Your Mobile

“My favourite examples so far though are the iPad and iPhone-compatible Gamebook Adventures, a series of lovingly crafted and extremely well-written interactive fantasy novels. It’s surprisingly engrossing stuff, the economically written narrative packing in masses of detail, while rattling out a pacy, involving story.” – The Guardian

“Slaves of Rema is epic in scope, but doesn’t lose sight of the plight of your character. It brings the twists and turns at a satisfying pace, and all of this is supported by the wonderful art we have come to expect from Tin Man Games.” – Touch Gaming Magazine

“On the technical side, Slaves of Rema is almost at the level of perfection. The graphics have been optimized for the Retina display and look gorgeous, the interface is easy to understand and use, with the bare minimum of excess buttonry and the dice animations are simply superb.” – TouchMyApps

“I can’t help but feel a certain nostalgia for these four interactive books. Without noticing it, I got sucked into the first one over the Christmas holiday and went back to the previous pages and cheat reading different plots.” – App Freak