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John Tucker
Sorcery! Part 1 & 2 Review
How can I keep my fingers between the pages of a virtual book?
03.21.16 - 1:04 PM

When I was a kid, I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books, and I'm guessing that I'm far from alone among RPG players. In fact, I'm sure of it, because there were similar books that added Dungeons & Dragons-style gameplay to the CYOA formula, including a series called Sorcery! In these books, you had stats and abilities and dice rolls and the like, and if I had known in my youth that they existed, I'm sure I would have loved them.

Fortunately, now that I'm all grown up and stuff, I still have the opportunity to experience the Sorcery! series, because the books have been turned into games available on iOS, Android, and now PC!

Today, Luna Lee brings us her review of the first two books on PC, which you can check out at this link or the link below. If you'd like to compare it to how the games worked out on iOS and Android, check out Dave Yeager's review of those versions at this link.


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