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Encontro com o M.E.D.O. (Fighting Fantasy #17)

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Fighting Fantasy is the brilliant series of adventure games where YOU are the hero. Your mission is to discover the location of the top- secret F.E.A.R. meeting, capture the Titanium Cyborg and his cohorts bring them to justice. Ages violence, kidnapping and corruption of a host of super-villans.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published 1994 by Verbo (first published 1985)
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David Sarkies
Feb 28, 2014 David Sarkies rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Gamer Geeks who love a challenge
Recommended to David by: Primary School originally
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Steve Jackson's Superhero gamebook
12 June 2012

I must admit that I have yet to complete this gamebook namely due to it being quite difficult - and that is an understatement. Remember Starship Traveller where you had to locate some co-ordinates and a time to be able to complete the adventure? Well Steve Jackson has not only taken this to a new level in this particular book but also regularly uses it which makes the book itself very difficult to complete. As such I have put this book on top of Sea...more
Frankie Cruz
This was the first ever FF book I picked up. It's also my favorite. Long before Hollywood turned Superheroes into commercial franchises, I had the chance to vicariously slip into their boots. While a lot of the plots and personalities in the story appear to be contrived (really? Super strength and the power of flight? How...original!), I liked how there were references to other fictional superheroes, as well as the Warlock of Firetop Mountain boardgame, in a somewhat exasperating (but cute) act...more
I can't stop playing it! If I were a 10 years old boy, this book would be my favourite, really!
This gamebook employs unique rules for the series. Also, since you play the role of a superhero you cannot kill your enemies! Pretty hard to solve yet really compelling.
Giocato tre volte e perso ignobilmente tutte e tre, poi mi sono anche rotto: va bene il tuffo nel passato, ma dopo un po' basta, eh.
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British game designer, often confused with the American game designer of the same name.

Along with Ian Livingstone, creator of the Fighting Fantasy books.

More about Steve Jackson...
House of Hell (Fighting Fantasy, #10) The Citadel Of Chaos (Fighting Fantasy, #2) The Shamutanti Hills (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #1) Kharé - Cityport of Traps (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #2) The Crown of Kings (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #4)

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