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  • Paperback
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  • City of Thieves
  • Ian Livingstone
  • English
  • 26 February 2019
  • 9780140316452

10 thoughts on “City of Thieves

  1. says:

    I played these game books as a kid Brilliant These books helped my imagination growThree wizards A dark one A good one A neutral one Which will you pick to aid you on your uest?The City Of Thieves is one of my favourites Deathtrap Dungeon too What great films these books would make Come on Peter Jackson these books were made for you And while your at it let's make my book into a film tooI already know some of the actors who will star in my

  2. says:

    Best Fighting Fantasy gamebook by Ian Livingstone Loved the atmosphere of Port Blacksand the twists and the storyline a thrilling rogue style adventure that gave me hours of fun and a death count of 15 just because I tried to end it without cheating

  3. says:

    ‘City of tea leaves’ is uite the cesspitTwisted little streets called ‘Clock’ and ‘Key’Lead one eventually to the garden of Leaf BeastsWhose honesty box is somewhat out of keyWith the penny pinching denizens of its surroundingsLike Fatnose and Sourbelly two sallow trollsOr the various vagabonds who give you a poundingOr two eerie crones still playing at dolls

  4. says:

    This one is really driving me nuts I have played it on the Kindle and after easily getting through most of the story I am getting stomped by some fights at the end of the book that just seem to reuire a lot of lu

  5. says:

    This simply represents the pinnacle of the choose your own adventure genre It doesn’t get any better The structure creativity humor and dramatic tension are perfect Moreover this is one of the few that really succeeds as a puzzle t

  6. says:

    A superb gamebook Port Blacksand the titular city of thieves is a fascinating place for exploration and skulldug

  7. says:

    OMG I LOVED THESE BOOKS Jeez I devoured these when I was in high school I loved DD but didn't have a group to play with so

  8. says:

    Time to teach a big bully a lesson19 July 2012 The fifth book in the series and from what I remember one of the better ones To me it s

  9. says:

    It was wonderful to revisit Port Blacksand after all of these years but I'm afraid I have to be that kid who points out that the emperor isn't wearing any clothes Whilst thoroughly enjoyable City of Thieves isn't the sharpest tool in the Fighting Fantasy shed Arbitrary choices abound and I was a bit gutted to be presented

  10. says:

    Great book You've not lived till you've had a walk round port Blacksand and had a fisty cuffs with Zanbar Bone Some really memorable parts in this book

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City of Thieves

Terror stalks the night as Zanbar Bone and his bloodthirsty Moon Dogs hold the prosperous town of Silverton to ransom YOU are an adventurer and the merchants of Silverton turn to you in their hour of needYour mission takes you a. Best Fighting Fantasy gamebook by Ian Livingstone Loved the atmosphere of Port Blacksand the twists and the storyline a thrilling rogue style adventure that gave me hours of fun and a death count of 15 just because I tried to end it without cheating

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Long dark twisting streets where thieves vagabonds and creatures of the night lie in wait to trap the unwary traveller Beyond lies the most fearsome adventure of them all – the tower stronghold of the infamous Zanbar BonePart. This one is really driving me nuts I have played it on the Kindle and after easily getting through most of the story I am getting stomped by some fights at the end of the book that just seem to reuire a lot of luck to get throughI have a suspicion that skill scores are off in the kindle version I know in the paperbook version skill was capped at 12 It is capped at 11 on the kindle Even if you get items to help towards the end of the book you have to engage in some fights were even under the best scenario odds are stacked against you It s frustrating having to rely on sheer luckSaid so the gamebook is pretty interesting A different setting this volume takes place in a town which is a welcome change from the dungeon crawling of the early FF books And some surprising turns and twists For the most part it s fun searching for the items you need For the most part But the ending sections of the book are just an exercise in frustration relying on sheer luck

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Story part game this is a book with a difference – one in which YOU become the hero A pencil and an eraser are all you need to make your journey YOU decide which route to take which creatures to fight and which dangers to risk. It was wonderful to revisit Port Blacksand after all of these years but I m afraid I have to be that kid who points out that the emperor isn t wearing any clothes Whilst thoroughly enjoyable City of Thieves isn t the sharpest tool in the Fighting Fantasy shed Arbitrary choices abound and I was a bit gutted to be presented with a truly tiny and pedestrian Congratulations paragraph once I finally did slay the notorious Zanbar Bone Come on Ian I worked really hard for that Oh and then there s the fact that I needed to spend most of my time breaking into people s houses and then often killing then when they uite rightly protested my flagrant pilfering of their stuff And why am I always given the option to attack innocent shopkeepers with my sword Not very heroic Ah wellgood times nonetheless and the experience has left me curious about Ian s latest return to Port Blacksand Port of Peril


About the Author: Ian Livingstone

Ian Livingstone has been in the interactive games industry for over 25 years In the 1970s he co founded Games Workshop and launched Dungeons & Dragons in Europe later editing White Dwarf magazine In 1982 with Steve Jackson he wrote the first of the Fighting Fantasy™ Gamebooks which eventually sold over 15 million copies in 23 languages In 1995 he led the merger of computer games company Dom