• Fighting Fantasy Computer Games | Titannica | Fandom

    For other uses of Seas of Blood, see Seas of Blood Seas of Blood was the first Fighting Fantasy computer game published by a company other than Puffin Books and was the only game to bear the Fighting Fantasy Software branding. 1 Release 2 Packaging 3 Critical Response 4 All Variations Across Platforms 5 See Also In 1985 AdventureSoft signed deals with Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone that ...

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    The fictional universe of the Star Wars franchise features multiple planets and moons.While only the feature films and selected other works are considered canon to the franchise since the 2012 acquisition of Lucasfilm by The Walt Disney Company, some …

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  • Fighting Fantasy | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

    A series of Choose Your Own Adventure game books, targeted at children and teenagers. The majority of the 50+ books were set in a generic fantasy land called Titan, which later got its own tabletop RPG spin-off. Originally published by Puffin throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the series went out of print in 1995, having amassed 59 gamebooks, several spin-off series (including a range of novels ...

  • Rebel Planet (book) | Titannica | Fandom

    For other uses of Rebel Planet, see Rebel Planet Rebel Planet is a single-player role-playing gamebook written by Robin Waterfield, illustrated by Gary Mayes and originally published in 1985 by Puffin Books. It forms part of Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone's Fighting Fantasy series. It is the 18th in the series in the original Puffin series (ISBN 0-14-031952-2). There are currently no ...

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    This is the Battle for Earth Revised Map Game! As some of you might know, the Battle for Earth map game slowly died off, and now Scrawland and I are trying to revive it in all its potential glory. Please obey the rules, and have the most fun possible! The POD is the same. Human nations detect an unidentified object crashing onto Mars and exploding. While the Americans blamed the Soviets and ...

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    The Rebel Planet began as an idea back in the birth of the 90s between Peter Churness (CEO) and Tom Hilpert (Creative Director) whilst they were in Seminary. It wasn't until 2003 that both decided to create a video game of their idea. This was the birth of Rebel Planet Creations.

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    "I started out hunting Sith. Now I am hunting Jedi. I see little difference." — Agent Twine Agent Twine (ISB-128), or "K" as his nickname stands (Kendrith Twine II) was the Director of the Imperial Intelligence Agency. His father was a pilot for the Empire who was stationed on a Tatooine base. Learning to fly on his father's tie fighter K became a well known pilot. He eventually joined the ...

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    A Death Star was a gargantuan space station armed with a planet-destroying superlaser. 1 Death Stars 1.1 DS-1 Orbital Battle Station 1.2 DS-2 Death Star 2 Appearances 2.1 Non-canon appearances 3 Sources 4 Notes and references The DS-1 Orbital Battle …

  • Demons of the Deep (computer game) | Titannica | Fandom

    For other uses of Demons of the Deep, see Demons of the Deep (disambiguation) Both Appointment with F.E.A.R. and Demons of the Deep appeared in an advertisement that was carried in both Warlock issue 7 and issue 8 for Fighting Fantasy Software. The advert was ostensibly for the game Seas of Blood but carried provisional release dates for four other games that would be made for "Fighting ...

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    Aug 25, 2013· Rebel Planet is probably my favourite of the six original FF computer games. It replaces gamebook style touchy-feely features such as dice generators with a greater emphasis on causality and real-time urgency and survivalism.

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    The original Hamurabi computer game was written by Richard Merrill in 1969, making it one of the first simulation games ever made. The game was ported to BASIC by David Ahl, and was featured in his best selling book, 'BASIC Computer Games' where it gained wide spread popularity.

  • Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back - Fandom

    Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, marketed as simply The Empire Strikes Back, is a 1980 film directed by Irvin Kershner and written by Leigh Brackett and Lawrence Kasdan from a story by George Lucas. It is the second film in the Star Wars original trilogy. The film concerns the continuing struggles of the Rebel Alliance against the Galactic Empire. During the film, Han Solo ...

  • Fighting Fantasy - Wikipedia

    Fighting Fantasy is a series of single-player role-playing gamebooks created by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.The first volume in the series was published in paperback by Puffin in 1982.. The series distinguished itself by mixing Choose Your Own Adventure …

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    Crait was home to both the Rebel Alliance and the Resistance. During the reign of the Galactic Empire, the early rebel movement—a loose network of rebel cells led in secret by Senator Bail Organa of Alderaan —established a secret outpost on the northern continent of the planet Crait. In the year 3 BBY, one of these rebel …

  • Rebel Planet | Video Game | VideoGameGeek

    User Summary A graphical text adventure adaptation of the Fighting Fantasy gamebook of the same name. The game manual says: "As the mighty alien Arcadian Empire tightens its hold on the galaxy, the leaders of the secret earth organisation SAROS, gather their slender resources into one last daring and foolhardy mission to strike at the heart of the invaders home planet.

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    Rebel Strike director Julian Eggebrecht with the Star Wars cockpit arcade model, in The Making of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike. Joe Booth is credited as one of the game's programmers while John Cassells was the one responsible for the graphics. The game was programmed for the Atari 2600 by Bob Smith, who was involved in programming many other games for Atari.

  • Appointment with F.E.A.R. (computer game) | Titannica | Fandom

    For other uses of Appointment with F.E.A.R., see Appointment with F.E.A.R. Both Appointment with F.E.A.R. and Demons of the Deep appeared in an advertisement that was carried in both Warlock issue 7 and issue 8 for Fighting Fantasy Software. The advert was ostensibly for the game Seas of Blood but carried provisional release dates for four other games that would be made for "Fighting Fantasy ...

  • Fighting Fantasy | Card Game Database Wiki | Fandom

    Fighting Fantasy is a series of single-player roleplay gamebooks created by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone. The first volumes in the series were published by Puffin in 1982, with the rights to the series eventually being purchased by Wizard Books in 2002. The series distinguished itself by featuring a role-playing element, with the caption on many of the covers claiming each title was an ...

  • Rebellion Storyline/Intro Missions | EVN Wiki | Fandom

    "Thank you," he says sincerely, "I owe you my life. These men would have destroyed my mind for some pathetic spy-game benefit. They'll be after you too now. I suggest that you get the hell out of the Federation as soon as possible. My only suggestion would be for you to go to Rebel planet of Merrol in the Aldebaran system and ask for Jay in the ...

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    Rebel Planet Creations, LLC (RPC) was formed in early 2005 for the purpose of producing fantasy novels and role-playing computer games that are highly creative, original and fun, but that also communicate the central spiritual themes of the …

  • Rebel Planet | Titannica | Fandom

    Rebel Planet can refer to one of the following: Rebel Planet - the gamebook published in 1985. Rebel Planet - a computer game based on the gamebook released in 1986.

  • Star Wars: Empire at War | Wookieepedia | Fandom

    Star Wars: Empire at War (sometimes abbreviated EaW) is a real-time strategy (RTS) game that takes place in the Star Wars universe. Promising to end the perceived mediocrity of past Star Wars RTS games (like Star Wars: Force Commander and Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds), Empire at War started from the ground up.. The game was developed by Petroglyph, comprising many former …

  • Rebel Planet (computer game) | Titannica | Fandom

    For other uses of Rebel Planet, see Rebel Planet Rebel Planet was the fifth Fighting Fantasy computer game to be published and was the first to be advertised as being developed by AdventureSoft and distributed by U.S. Gold. 1 Release 2 Packaging 3 Critical Response 4 All Variations Across Platforms 5 See Also 6 References The game was released in 1986. AdventureSoft had bought the licence to ...

  • Rebel Planet | Fighting Fantasy Fan

    Rebel Planet YOU become an operative of SAROS (Search And Research Of Space) assigned to visit the resistance movement on three planets, to collect a code that can set the human race free. By the year 2453, humanity has developed interstellar travel and …

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    Games featured in UK magazines for the BBC series of computers from Acorn.

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    The Central Arcadian Computer in Rebel Planet In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy you had the greatest computer in the universe, designed by the second greatest computer in the universe, "Deep Thought", whose sole purpose was to discover the answer …