If you've played and liked Steve Jackson's Sorcery! game on either Android or iOS, you'll probably love Fighting Fantasy Legends, the new RPG card game from the co-founders of Games Workshop (Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone) and Nomad Games.
Fighting Fantasy Legends is a card-based role-playing game that features roguelike elements. The game features thousands of choices, which makes the replay value higher than most mobile games in the same genre.
Make no mistake, this is RPG of epic proportions, as you'll be playing through the stories of three famous gamebooks: City of Thieves, The Warlock of Firetop Mountain and Citadel of Chaos.
Each location in the game has a shuffled deck of cards that contain nightmarish creatures, powerful objects, and dramatic events. Players must build their collection of powerful treasures and pray to the goddess of luck (or just roll high numbers on the dice) to have a chance of surviving.
Moreover, developers pride themselves with a unique dice combat system that will allow players to upgrade their dice as their characters level-up. For hardcore gamers, Fighting Fantasy Legends features three difficulty levels and permadeath mode.
Fighting Fantasy Legends is now available for Android and iOS devices, but it will not come for free. The game costs $4.99, but you'll be able to experience the entire adaptation to the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks.