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Fighting Fantasy is an elaborate role-playing game based on the legendary book series by Ian Livingston and Steve Jackson. The Game puts the player on a path of vengeance where they will brave the treacherous Firetop Mountain keep-the scene of the first adventure in the book series-on the way to a final confrontation with the evil warlock Zagor.

* Choose from a variety of weapons and armor pieces as you crush skulls and stab enemies
* Learn powerful spells that will protect your character in combat or cause serious damage to enemies
* Enjoy in-depth NPC interaction; speak with characters to find information you need to move forward in your quests, learn new skills, trade and more
* Fight an impressive diversity of monsters as they attack with fireballs, axes, poison, spells and more
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