The Warlock Of Firetop Mountain coming soon

the warlock of firetop mountain coming to linux games

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain from TinMan Games has just released the new digital adaptation on Windows PC and Mac this week, but Linux is coming soon. The original Fighting Fantasy gamebook, also written by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson. Which first published almost 34 years to the day.

Steve Jackson said, “Congratulations to the Tin Man team for this brilliant re-imagineering of the original Fighting Fantasy book. It is an innovative hybrid which breathes new life into the text adventure format. With a brand new digital features.”

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is also now closer towards its table-top role-playing roots. Since the games coming with a rich interactive 3D map. An update for simultaneous turn-based combat system. And also the ability to explore Firetop Mountain with multiple characters.

So each of these characters, represents a digital figurine. With their own motivation entering Zagor’s domain. And also each one changes the story depending on the narrative choices of the player.

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain – Steam Teaser Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Since you play as the noble and experienced adventurer Alexandra of Blacksand? Or perhaps take the pious and righteous path of battle-priest Landov Lowan? While avoiding the risks of combat with evasive sleep-bomb manouveurs as Krea Datura! Maybe get straight to the punch with hard-hitting rhino-man Twenty-Three.

Encounter the nostalgic aesthetic of classic tabletop RPG’s. While playing with over 100 handsomely painted character and monster miniatures. Takin on and exploring the depths of Firetop Mountain.

Ian Livingstone added, “This version of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is the most ambitious yet. With new rooms, tricks and traps. It is sure to intrigue both existing FF fans and those new to the genre. This is the Warlock you have never seen before.”

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is now available to download for $19.99 USD on Windows PC and Mac from Steam and Humble Store. The Linux release will follow in three weeks.

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