Just read this. Fucking awesome. What are some of the best "Choose your own adventure" type books?
Why is this type of genre not more popular?
And why are the vast majority of the titles geared toward kids?
"Choose your own adventure General", I guess.
>"Choose your own adventure General"
Also, "Goosebumps General"
>flann o'brien was working on what was basically a choose-your-own-adventure book when he died
Sounds cool. Do you know the title?
>but they havent published it.
Those fucking cucks.
Lifeline 2 , its an app. I'm looking into digital choose your own adventure games and they're pretty awesome. Especially with the graphics in lifeline 2. Other ones like versus1 are a bit more wordy but pretty cool. Goosebumps is old school.
I actually just read that with my little sister a few days ago.
She was able to make it to the end somehow. I was impressed, most of the times she dies in these things.
did you stay with the indoors team or outdoors team?
I'm gonna reread it with her soon and do outdoors.
I've been going through all of my old Goosebumps books recently to hype myself up for the movie coming out, hoping to feel some sort of genuine nostalgia to break up the cynical ennui of day to day post grad life.
I know this sort of takes away from the reading process, but I am doing a CYOA podcast which people can be on.
Let me know what you think. I'm doing Beware the Purple Peanut Butter as we speak, as well as the Marvel Gamebooks.
Also, and this again not necessarily about books, but if you listen to this with headphone it's pretty awesome!
If you want adult CYOA's (possibly stay away from Writing.com Interactives) Try Click Hole's clickventrues