50°
Submitted by STGuy1040 932d ago | review

Fighting Fantasy: House of Hell Review | PixelPerfectGaming

The House of Hell by Steve Jackson is just one of many paperback books that have made the transition to digital game thanks to Tin Man Game’s Gamebook Adventure engine. Like the other releases in the series, you start by building your character and reading a brief introduction of the game mechanics. The character creation process in House of Hell still includes the basic stamina and combat skills from previous releases, but it is also introduces another stat called ‘Fear’. Fear determines how many scares your character can withstand before dying of fright. It’s a unique feature that forces the player to procedure with caution as they investigate the mansion. (Android, Fighting Fantasy: House of Hell, iPad, iPhone) 5/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Until Dawn Review | AusGamers

9m ago - AG: Even though Until Dawn dropped us into the ski boots of perpetually horny, relentlessly hunt... | PS4
40°

Until Dawn Review | Game Over

22m ago - GO: There was a moment near the end of Until Dawn when I knew I was doing something stupid. My c... | PS4
Ad

Check What Xbox One Games are Coming Out in August

Now - At Releases.com you can check release dates for all Xbox One games. Visit now and start tracking the games you plan to buy. | Promoted post
30°

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review | The Game Scouts

31m ago - Tin Salamunic: As I finalized my thoughts on the Mega Man Legacy Collection, I found it difficult... | PC
30°

Year Walk on Wii U gets a release date

38m ago - Award winning Indie-game Year Walk comes to Wii U September 17th | Wii U
40°

Top Five Most Anticipated Games

39m ago - After the reveals and announcements of this year's E3 and Gamescom, one of the writers at Throwin... | PC