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MyGamer: Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain Review

MyGamer writes: "Like a first person Baldur's Gate, Fighting Fantasy controls movement with the D-pad while the face buttons, or stylus, controls the view point. For some reason, I found using the face buttons to be much more comfortable and accurate than the touch screen. But herein lies one of the game's major problems; you must use the touch screen to enter rooms or perform other important actions like selecting spells and navigating the menu screens. This means that the player must constantly hold the stylus while using the face buttons. It only gets worse if the player is accustomed to using inverted Y Axis controls too."

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