Fighting Fantasy gamebook developer Tin Man Games has launched its first kid’s release, The Forgotten Spell. Aimed at eight to 12 year olds, The Forgotten Spell is the first entry in the Spellcaster Trilogy, penned by Australian author Louisa Dent Pearce and previously published in dead tree form. The story concerns the realms of the fey, and has been illustrated by Fighting Fantasy regular Tony Hough. Grab it for your sprogs now on the App Store for iOS, or for Android on Google Play or Amazon Appstore. It’ll set you back $3.99/£2.49/€3.59.
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The Forgotten Spell
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