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Random Solo Adventure: The Cave & the Treasure

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The Cave & the Treasure is a FREE tiny Random Solo Adventure.

At only 28 pages, it takes you on a quick, but fun, journey through a random dungeon, chasing a legendary treasure!

The book is based on the Random Solo Adventure rule system, though a bit minimized for the free version.

This is released for FREE (or pay what you want - all support is appreciated and makes it possible for us to continue create new gamebooks!) for anyone to download and even spread further to your friends and family.

Have fun!

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Jacob R January 06, 2016 5:10 pm UTC
Not sure if it's just me, but the hyperlinks don't seem to work. It would be very helpful if the pages were numbered, so you could manually turn if needed.
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Ranjith B January 06, 2016 5:47 pm UTC

I actually wanted to print the book to play offline, so page numbers would really be appreciated (^_^;;

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Jesper Pingo L January 07, 2016 1:44 pm UTC
I'm so sorry to hear that you have problems with the interactive links. The PDF is tested in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, version 2015.009.20079. Try updating your Reader and see if that solves the problem.

As for printing: actually, this was totally overlooked since our goal with this free version was to create an interactive PDF, not a print item. For future free versions we will of course incorporate page numbers as well, and if we get some time to update this we will do so and put up a new version.

Currently we are however completing Random Solo Adventure number 2, Jungle Quest, and just started working on the third book, Post Apocalypse. We will also add Fantasy Dungeon as print book soon, and hopefully upload more free items.

Thank you all for downloading our book, and if anyone have any other suggestions, then please feel free to let us know!
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Ranjith B January 07, 2016 6:16 pm UTC

While I have not had time to actually play having been rather busy at work, I already noticed something about Fantasy Dungeon while printing it out: Page 113. Personally, I think that using this device hurts the idea of diversity a lot as it removes a lot of interesting details/differences at a psychological important stage of the game. I really think that using more diversity at that point would greatly improve the impact of the game.

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Jesper Pingo L January 08, 2016 3:00 am UTC
Thank you Ranjith E for your input (regarding our other book, Fantasy Dungeon).

While I do agree with the psychological effects that you are talking about on the specific event, the alternative would have created a larger book which in turn would have made it more expensive. The book was first made for print.

Even though I personally believe the specific event works, I do agree that a more diverse approach would of course have benefitted the book.

In our future books you will see that key events liket his does not have this device. Specifically JUNGLE QUEST (part 2), is different for obvious reasons that you might see if you purchase that book.

Also POST APOCALYPSE (part 3) will take more care when coming to these key events.

Any further comments on either of the books are greatly appreciated!

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Damian H October 22, 2017 5:22 pm UTC
Using Chrome, there is no hyperlink for opening the treasure test with the dagger at the beginning of the game.

Would have liked to see the choices underlined.
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This title was added to our catalog on January 06, 2016.