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You are kidnapped and wake up in chains in an underground cell of a castle in a remote part of Romania. You discover the castle is owned by a magalomaniac who is running a secret scientific programme – injecting hundreds of prisoners with zombie blood. You are next in line and don't have much time to escape. You are kidnapped and wake up in chains in an underground cell of a castle in a remote part of Romania. You discover the castle is owned by a magalomaniac who is running a secret scientific programme – injecting hundreds of prisoners with zombie blood. You are next in line and don't have much time to escape.


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You are kidnapped and wake up in chains in an underground cell of a castle in a remote part of Romania. You discover the castle is owned by a magalomaniac who is running a secret scientific programme – injecting hundreds of prisoners with zombie blood. You are next in line and don't have much time to escape. You are kidnapped and wake up in chains in an underground cell of a castle in a remote part of Romania. You discover the castle is owned by a magalomaniac who is running a secret scientific programme – injecting hundreds of prisoners with zombie blood. You are next in line and don't have much time to escape.

30 review for Blood of the Zombies

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bethnoir

    To be honest, I bought this because I remember the worlds that opened up to me when I read the original books as a young person and for old times sake. I do not like zombies. I don't think they're a thing I want to encounter, so this was probably not the book for me. There are a lot of zombies and I died. I didn't really like the modern setting and having guns and bombs and there was nowhere in the book that I wanted to revisit. If you haven't read any fighting fantasy books, I wouldn't recommend To be honest, I bought this because I remember the worlds that opened up to me when I read the original books as a young person and for old times sake. I do not like zombies. I don't think they're a thing I want to encounter, so this was probably not the book for me. There are a lot of zombies and I died. I didn't really like the modern setting and having guns and bombs and there was nowhere in the book that I wanted to revisit. If you haven't read any fighting fantasy books, I wouldn't recommend starting here. There are better ones.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alexis Hall

    H feels I am letting the side down by not having a review for Blood of Zombies. I therefore transcribe H's comments: "This is a classic Ian Livingston instadeathaganza. At one point, I became so demoralised that I attempted to cheat and still failed. It's one of those books where you basically auto-lose if you don't find the right obscure item at the right time. You also auto-lose if you don't keep track of the number of zombies you killed, and kill enough zombies. Sort of brilliant, in a ludicrou H feels I am letting the side down by not having a review for Blood of Zombies. I therefore transcribe H's comments: "This is a classic Ian Livingston instadeathaganza. At one point, I became so demoralised that I attempted to cheat and still failed. It's one of those books where you basically auto-lose if you don't find the right obscure item at the right time. You also auto-lose if you don't keep track of the number of zombies you killed, and kill enough zombies. Sort of brilliant, in a ludicrous, really old school way." Enjoy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Adele Broadbent

    From the author of the huge Fight Fantasy series. This is a brilliant ‘Create your own adventure’ story, oozing with zombies, hidden hallways, rats, spiders cockroaches and other terrifying scenarios, all wrapped up in Goraya Castle owned by insane megalomaniac Gingrich Yurr. Every choice you make can determine whether you live or die at the hands of the screeching zombies… all while the master of the castle is out for your blood. Excellent

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Draganov

    Crazy horror game in the 80s style of the Fighting Fantasy - insanely hard, short episodes, endless battles, but strangely atmospheric.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nanette

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book! It kept me busy for quite a few hours. I'm definitely going to go through the adventure again, and try to get all of Yurr's zombies. Thoroughly enjoyed this book! It kept me busy for quite a few hours. I'm definitely going to go through the adventure again, and try to get all of Yurr's zombies.

  6. 4 out of 5

    David

    I'll give the book props for cheesiness ala Army of Darkness and budget zombie flicks. Aside from that, there's not much to recommend. It's supposed to be a special edition gamebook, but there's nothing spectacular about it. App-wise, it's similar in polish to other Tin Man Games, so there's no complaints there. The game system is different from all other Fighting Fantasy gamebooks and is in a way too simplistic and punishing. One - just one - unlucky roll can kill you or basically makes it impos I'll give the book props for cheesiness ala Army of Darkness and budget zombie flicks. Aside from that, there's not much to recommend. It's supposed to be a special edition gamebook, but there's nothing spectacular about it. App-wise, it's similar in polish to other Tin Man Games, so there's no complaints there. The game system is different from all other Fighting Fantasy gamebooks and is in a way too simplistic and punishing. One - just one - unlucky roll can kill you or basically makes it impossible to finish the gamebook. It's so superfluous that it's almost pointless to play. Doing hardcore mode is basically just abusing the unlimited bookmarks the app allows you. The story itself is ok - you've been kidnapped while being a mythology-obsessed student - and now needs to put an end to a dastardly plan to eradicate all humans. Even the premise is a bit silly - for example, you got kidnapped while touring the world (student? really?). The writing itself is pretty bland and ignores it's own inconsistencies - like zombies crawling all over the manor despite it not being ready to release them yet, or none of the still living inhabitants reacting to grenades and machine gun fire all over the manor. Or the fact that you had been starved for almost a week and still rather hale. I know, the tone of this gamebook is such that it's not meant to be taken seriously. I just got the feeling that there's no attempt at storytelling, and just glossing things over to get to the zombies. It also only works if you enjoy the journey, which I didn't. This gamebook adhered absolutely to the One True Path approach. Deviate even slightly (right instead of left, for example) and you either die a horrible death, or miss out killing one zombie and lose, or miss out one item and lose. With each replay you get a little further in, following the exact same path you took previously. Plenty of much better gamebooks out there.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    In Blood of the Zombies, you've been kidnapped and sold to a megalomaniac who wants to build an army of zombies to exact revenge of those who mocked him. Now you must find a way to escape from the castle before you too are turned into one of the undeads. The story itself is nothing special, I've read better Fighting Fantasy stories to be honest but it has a certain old school charm about it. I read/played through this on the Android app. What I like about the app is that you can pick a difficulty In Blood of the Zombies, you've been kidnapped and sold to a megalomaniac who wants to build an army of zombies to exact revenge of those who mocked him. Now you must find a way to escape from the castle before you too are turned into one of the undeads. The story itself is nothing special, I've read better Fighting Fantasy stories to be honest but it has a certain old school charm about it. I read/played through this on the Android app. What I like about the app is that you can pick a difficulty level to reflect how you might play (cheat) in the real life counterpart. On the easy setting, you have the ability to heal yourself whenever you want, go back to the previous decision and unlock any option even if you do not possess the required item and on the hard setting, you must survive the whole adventure on limited health. Luckily you're given unlimited bookmarks so you can go back should your decision turn out to be unfavourable or a fight didn't turn out as you hoped. The difficulty of the book is tougher than I thought. I started off with the medium setting and kept dying to hordes of zombies so I resorted to the easy setting and cheated my way through. Even though I've completed it once on the easy setting, I think it will take a miracle to replicate the same success on the hard setting. I wish there's an option to switch weapons so I don't have to waste my shotgun shells on one or two zombies but luckily in my playthroughs so far there's been just enough ammo. This was a great nostalgia trip and it was fun to play through the story despite how difficult it can be. For sure, it will take me a while to complete all of the achievements in the app. (Originally posted at http://www.paperlessreading.com/2013/...)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    So I got as far as 325, died of Attack Dog attack... Lost all Stamina. First time I've ever played according to the rules though;) With dice and all. I'll give it another go some other time for sure, because I really want to know how the story turns out. Remind me a lot to House of Hell. And I love zombies. So I got as far as 325, died of Attack Dog attack... Lost all Stamina. First time I've ever played according to the rules though;) With dice and all. I'll give it another go some other time for sure, because I really want to know how the story turns out. Remind me a lot to House of Hell. And I love zombies.

  9. 4 out of 5

    La Espada en la Tinta

    Podéis encontrar la primera reseña en castellano del librojuego en el enlace: http://www.laespadaenlatinta.com/2013... Podéis encontrar la primera reseña en castellano del librojuego en el enlace: http://www.laespadaenlatinta.com/2013...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    This was fun and certainly made for a pleasant few hours of nostalgia.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    Addictive. It's going to take a while for me to figure out how the hell to get out of Yurr's place whilst still taking out every last zombie...sigh. Addictive. It's going to take a while for me to figure out how the hell to get out of Yurr's place whilst still taking out every last zombie...sigh.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Raymond

    This book was read by me with exciting moments and zombies. but I don't thing I can win this book. This book was read by me with exciting moments and zombies. but I don't thing I can win this book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dayna

    This one was a little different from the fantasy fighting books I used to read, in that it wasn’t your classic swords and sorcery style. Which I think I prefer. So I didn’t like this one as much as the previous one I read, but hey, at least I know that now! Still, it was engrossing and interesting enough.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michael Reilly

  15. 5 out of 5

    Borislav Traykov

  16. 4 out of 5

    Adrian

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mo

  18. 5 out of 5

    Neil Williams

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ivo Kolev

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sean Dejucos

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mjhancock

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jan

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matt Tarbit

  24. 5 out of 5

    João Lamas

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ekel Adolf

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stozzi

  27. 5 out of 5

    nitish

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Pascall

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kaleb

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tazio Bettin

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