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But the Fighting Fantasy series got a generation of children reading.
He has also written numerous "choose-you-own-adventure" gamebooks and also co-wrote three books for the Fighting Fantasy gamebook series.
He and business partner Steve Jackson created the Fighting Fantasy game books, he designed board games like Judge Dredd and computer games like Battlecars.
Mr Livingstone also launched and edited White Dwarf, has written many of the Fighting Fantasy books including Deathtrap Dungeon and has invented many board games.
Steve Jackson, Tracy Hickman, and Margaret Weiss developed series tied to gaming that were franchise fantasy; Mendlesohn and James identify these writers as "real hacks" (123) who exhausted the quest form via such series as the Fighting Fantasy and Dragonlance books.
The 19-year-old, from Shapfell, Brownsover, Rugby, narrowly avoided a string of collisions before police finally put an end to his fire fighting fantasy.
Perhaps controversially, Sarah had chosen a fighting fantasy narrative but her selection was based on the quality of the descriptive writing and the opportunity provided for her children to play and read at the same time, not to mention keep score and plan their strategies on paper
But whether or not fantasy is your cup of tea, you might well recall the Fighting Fantasy series that was published 25 years ago.