Please log in to manage your collection or post a review.
El Barón Rojo (Spanish)
|User Summary:||You must discover who it was that shot down the Red Baron during World War I.|
It's not too surprising that a book about World War I would deal with the Red Baron, and this one does a pretty good job of it, though it might have been stronger had the reader been given an opportunity to know Richtofen better and thus be more emotionally affected by his ultimate demise. Perhaps that's a bit much to ask, though. The book's gameplay is decent; it does a nice job of avoiding the inventory-related infinite loop that I keep complaining about, and its choices often relate back to the data bank in meaningful ways. The book also happens to feature some interesting (and moodily dark) artwork.
|Special Thanks:||Thanks to Ryan Lynch for the first printing back cover, title page verso and spine images.|
|Users Who Own This Item:||Alatar001, Andys80s, Ardennes, bookwormjeff, dave2002a, Demian, domj29, Dtar, egokun, Erikwinslow, exaquint, Ffghtermedic, firefoxpdm, Greeneuva, Gurvo, Himynameistony, hoops4ever, horrorbusiness, jdreller, katzcollection, kinderstef, knginatl, mlvoss, Nomad, novelist1982, Pseudo_Intellectual, Radical347, resurgens, Sheridan77, Sir Olli, spragmatic, ThaRid, theyodaman, ThisIslandEarth, toadhjo, waktool (US 1st printing ($2.50)), Yalius|
|Users Who Want This Item:||bonhomme, CSquared, Cyan, dblizzard72, HAMBORSKI (i want this book), Mr ?, nelsondesign, NEMO, Ryuran333, SherlockHolmes, stock, Waluigi Freak 99|
|Users with Extra Copies:||kinderstef|
|Series:||Time Machine no. 24|
|Item:||World War I Flying Ace|
Pratt, George (interior)
0553168525 / 9780553168525
0553272314 / 9780553272314
|Description:||Although it lacks an explicit label as such, the pictured copy is likely a book fair or book club edition based on the lack of barcode on the rear cover and the alternate ISBN on the front cover.|
|Length:||125 pages (plus data bank and data file)|
|Number of Endings:||1|
Microsoft Reader edition
Time Machine #24 Map
Thanks to Julien Peter Benney for contributing this map of the book's structure.