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Publisher: Chooseco -- United States
Categories: Complexity Level : Basic (No Game System)
Format : Paperback
Genre : Adventure
Genre : Contemporary Fiction
Genre : Fantasy
Genre : Horror
Genre : Mystery
Genre : Science Fiction
Product Family : Choose Your Own Adventure
Target Age Group : Older Children
Writing Style : Present Tense
Writing Style : Second Person
Translated Into: Elige tu propia aventura (Ediciones SM, 2007-) (Spanish)
Elige tu propia aventura (Editorial Terracota, 2007-) (Spanish)

This series of reissues from the classic Choose Your Own Adventure series is aimed at the educational market as well as consumers. As with the Fighting Fantasy Reissues, the release order is switched around significantly and some original titles are mixed in with the reprints. Australian editions were issued with different covers and with some volumes skipped (see this page for details).


Choose Your Own Adventure Box Set 1 (1-4)
Choose Your Own Adventure Box Set 3 (9-12)
Choose Your Own Adventure Epic Collection


1. The Abominable Snowman
2. Journey Under the Sea
3. Space and Beyond
4. The Lost Jewels of Nabooti
5. Mystery of the Maya
6. House of Danger
7. Race Forever
8. Escape
9. Lost on the Amazon
10. Prisoner of the Ant People
11. Trouble on Planet Earth
12. War with the Evil Power Master
13. The Mystery of Ura Senke
14. The Case of the Silk King
15. Beyond Escape!
16. Secret of the Ninja
17. The Brilliant Dr. Wogan
18. Return to Atlantis
19. Forecast from Stonehenge
20. Inca Gold
21. Struggle Down Under
22. Tattoo of Death
23. Silver Wings
24. Terror on the Titanic
25. Search for the Mountain Gorillas
26. Moon Quest
27. Project UFO
28. The Island of Time
29. Smoke Jumper
30. Chinese Dragons
31. Track Star!
32. U.N. Adventure: Mission to Molowa
33. Blood on the Handle
34. Zombie Penpal
35. Behind the Wheel
36. Punishment: Earth
37. Pirate Treasure of the Onyx Dragon
38. Search for the Black Rhino
39. Curse of the Pirate Mist
40. The Trail of Lost Time
41. By Balloon to the Sahara
42. Escape from the Haunted Warehouse
43. The Magic of the Unicorn
44. Surf Monkeys
45. The Trumpet of Terror
46. The Throne of Zeus
47. Return of the Ninja
48. The Lost Ninja
49. The Rescue of the Unicorn
50. Time Travel Inn
51. The Flight of the Unicorn
52. Brooklyn Mermaid
53. Antarctica!
54. The Warlock and the Unicorn

Reference/Non-Fiction Books

Choose Your Own Adventure Teacher's Guide
Choose Your Own Adventure Writer's Handbook

Related Documents


Choose Your Own Adventure - The Abominable Snowman: Differences
This article compares the original and revised editions of The Abominable Snowman

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User Comments

Some of the books in this series have what seem to be obvious updates from the original. House of Danger, for example, features a line about how you enter the address of the house into your smartphone, also some of the dilemma about whether to call the police or not seems a bit useless, as your character is carrying a phone, while in the 80s you'd have had to spend precious time to go and find a land line.


It seems that R. A. Montgomery has taken the series over and put out reissues of mostly his books and those of his wife (Shannon Gilligan) and one entry from Jay Liebold (Secret of the Ninja). Not an Edward Packard title in the lot.

The books have all new cover and interior illustrations and have reverted to the original Choose Your Own Adventure style of a white cover with a framed illustration and the CYOA name in an elongated red oval (now in metallic printing along with the book's title on the front cover). In fact, apart from looking brand-new, the format seems to be exactly the same, even down to the signature CYOA font. There is even a tie-in website which allows users to take "virtual adventures", special online-only paths.

Although Montgomery isn't my favorite gamebook author, it is admirable that he is trying to revive the series. I hope that at some point he might add new titles to the series, rather than just reprints.


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