Robot Commando

Past and future meet in the land of Thalos What would you do if you were a rancher on a distant planet, using robots to herd vicious dinosaurs What would you do if your deadly enemies, the Karosseans, invaded What would you do if you knew that the protection of your homeland against the invaders and marauding dinosaurs was up to you alone Now is your chance to find out,Past and future meet in the land of Thalos What would you do if you were a rancher on a distant planet, using robots to herd vicious dinosaurs What would you do if your deadly enemies, the Karosseans, invaded What would you do if you knew that the protection of your homeland against the invaders and marauding dinosaurs was up to you alone Now is your chance to find out, for all this is exactly what happens in this thrilling futuristic adventure Part story, part game, this is a book in which YOU become the hero Two dice, a pencil and an eraser are all you need YOU decide which routes to take, which dangers to risk and which foes to fight.
Robot Commando Past and future meet in the land of Thalos What would you do if you were a rancher on a distant planet using robots to herd vicious dinosaurs What would you do if your deadly enemies the Karosseans

  • Title: Robot Commando
  • Author: Steve Jackson David Mayes Gary Martin
  • ISBN: 9780140321524
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Robot Commando”

    1. This was a nice enough diversion from the usual fantasy trend in Fighting Fantasy. First of all, any book sporting a cover with a robot brawling with a tyrannosaurus rex gains automatic awesomeness points. That HAD to be said.The story has a naive retro feel to it that makes it simply adorable. It's very short and rather simple. But it's really nothing special in the end. The artwork feels very old and sometimes even awkward, and there are no really interesting situations. I liked how the cities [...]

    2. A Mechwarrior Gamebook4 August 2012 This is another Fighting Fantasy Gamebook written by the US Steve Jackson which has made me notice that he has written a number of these books. I suspect that the two Steve Jacksons are probably good friends, most likely because they both like roleplaying games, they both run their own roleplaying game company, and they both have the same name. That may sound silly but seriously, one of my best friends in primary school was a guy named David S, and the main re [...]

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