Steampunk Peter Pan Gamebook Anyone?


Artist Kev Crossley's Steampunk Take On Peter Pan

Artist Kev Crossley’s Steampunk Take On Peter Pan

Peter Pan gets a Steam Punk face lift in this new gamebook by Fighting Fantasy Gamebook Guru Jonathan Green.

About NEVERLAND – Here Be Monsters!
It’s Treasure Island meets Jurassic Park! It’s Cutthroat Island meets King Kong! It’s Pirates of the Caribbean meets The Land That Time Forgot! It’s Pirates versus Dinosaurs! And you can play as either shipwreck survivor Wendy Darling or automaton avenger Peter Pan. Anybody who has read and played The Wicked Wizard of Oz or Alice’s Nightmare in Wonderland will have a very clear idea of what to expect!
Jonathan Green is multi talented being an author, editor and games designer, he is “The modern master of the gamebook format”, author of  the Pax Britannia steampunk series and multiple Tie in titles including Warhammer, Sonic the Hedgehog and Doctor Who.

In NEVERLAND, you play as either shipwreck survivor Wendy Darling or automaton avenger Peter Pan. You decide which path to take, which risks to brave, and even which of the strange inhabitants of Neverland, you will meet along the way, to engage in battle.

Success is by no means certain and you may well fail to complete the adventure at your first attempt. However, with experience, skill, and maybe even a little luck, each new attempt should bring you closer to your ultimate goal.

But whether survive your quest and escape Neverland, or succumb to Captain Hook’s ruthless scheming, will be down to the choices YOU make.

NEVERLAND is available initially via Kickstarter in three different formats – eBook (which will include hyperlinks), paperback, and a special limited edition collector’s hardback.

The gamebook contains an introduction, all the rules you need to play, the adventure itself (which runs to over 500 numbered sections), a host of illustrations, and an Adventure Sheet for recording your stats as you work your way through the story.

The NEVERLAND – Here Be Monsters! Kickstarter is now live


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