To Be or Not To Be: A Chooseable-Path Adventure

To Be or Not To Be: A Chooseable-Path Adventure

Language: English

Pages: 368

ISBN: 0735212198

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The greatest work in English literature, now in the greatest format of English literature: a chooseable-path adventure!
 
When Shakespeare wrote Hamlet he gave the world just one possible storyline, drawn from a constellation of billions of alternate narratives.  And now you can correct that horrible mistake! Play as Hamlet and avenge your father's death—with ruthless efficiency this time. Play as Ophelia and change the world with your scientific brilliance. Play as Hamlet's father and die on the first page, then investigate your own murder… as a ghost! Featuring over 100 different endings, each illustrated by today's greatest artists, incredible side quests, fun puzzles, and a book-within-a-book instead of a play-within-a-play, To Be or Not To Be offers up new surprises and secrets every time you read it.

You decide this all sounds extremely excellent, and that you will definitely purchase this book right away.  Because as the Bard said: “to be or not to be… that is the adventure.”

...You're almost certain that's how it goes.

To Be or Not To Be originally launched as a record-breaking Kickstarter project. This new, reader-friendly edition features the same text and illustrations as the original version, redesigned to take up half as many pages and weigh a whole pound less.

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won! You are now the queen of Denmark! It’s so awesome!” » Be the new queen of Denmark « * * * * * * “You have bested me in an honourable game of trivia and come out the better for it,” you say, offering your hand. “Congratulations.” Fortinbras looks at you for a moment before accepting your hand. “Thanks. You were really fast at slapping a table.” “Yep,” you reply. “Well, good luck with Denmark! Everyone I know is dead so I’m...gonna go move somewhere else now.” “Okay,

of making me wish that I, as narrator, wasn’t quite so omniscient. Anyway, after a while it’s tomorrow! » Greet the new day « * * * * * * “No man, I’m good for swordfights,” you say, and Osric leaves. Nicely done! Alright, now all we need to do is expose the king. To the royal court! It’s just up ahead, actually! As you step forward, Horatio puts his hand on your chest to stop you. “Look,” he says, “I know you’ve been different since you got back from England. And I know you

SOMEHOW — everything clicks. It works. It feels right. As the hug continues, you realize that it feels more than right: it actually feels terrific! This, my friend, is a hug for the ages. It lingers for a while longer and when you all exit it, crazy grins on your faces, you feel way better than you did going in. Your maximum stamina has been increased by 2 points! » Hug them again! More stamina!! « » Ask them how they’ve been « * * * * * * This time it’s just weird and

Claudius!” Hamlet says, brandishing his copy of Gonzago. “Why don’t you read THIS book today?” “I certainly don’t see why not,” Claudius says, and Hamlet passes him the book. Hamlet seems to hesitate on where to go next, but settles on standing behind the king so he can see what he’s reading. As Claudius begins to read, you become really intent on what’s happening. In fact, you’re staring at Claudius and listening with such insane intensity that you almost feel like you’ve become the man

laughs the whole time. Just before he dies, Osric holds up one hand to get you to stop. “Wait, wait, wait a second,” he says. “I have to ask you a question.” You point your sword at his neck. “Better not take too long,” you say. “I’m not sure how much blood you have left in there.” Osric looks at the sword, then up at you. He’s smiling. “What makes you think,” he says, grinning through a mouth full of blood and broken teeth, “that I was the only one Claudius talked to?” “What?” you say. “He

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