In this humorous, raunchy and definitely not suitable for kids sci-fi adventure written by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal webcomic creator Zach Weinersmith, readers become an unlikely intergalactic hero.
You are a clone raised by the mysterious Silene Monks. Once the guardians of peace and justice in the galaxy, they have long since been superseded by modern technology. Now they spend most of their time hanging out and playing video games. But you are not like the rest of your clone brothers. You have been chosen for a special destiny. Make the right decisions and you’ll complete your training, explore a universe full of adventure, and prove yourself a hero. Make the wrong decisions and you’ll be dead. Really dead. It’s hard to emphasise just how dead you will be. So here’s a pro tip for you: try to make the right decisions.
Tin Man Games has transformed Weinersmith’s tome into a fully interactive gamebook complete with “brand new death endings written by Zach, exclusive to the digital version, as well as bookmarks that can be placed to remember your path, so you don’t get too annoyed when you read Zach’s new death endings.” It also has the automated character sheets that Tin Man Game fans have come to love and expect, but there is one brilliant new feature that sets this newest venture apart and he goes by the name of…Wil Wheaton!
That’s right, Trial of The Clone is an audiogamebook narrated by the one an only Ensign Wesley Crusher himself…Wil ‘Frickin’ Wheaton! (okay I’m fairly certain that ‘Frickin’ is probably not Wil’s actual middle name). He can optionally narrate the entire book for you and if you have ever listened to the audio book release of Ready Player One…then you know that you are in for a bit of aural pleasure!
Additionally, this Gamebook version of Trial of The Clone features its own original soundtrack and new color artwork from illustrator Chris Jones, as well as plenty of achievements and missions to complete.
Trial of The Clone is available now on the App Store as well as a number of other platforms for just $3.99.