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App description: The peasants of Nottingham bow under the weight of Prince Johns taxes; nobles fall to the Sheriffs political machinations; deserters from the Crusades pillage the land; and fairies lure the unwary into the depths of mist-shrouded Sherwood Forest, never to be seen again. Step into the chaos of a magical England at the end of the Third Crusade. Maid Marian hides breathless amidst the brambles after the sack of her fathers castle; Little John charges a bodyweight in gold to cross a lonely log; and Will Scarlet holds court in a brokedown tower surrounded by trees as tall as the sky, waiting for a king who will never come. The time is ripe, a spark is lit from the ashes of your home, from the shadow of anonymity, step into legend. You are Robin Hood.

Nocked! is a lushly-illustrated, text-driven role-playing game playable for minutes or hours at a time. Define the deeds and identity of Robin Hood, outlaw of Sherwood Forest; recruit allies, forge alliances, find love; and chart a path between war, negotiation, and dangerous magics. Your choices are remembered and your actions shape the world, but you cant do it alone.

Story and strategy collide as your reputation spreads and Merry Men join your band: Build and expand a base in the hidden deeps, manage your earnings from raids on tax collectors, and prepare for the coming of the Sheriff of Nottingham. There is no sure and easy path to victory, no one decision that will save your resistance; will you fall beneath the Sheriffs boot heel, or will you build a movement to last the ages? The choice is yours.

ManOfNottingham's comments:
Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood is now available.

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07-13-2017, 06:23 AM
Has anyone given this a go yet?

I'd love to, but it's just a touch out of my price range this far from pay day!
07-15-2017, 04:21 PM
Joined: Jun 2015
Posts: 9
Just finished my first playthrough that didn't end happily. About to replay. Highly recommend if you like choose your own adventure games. Reading and keeping track of everything can get tedious but it's still fun.
07-15-2017, 05:26 PM
Joined: Mar 2016
Posts: 250
Expensive word game?