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|URL||Internet Archive record of AMYLASE|
|Current Status||Closed (October 26 2009)|
AMYLASE - online resources for Fighting Fantasy gamebooks by Steve Jackson & Ian Livingstone is a Fighting Fantasy-orientated website run by John Stock and launched in 2000 and disappeared in 2009 with the closure of GeoCities.
The introductory paragraph of the site reads thus:
“ Welcome to AMYLASE, a site dedicated to furthering the legacy of the Fighting Fantasy gamebook series. ”
- Spin-Offs - A look at Advanced Fighting Fantasy and the Legend of Zagor board game
- Bloodbones Dossier - Information pieced together by John Stock about Bloodbones prior to the publication of the book in 2006
- Interview with Andrew Chapman posted January 3rd 2001
- Letter from Jonathan Green posted July 17th 2001
- Easter Eggs - small things in the books that may be overlooked
- Mentions of, links to, or made available on the site several fan gamebooks available on the web:
- FightingFantasy.com - This used to be the ULTIMATE FF site on the web back in 2000, 2001. Unfortunately it's almost never updated - Mark J. Popp appears to have gone missing. Still, piles of interesting information though.
- Advancedfightingfantasy.com - The other big FF site on the Net. Managed by David A. Holt.
- Fightingfantasygamebooks.com - This is the official site of the 2001 and later reprints.
- WebRPG TownHall Forums - Discuss anything FF related here. I'm J. Stock in case you're wondering.
- The Black Tower - Jonny Hughson's site is VERY slick and contains a fair whack of info.
- The Oracle - An interesting site, with quite a few intriguing items.
- Enkyr's Emporium - VERY slick and well presented. Lots of meaty info as well.
- Yaztromo's Fighting Fantasy Site - Lots of scans of FF artwork
- The Fighting Fantasy Vault - Giles Belanger's site has recently reopened after confusing visitors with "Men's Wristwatch Info".
- The Fighting Fantasy Dungeon - Hhmmm... Visit if you want.
- The Fighting Fantasy World - Nice site, esp. the cover mosaic.
- The Shrine of Hamaskis - Great place for the budding FF Historian.
- sAgI's Fighting Fantasy Stuff - Another site brought to us by a personage named Sagi Hed and it features a new homegrown FF called "Vampire!".
- Karl's FF site - A fairly good FF site. You might like it.
- Yaztromo's Tales of Yore - Nathan Page's site contains two original homegrown FF adventures, both of which are featured in the Homegrown page on this site.
- Andrew Chapman's Home Page - Home page of an FF sub-author.
- Yahoo! FF Club - Alternative list, similar to Rebuilding Titan. I'm amylaseff there.
- The Book of Legends - Karl Hahn's FF site features an online petition to get FF back in print.
- Dungeoneer Club - A Yahoo Club for AFF.
- The Realms of Shabak - FF webmasters seem to be building homegrown gamebooks left right and centre (myself included). This person's offering is still under construction, and is named Shadows of Steel.
- The FF Project - This site contains more of a focus towards online FF gamebooks.
- Internet Archive record of AMYLASE - online resources for Fighting Fantasy gamebooks by Steve Jackson & Ian Livingstone