Midnight Legion, Book 2: The World Reborn met its Kickstarter goal yesterday! We’re encouraged by the support we’ve received so far. There are still 25 days left to go in the campaign, so please spread the word to anyone who might be interested. And if you want to start getting excited about the third and final book in the trilogy, C. Aaron Kreader has posted a preview sketch on the Kickstarter page.
The Kickstarter for Midnight Legion, Book 2: The Portal Life is now halfway funded! Huge thanks to everyone who’s supported so far — and please continue to spread the word.
Midnight Legion Book 2: The World Reborn is now available for pre-order through Kickstarter.
More than four centuries have passed since the Devastation destroyed most of the human race. You are an agent of the Midnight Legion, tasked with preserving life and rebuilding civilization. Only one other agent remains, and she is somewhere ahead of you, racing for the Legion’s last remaining base. In this interactive novel, a standalone sequel to Operation Deep Sleep, you must solve puzzles, recover lost memories, and use stealth, combat, or diplomacy to reach the command center in time to prevent its ancient weapons from being unleashed.
Please check it out! For those of you who already ordered Books 2 and 3, we added a couple of extras to this campaign (the SUPPORT CREW and SPECIAL DOSSIER pledge levels) which you might enjoy. Either way, please free to share the news.
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The Kickstarter for Midnight Legion Book 2: The World Reborn should be ready to launch sometime around the beginning of March 2017. Check back for updates, and get ready to share the campaign with your friends!
Murphy’s urge to explore clashes with Frey’s caution when they uncover an ancient human lair. A new story of the Midnight Legion, “The Ancients Awaken,” is out today in Every Day Fiction.
“The Ancients Awaken” is a prequel to Operation Deep Sleep.
The Midnight Legion Book 1: Operation Deep Sleep has just been reviewed by Gamebook News. From the review:
A colour, illustrated gamebook for solo or 2-player use, this series uses a highly advanced game system, offering a deeper level of character generation than a standard CYOA gamebook – featuring combat, puzzles, diplomacy, stealth and role-playing elements.
Here’s a video review of Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep from game reviewer slickerdrips:
And here’s a longer review with playthrough and spoilers:
The website Nerdy But Flirty calls Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep one of “The Best Games for Solo Players from Gen Con 2016.” From the review:
“First, you build your character, RPG style. Then, you wake up and start making decisions Choose Your Own Adventure style, with each choice leading you somewhere different in the book and affecting the story. There are puzzles, combat, diplomacy, and role playing elements in this game, and the cool part is you can choose how to solve your problems – either through solving puzzles or by recovering your memories for clues. Anyone who likes books or yearns for those old Choose Your Own Adventure stories will foam at the mouth over this game.”