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Endless Quest Series
These books were the result of an Educational department established by TSR to develop curriculum programs for reading, math, history, and problem solving. These were respectively the first and last gamebooks released by TSR. A short spin-off series of 4 Endless Quest: Crimson Crystal Adventures books were also released during There were also several series of similar books that did not bear the Endless Quest name. The mechanics of these books involved simple choices in the style of Choose Your Own Adventure books, rather than the game-like randomized elements of Fighting Fantasy gamebooks. However, the stories and characters in an Endless Quest book, while not necessarily more complex than in a Choose Your Own Adventure book, are often more fully developed because the Endless Quest books are much longer. For example, the character referred to as "you" in the text almost always has a name, gender, and backstory.
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The series originally ran from , and a Second Series that ran from , both published by TSR before the company was purchased by Wizards of the Coast. Now, with a new resurgence in the game, the series has been revived as WotC and Candlewick Press have released four new books in what is unofficially the Third Series. But how do these compare to the previous versions? Like all CYOA novels, you are given a basic introduction and then are given one of two paths to choose. Like a lot of people who read these types of novels, we cheated a little and held our finger on a page, but we did so for the sake of the review to see what kind of spiderweb we had gotten ourselves into with this particular adventure. You can take what is thought to be the safe way of doing things, or you can take a little risk and see how it pans out for you.