To Be or Not To Be: A Chooseable-Path Adventure
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The greatest work in English literature, now in the greatest format of English literature: a chooseable-path adventure!
When Shakespeare wrote Hamlet he gave the world just one possible storyline, drawn from a constellation of billions of alternate narratives. And now you can correct that horrible mistake! Play as Hamlet and avenge your father's death—with ruthless efficiency this time. Play as Ophelia and change the world with your scientific brilliance. Play as Hamlet's father and die on the first page, then investigate your own murder… as a ghost! Featuring over 100 different endings, each illustrated by today's greatest artists, incredible side quests, fun puzzles, and a book-within-a-book instead of a play-within-a-play, To Be or Not To Be offers up new surprises and secrets every time you read it.
You decide this all sounds extremely excellent, and that you will definitely purchase this book right away. Because as the Bard said: “to be or not to be… that is the adventure.”
...You're almost certain that's how it goes.
To Be or Not To Be originally launched as a record-breaking Kickstarter project. This new, reader-friendly edition features the same text and illustrations as the original version, redesigned to take up half as many pages and weigh a whole pound less.
* Hah hah, nice try, champ! Searching for the last page to see how the story ends isn’t gonna help you out with this little volume of non-linear branching narrative structure!! THE END * * * » Restart? « About the author Ryan North is a dude who lives in Toronto, Canada. He wrote this book that you just read. He hopes that you liked it! You can read more of his comics at qwantz.com and you can find out more about this book by directing your home or portable terminal to
from you to communicate by talking or even shouting, but luckily you brought semaphore flags and are fully trained in their use. And, AS YOU KNOW, by holding up the two coloured flags in different positions, you can spell out letters of the alphabet! And in response, folks on the other ship can send messages back to you. “Hey, Hamlet here! What’s going on?” you say in semaphore. “Hey Hamlet, we were sent by Prince Fortinbras from Norway — he’s kinda a rough equivalent of you, come to think of
the castle crumbles. You keep shouting “Fire!” and more cannonballs keep tearing into stone walls and you only stop when there’s nothing left of the castle but a big ol’ pile of rubble. Congratulations, you killed Claudius!! And you kept your mom alive. You also killed tons of innocent bystanders too though, as well as the entire castle staff without exception, so your final score is...1. Man you did all this reading for 1 measly point! You’re a champ! THE END * * * » Restart? «
chess, Ray Fawkes for his skills at mad libs, my extremely awesome wife, Jenn, for being extremely awesome, and to my brother, Victor, who confirmed over walkie-talkie that the idea for this book was rad. And thanks to you, for buying this book or at least picking it up and flipping to this page: that took initiative! As a reward, you get to continue enjoying reading this book!! » Okay, I’m ready now. I will choose my character! « » Um no, I’d rather read more acknowledgements « »
dating you because he wants sex. Don’t sex him because I’m your brother and I’m telling you not to.” » Throw him out of your room and slam the door in his face « ☠ Sit down beside him, for some reason, and tell him that he makes a lot of sense (somehow?) and you’ll do as he says ☠ * * * * * * *BAM* That felt great. Laertes shouts through the door that he’s sorry and just wanted to say goodbye before he left for France, and Polonius shouts that Hamlet only wants to get his