Win fabulous Fighting Fantasy Prizes with Laughing Jackal


BRAINTREE, UK – 27 th July 2011

To celebrate the launch of the new PlayStation Minis title, Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death, Laughing Jackal have got some fantastic prizes available for all the fans of the 16 million selling Fighting Fantasy series.

The star prize is the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death book which Laughing Jackal used when creating the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death PlayStation Mini still containing the dev notes and which has been signed by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.  This unique prize gives you a fascinating look into the creation of the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death PlayStation Mini. The winner will also receive an exclusive set of three A4 Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death posters signed by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.

Not only that, but four lucky runners up will each receive the exclusive set of three signed posters too.

To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, all you have to do is view the video below and answer one simple question.

What effect does the ‘Minion of Death’ have on those struck by its claws?

Email your answer to by 3:00 pm BST on Friday 26 th August.

Established in 2005, Laughing Jackal are the developer of PlayStation minis such as Du æl Invaders, Vibes, Ace Armstrong vs. the Alien Scumbags, Stellar Attack and Cubixx.  We have just released a PlayStation minis version of the Fighting Fantasy series of Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks, as well as the critically acclaimed OMG-Z, a chain reaction shooter for PlayStation Minis. Our first PlayStation®3 game, Cubixx HD, is out now on the PSN.


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