Creditations and Copyrights

Coming soon…. (this means at least 3 years) In the meantime:

Credits:

Site Management & Development:

Jason Archer

Managing and Developing Jason Archer:

Too many friends to list here.

Additional Programming:

Oscar Monteiro (https://simple.fightingfantasy.net and https://fanbooks.fightingfantasy.net for his own gamebook projects)

Testing and Guruship, Illustration and Writing

James Kail (https://backpack.fightingfantasy.net for his fan page)

Illustrators and Artists

Malcolm Barter

Mike Tenebrae

Lee Hunt – Cover Art, Login Pages (the screamingly awesome ones) and Cookie Warning Page, general artistic advice/direction (when available) – his site is at https://leehunt.carbonmade.com/

David Rabbitte
(the site IS secure last I knew it’s just self-signed and most browsers don’t like that much)

Authors and Writers

Individual Adventure Authors credited on and within each adventure in the gamesystem

Audio : I’ve robbed Baldurs Gate 2 for the environmental audio currently, copyright is Michael Hoenig I believe.

Also Daniel Tollan for the song Creature of the Night (one of the 100 mp3’s that play in the game area – if you’re lucky you’ll get to hear it – or you can go direct to This Link to view it on YouTube – don’t forget to Like and Subscribe!)

David M. Donachie of Gordian Books for the PDF converter code (well, the bits I didn’t know) and for heads-upping me on Twine importing (forthcoming) and also taking on an Admin role in the Discord Server 🙂

General Thanks to:

Steve and Ian (obviously)

The Facebook Fighting Fantasy fanclubs

So many Perl programming communities I couldn’t even begin to recollect them all

YOU the Hero, for actually reading this.

erm… hopefully we will be adding to this list as and when we get digged in the ribs to do so.

Contact information and links to sites and emails etc. to follow please use our contact form if you need to reach anyone in the meantime and I will pass along anything relevant.

Copyright: All original material is copyright of every respective author and or illustrator or composer and may not be reused without permission.

The language and definitions of ABML (disambiguation: Adventure Book Meta Language) and SEL (Simple Expression Language), may require clarification as to use within this site since I doubt I’m the first to come up with that one) are free under public license and all that stuff, just throw us a decent link somewhere.

“Fighting Fantasy” is TM and Copyright of the current publishers and Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.

If we ever make a halfway decent dime on this thing I’ll pay a lawyer for all the correct terminology for you.

Straight outta Blacksand

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