Similar to Christian Swinehart's organizational structures for the Choose Your Own Adventure books, Outspaced has posted dozens of flowcharts for the Fighting Fantasy game books, showing the lucky and unlucky paths players can take, as well as the pages that lead to combat, death, or an ending. While the diagrams aren't as appealing as Swinehart's well-designed visualizations for CYOA, they're much more complex with too many branches to fit on a single screen.

Outspaced has also put up flowcharts for other game book series like Lone Wolf, Seve Jackson's Sorcery, Clash of he Princes, and Adventures of Goldhawk. You can look through all of the diagrams here. Note that they're all saved as SVG files, so some browsers might have difficulty viewing them without an appropriate plug-in.

Oh, and in case you forgot, Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, Aspyr/Big Blue Bubble's Nintendo DS adaptation of the 1982 gamebook, comes out in the U.S. this week. Unfortunately most of what I've heard about it isn't positive but it still looks worth picking up if you're interested at all at a first-person, real-time dungeon crawl based on the series.

[Via Daring Fireball]