Goosebumps books with alternate endings
Choose your own ending Goosebumps! :) | Horror, Shopping, FictionNot sure about that age group. The ones I mainly read when I was younger … Not sure about that age group. Good times, and I still have them all. Home Discussions Misc. Anyone remember the story books where you can make choices to change the ending?
Give Yourself Goosebumps
In what may be the most popular book from the original Goosebumps series, Carly Beth soon realizes that she can no longer remove the mask from her head as it has literally merged with her face and is causing her to act like the monster she now resembles. There are items to collect in some of the houses, I might have gone so far as to say it was good. If the book had less of a "paint-by-numbers" feel, and missing some of them may lead wkth a bad ending. Sign In Don't have an account.
Deep in the Jungle of Doom Author: R. Out for revenge, Slappy uses his powers to raise an army ensings creatures from the exhibits. Revenge of the Body Squeezers. The two major storylines of the book branch from the decision to either run into a clearing or towards a pool.
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Into the Twister of Terror. The endungs must choose to either open gifts or play party games. Deep in the Jungle of Doom Author: R. Errata: For some reason, the back of my copy of this book which is a first edition lists the next book in the series as Secret Agent Grandma when it should be Please Don't Feed the Vampire. Via bloggerbeware.
Give Yourself Goosebumps is a children's horror fiction gamebook series by R. After the success of the regular Goosebumps books, Scholastic Press decided to create this spin-off series in In fact, Stine had written gamebooks in previous years. Fifty books in the series, including the "special editions" were published between and All of the books in the series, with the exception of Please Don't Feed the Vampire , are now out-of-print. For the most part, play is rather simple, as the books are merely novels with branching plots. The books are written in the second person and enlivened by puzzles or choices.