I was pleased to discover that Garth Nix's 1988 spoof Choose Your Own Adventure Down to the Scum Quarter is available online - albeit via the Wayback Machine. It was also published in the book of short stories Across the Wall, but I don't imagine any of you would care to buy an entire paperback for the sake of one brief adventure. That said, the format it is parodying is a print medium - the experience of your eye drifting across the page to other entries, or keeping your thumb at the last page you turned to are a part of the joke.
Anyway, the whole thing may be found here. It's a broad parody of Three Muskateers-flavoured swashbuckling (Nix refers to the Richard Lester-directed, George MacDonald Fraser-scripted 1970s film adaptations), rescuing your mistress, the Lady Oiseaux (yes) from kidnappers. Nix has had the wisdom to keep it short (a hundred brief entries in all, which I believe to be shorter than most game-books) - it's possible the broad humour might grate otherwise.
I still find this quite fun. But it has a few other uses....
Nix had to devise and lay out (fairly rapidly) an Early Modern urban environment and scene. This equipment list:
Pistol (with powder & ball for five shots)
Bag of 20 Gold Bezants
Portrait of Lady Oiseaux (3'6" square)
1 Bottle 'El Superbeau' Cognac
2 Pairs Silk Stockings
A glove puppet of Cyrano de Bergerac
Small Plaster Saint
1 Bottle 'Opossum' perfume
A Five-Pronged Fish-Spear