Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. I remember playing "The Warlock of Firetop Mountain" and so forth back in the day and absolutely loving them. All 3 of these games are like that, beautifully rendered with gorgeous illustrations, a multitudinous amount of choices and some genuinely "hmmmm" puzzles and strategies. I now have all 3 and am really looking forward to working through them. The map itself is gorgeously done, as is the music, and I love the story. Definitely worth the money, good honest fun, evocative of my youth and lovingly brought up to date. What's not to like?! :) Oh and being able to transfer your character between parts is pretty cool too. Buy these, you'll love them.
Great idea, lack of content 5 bucks should get me 5 hours of 1st time play, and replayability should take second seat. I appreciate what you guys have done, but i blew through this game in like a hour. If you have the 5 bucks to spend go for it, but if your looking for something to invest time in, this is not for you.
Underwhelming Got through it in about an hour and a half maybe. Dialogue was simple and uninteresting. Very bland and definitely not the masterpiece some make it seem. Definitely not worth the money.
I respect their work but it's not exactly what I wanted Most of the people who are willing to pay that much for a short game do it for nostalgia, the game is not the same as the book, the rules are quite different and you can use spells regardless of the class since the are no classes.
The Sorcery! Series Bought all 3, out of them number 2 was my favorite. The entire series is well worth the $15.
Amazing Game Hands down the best mobile game I have ever played. The mechanics are phenomenal and the story outstanding. I will be playing every installment of Sorcery!
Fixed a bug that could corrupt the saved game after rewinding.