Its a short story but i kinda liked it and would love a sequel. In the story you are just some person who found a book of magic and signed a contract. From then on magic begins. My overall concern is the introduction of thing that only have a use once. SPOILER: early on you get a familiar. Soon after you walk in the forrest, find a unicorn. This is the last interaction with your familiar where you most likely decide to make it exaline the unicorn. You will gain unicorn hair and never see the faliliar or hear about the hair agai
Rushed, boring, forgettable. That pretty much sums it up. It's not worth the $2.99 I've come to pay right off the bat with Cog (as I've never really hated any of their published works). This one is just.... Well, the idea behind it is good, but the execution was horrendous. It took no longer than 90 minutes to read, the player-charecter had absolutely no personality, and neither did any other chacter, and to top it off, the choices seemed pointless and few and far between. This is the 2nd piece of trash I've read this week from CoG...
Boring and Forgettable There's nothing about this that made me want to pay for it. Judging by the other comments, my choice was the correct one. Perhaps more irritating is the use of in-app purchases to prevent refunds. I honestly think some people give 5-star ratings without even reading the story.
The other negative reviews sums up all the issues with this game. This game is way too short to not be free. Even in Choice of the Dragon, who's free, your character had more personality. I really regret paying for this game.
Not what I expect from COG I've enjoyed every single game I've ever bought from this company. This is the exception. Paying $4.30 aud for a game that takes 30 minutes to complete with slim to nil fun involved is both off-putting and unfair. I'll be more wary in the future.
Demo. Pay to play. Didn't really get me hooked. Disgusted to find that it was pay to play, and neither the title, nor the description explained it was a short demo then pay to play. Hate having to download stuff to find out details. Would have not been as displeased if description was accurate.
It’s bubble popping magic time! Play for free, solve fun puzzles & win levels.