Magicka: Wizards of the Square Tablet

Third party DRM: Steam

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Description

The once wandering wizards have found their way back home in Magicka - Wizards of the Square Tablet, now available for PC. Experience the mobile hit on your squarish and almost certainly, stationary monitor. But fret not, if any wizards still happen to be wandering you can still accidently kill them with cross platform support across all devices.

From the publisher that brought you Magicka, it’s more Magicka! Wizards of the Square Tablet features the innovative and dynamic spell casting system from the original PC hit. Experience a brand new campaign set prior to the original tale of Magicka.

Adventure through the new campaign by yourself, or “accidentally” obliterate your friends in multiplayer co-op, which supports up to four players! Play together with fellow mages across multiple platforms, which may co-exist in the same game session thanks to a twisted union made possible by dark sorcery!

Cast your spells across multiple levels, and unlock new powers unique to Magicka – Wizards of the Square Tablet. Experience the humor and chaos of this satirical fantasy world. And exclusively for the PC version your wizard will get all in-game Robes and Staffs for free in this enhanced square edition, and all your gear carry over to other platforms!


Key Features:

  • Cross Platform Gameplay (iOS and Android versions sold separately)

  • Combine elements to create thousands of spell combinations

  • All-new campaign for single or multiplayer

  • 4-player mayhem with many “accidental” team-kills

  • New items and powers unique to Magicka – Wizards of the Square Tablet

Customer reviews

88

Interesting twist on Magicka

Qwertyfour | Oct. 31, 2013 | See all Qwertyfour's reviews »

The first thing you notice about this game is the new graphics which are admittedly very cute and cartoony. However, that does not detract from the game because the overall tone and pacing of the game remains constant. The single player is still very humorous and the action is still very tense with it's high skill ceiling in figuring out the most situationally advantageous spell to cast. The main difference is that this game is pretty linear because of its side scroller type gameplay. It's not bad, but I did not enjoy it as much as the original. Multiplayer does benefit from this, however.