A downloadable capsule rpg for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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FUSSY PRISSY DREAMING WANDER
COUNTRY SOLD TO YOU FOR ONLY €5
€5 €5 WITH MUSIC BY NEW VADERS
AND COLOURS AND THINGS.

    • MULTIPLE SMALL TREES AND VASES
    • CAPSULE TOY COLLECTION MECHANICS
    • INVESTIGATE THE MAGIC RUIN
    • A SUPER RUIN FOR YOU TO WALK THROUGH MEET YOUR FRIENDS.

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Categorically, it is a narrative JRPG. You walk around, there are doors and trees. You go here and you go there. There are fragments of plot relayed out of sequence but you do not care because the music and the colours. When the narrative peaks, you say "Good!" and then forget it. The years neglect this fertile country but the trees and doors still standing somewhere form a silent windless day.

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The game is available for Mac Linux and PC.
It is best played with a mouse and not trackpad, think of it like a twin-stick game.
Good luck and get the magic wand.


**UPDATE** Soundtrack album now available!! FREE for your PC!! https://trashtronix.bandcamp.com/album/magic-wand

Published Aug 06, 2016
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(35)
Authorthecatamites
GenreRole Playing
Tags3D, blocks, Comedy, lost, Mystery, wander

Purchase

Buy Now$4.00 USD or more

In order to download this capsule rpg you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

MagicWand_WIN_v1.1 95 MB
MagicWand_MAC_v1.1 96 MB
MagicWand_LIN_v1.1 97 MB

Development log

Comments

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First of all, great game! I just bought the bundle, and I'm loving magic wand and the notes so far. But I'm kind of confused as to where I would get the steam key.

Edit: Just found the key, had to log on to itch through browser and hit download there.

Also, this is kind of unrelated, but it says 50 short games isn't available for windows on the itch.io client, so I'm not sure how to access those.

Edit: Also just found out you have to download 50 short games through browser, the client doesn't work. I guess this comment is sort of useless now :\

Ah, thank you! I haven't tried out the client myself but I'll have a look at 50SG and see if there's a way to set it up there. It's kind of a weird case since it's a loader for 50 separate games so it could work best just playing from desktop anyway, hahah.

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Ok, thanks!

On a somewhat unrelated note, I just finished Magic Wand. Honestly - probably GOTY 2018 for me. I've always wanted to make my own game, and seeing 50sg, MW, and all your other offerings is hugely inspirational to me. So thanks for that :)

...Though, I was a little confused about the capsules - Is there only the one capsule machine in the game? And if so, how do you get more capsules after leaving the first world?

Ah, thank you! And IIRC there should be four capsule machines in the game - one in the hotel garden, one in Bigdug's office, one in the parade grounds area of Beachtown, and one in the Skuldug moon laboratory. But they're hidden, just like in life....

Do you get a Steam key as well?

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Yes, there should be a Steam key with each copy - when you buy here and hit "Download" you'll have an option to claim it.

If for some reason there isn't just drop a comment and I'll check it out!

thanks

love

tehirs cum on this.

So I'v collected every capsule except for one, and it seems there is no way of getting it. The empty slot is near the bottom right corner, what is the capsule?

poor memory and capsule toys these are the two true loves of radiget

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I think you should brush up on your style and join the ranks of the AAA game developers. You have the talent to join the hundreds of faceless clones that created such mind-numbingly boring games like Assassin's Crud or something.

Just kidding!

I freaking love your games because they are fun, hilarious and immanently surprising. Magic Wand is a great example of the biting humor I love.

Get them pots, sir