Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire

Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire

Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire is a new addition to Google Play with currently around 100 000 downloads. The game does not look like anything else we have seen so far so here’s an article on it!

Our expectations turned out to be true – Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire offers gameplay that differs from most other applications on Google Play. The game turns you into a wizard whose goal is to protect a castle from various falling enemies that look like alien robots. There’s no other way to treat the invaders than to kill them and to do so you must destroy their parachutes by performing complex gestures with your fingers. In most cases the only thing you must do is to draw a simple line or a figure but with time passing by the drawing requirement becomes tougher. Once you miss a single enemy and it drops on the castle that you are defending, everything is lost, you fail and then you must start all over again. When you “die” you get a score as well so you can compare and see how well you have done this time.

The game is fun to play but it quickly becomes a tough challenge so you are advised not to underestimate it as you will soon find yourself starting the same level again and again. So be careful with the gestures that you perform. Apart from this the game does not have any drawbacks or at least we did not see any. The app is small-sized and hence it is easy to download and install and in addition it offers 2D graphics only so it does not tax the hardware in your Android device too much. Sound is also nice.

What’s the final verdict? Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire is a nice app that will bring you fun with innovative gameplay. Yes, the game will become boring after some time for sure but until then you will have some quality time.

Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire is here on Google Play.

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