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Spell Sorter: A Wizard's Duty

rated 3.17 / 5 stars
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Feb 14, 2017 | 8:55 PM EST

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Get ready for the remastered sequel of Spell Sorter. In a similar concept to the first game, you must take on the role of a wizard whose job is to approve and deny spells for the wizards of the world. Be careful, for what you choose will affect the fate of the world in it's happiness, crime, economy, and death. Worst of all, your choices affect how much you get PAID!

Have an idea for a spell? Use the spell creator in game to submit a spell directly to me!



Rated 3 / 5 stars

It Wont start. I can play the older one ,but not this one!
Please help!

endernoobz responds:

Try using a different browser! It needs to be HTML5 compatible.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting... As mentioned by others, it would be even more interesting to see each spell effect with some funny remarks

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

This game is very promising. But I had hoped that since this was a remastered version, you would have added some new content, like actually being able to see how the spells you approve of affect the world. But nonetheless, this game was great!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

4 stars for this novel idea. I really like the concept. Some games can be simple, but are still fun. It made me curious, and that's the best thing you can create as an artist. Beautiful curiousity. Well done.

For the next version, I'd love to have a bit more graphic feedback. E.g. you could design a city where you can see change actually happening. It doesn't have to be complex, simple "pictures" would be enough. Like you moving wizard :)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

BAM HAPPINESS ENDING! I do wish the game was a bit longer, such as playing until either the poverty or crime rates get too high, and the happiness and security rate get too low the game ends. Or vice versa. Nice game though, not sure how poverty got to -6% though...

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