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  • Publisher: Stefan Preuss
  • Genre: Family
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 15.1 MB
  • Version: 1.0
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating:
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App description: Do you like Magic, Wizards and Fairies? Help the little Wizard guiding his Sphere through the levels by making and breaking blocks.
Tailor the environment to your needs and build a safe passage for the Sphere to the exit.
But watch out - the evil is always there and everywhere!

Do a lot of magical things in this 'Arcade style Puzzle Platformer'.

- build your own way through the levels
- collect Items
- play bonus levels
- find hidden items
- avoid nasty enemies or ... trap 'em, trick 'em or kill 'em ;)
- solve puzzles
- 24 levels in 3 worlds
- 12 brand new levels which are not included in the full version!
- wide range of difficulty from easy going 'collect everything' levels to brain and finger acrobatic levels
- 'Getting Started' world is completely unlocked
- cute pre-rendered graphics
- configurable controls
- controller support

preussie's comments:
Hi there,

here is the free version of 'iSpherical - A Wizard's Journey'.
Clean, fun, 'arcade like' platform action.
It comes with 24 levels in 3 worlds.

Give it a try - it is FREE!

Trailer of the full version:

Youtube link | Pop Up

Have fun
05-31-2012, 02:23 AM
Joined: Mar 2011
Posts: 3,704
This game seems awesome except for one thing. It doesn't feel at all intuitive how/where my wizard is creating and destroying blocks. I got frustrated by the third level. I can see how this would be a very cool puzzle platformer otherwise. From the help screen i can see theres a good number of pickups and things to make the levels interesting, and it has fully customizable controls. I'll keep trying though, maybe I'll get the hang of it.
05-31-2012, 02:44 AM
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Flensburg, Germany
Posts: 72
Royce, thanks for your comment. In general the little Wizard can make/break a block at the floor level, right ahead of the wizard or above the wizard.
Tap the larger make/break control at top, mid or bottom to make/break a block at the specific position - but I have to admit that it takes a moment to get used to it...

Suggestions for control optimizations are greatly appreciated
05-31-2012, 03:11 AM
Joined: Mar 2011
Posts: 3,704
Ah I see. I didn't realize I could build them directly in front of me, and that was a problem I'll see if I can think of any specific control suggestions.