Have you ever wanted to mix elements together to invent new spells, want to run around and shoot fire balls or lightning at your friends/enemies? Is your life lacking that special “magical” element? Well Magicka: Wizard Wars has a solution to your dilemma!
Magicka: Wizard Wars is a MOBA where you can mix different elements to create different spells, in addition to a level system once that game is finish, gives the game a fun sense of progress, in addition to leveling you have different types of gear you can equip to boost different stats on your mage.-Detailed breakdown review-Story:
Oh no! Do you see all those mages with red names? They need to die, like now! What are you waiting for, melt their faces! Look, stories really aren’t applicable in MOBA; this game is tailored for PvP, that’s what MOBA’s do.Game Play:
There are 8 different types of spells that can be mixed to create different types of moves. You can mix 3 healing/regeneration spells and then cast it to heal yourself, or mix together a shield and earth to create rock armor. In addition to the magic mixing, you also have 4 action skills that slowly recharge as you cast spells.
There is also a nice leveling system in place, so that win or loss you get experience towards the next level, and get rewards for accomplishing various matches. Achievements:
No steam achievements for this game (At this time – The game is Early Access Game)Price:
Magicka: Wizard Wars is a free to Play game. There are things in the game you can purchase or grind to get better advantages… or simply aesthetics. That is where the game gets their money, so do keep that in mind. Conclusion:
I’ve played a number of MOBA’s, many of them are good, but they take a lot of time to get the hang of, and there is always that part of the community that is cut throat about skill level. I’m sure I’ll come back to this game later and play more, but at this point I just wanted to get the general idea for the game.
It ran smooth, was very easy to pick up and play with, has a bit of a unique learning curve… all in all, I enjoyed the game, and do intend to play more.