Braveland Wizard - old school turn-based strategy game is back! The graduate of the Academy of Magic is ready for new adventures. Her journey begins high in the mountains and passes through the southern lands, populated by orcs, ghosts, and mysterious nomads.
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Release Date: Dec 4, 2014

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The same old school turn-based strategy game is back - welcome to Braveland Wizard! The graduate of the Academy of Magic is ready for new adventures. Her journey begins high in the mountains and passes through the southern lands, populated by orcs, ghosts, and mysterious nomads.

  • New hero - Wizard
  • An entire set of unique battles with unexpected surprises
  • Dungeons for random battles and worthy rewards
  • Piles of stylish artifacts
  • Three schools of pure battle magic
  • A talent tree that changes the nature of battle
  • A brave team of combat allies: monk, ice archer, elementalist, and many more
  • A hand-drawn game world with a huge waterfall
  • And, last but not least, three cunning bosses

Braveland Wizard is the second book of Braveland series.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • OS: Mountain Lion 10.8 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4850, NVIDIA GeForce GT 120, Intel HD 3000, or equivalent card with at least 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260, ATI Radeon 4870 HD, Intel HD 4000, or equivalent card with at least 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
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162 of 239 people (68%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 4, 2014
Almost same as the first game with all its problems. And on mobile this game is even cheaper.

After i reported about super-sampling bugs to developer over twitter, he said that i am mental and crap myself. After which he tried to delete this review by abusing steam moderation tools. Also they are deleted screenshots depicting said bug. And tried to retroactively cover everything up with made up excuses.

10/10 community management of century!
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18 of 19 people (95%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 25, 2015
Too much grind, not much else. Played for an hour, half of which I had to fight through the same battles over and over again. The original Braveland was far superior, though it still was a very simple game.
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35 of 52 people (67%) found this review helpful
29.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 4, 2014
So far it brings me back to the good old days of the first Braveland game <3 I love the talent tree and the new spells that come with it


eNjoy ^-^
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
12.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 11, 2015
I'm not sure why people are giving this game bad reviews. Yes, it's not as complex Heroes of Might and Magic or King's Bounty, but it's a charming little game that's challenging in its own right. Also, it's a lot of the same as the original, but I think they added enough extra to the game to call it a sequel, especially for the price.

In the original the only way you can make gold is to defeat all the mobs around the land and if you play that game in hard mode, you have to be very careful about which battles you pick. If you lose too many troops during a battle and win, your overall earnings would be too low because it would cost too much gold to replenish your dead troops at the end of the battle. This means that you won't have enough gold left over to buy as many troops as you would need to finish the game at the harder levels because once a mob is defeated, you can't try again. This made it very challenging for and it stood in it's own right for a mini-King's Bountry/Heroes game.

However, this one doesn't have the same restriction on gold and you can always have a full army every time you level before you attack the next set of mobs because there are cave battles you can repeat to farm gold. This makes the game a lot easier and you don't have to worry about strategically picking your battles so much. Also, with the addition of powerful spells, this makes the game even easier again.

It's still fun though and it balances the first game nicely if you play the first game too. The reason is because in the first game, battles can get a bit tedious mid-game and if you play them right, the end game is easy, but in this one the battles and game progression seem to flow better because battles aren't as tedious mid-game.
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2014
Quite a fun little game for $5 there is some strategy involved in the battles, somewhat like a simplified heroes of might and magic kind of combat, you can equip items and when you lvl up you get to decide if you are going to put points in defense or attack abilitys. the graphics are crisp and clean, and the game has that I just want to fight the next battle and you find yourself 7 or 8 battles on before you know it, i find myself playing several rounds before I boot up more complex games. all in all if you like casual RPG games you might want to give this one a go.
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
26.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2015
I found the first Braveland as passable, so given how I love to punish myself, I actually gave part II a shot as well. Unfortunately I think it is even worst than the original. 3/10 (some repeats from my original review since it appears as though they kept the engine and just swapped in some new units)

Pros: nice graphics and pretty easy to pick out, this game reviews well so I won't elaborate too much here.

1) The PC price discrimination: Pricing in this game is especially egregious - It is $1 on google/apple store and $7 on Steam. Oh wait, right now it is "on sale" for $3. Wow. Price gouging to the max. DO NOT SUPPORT THIS AS A PC GAMER.
2) No PC optimizations: #1 would be ok if the developers actually put effort into the port, but as it stands there are little to no improvements. There are very basic features that the game lacks due to lack of will/laziness. One example is that you cannot find out the movement zone of enemy units - in typical strategy games you mouseover a unit to see how far it can move so you can stay outside the range, in this game, you need to look up its movement, and manually count squares. You cannot 'mouseover' on a phone, so why implement it on a PC? Right?
3) Lack of strategy: Compared to the first title, I give the developers a little bit of credit in the new skill system. Having some choice in spells adds a tiny bit of strategic depth to the game, but unfortunately, the game is still almost devoid of strategy and a slugfest. The lack of strategy is especially evident on the Difficult difficulty since enemy units have more HP - sometimes you will have two units just standing there bashing each other for 5 turns.
4) New feature - grinding: This is worse than the first game since the developers thought it was a good idea to add in grinding as a requirement on Difficult (not necessary on easier difficulties). As mentioned in #3, no matter how good your 'strategy' you are still going to take losses because you don't even get most of your spells until half of the game is over, and because many types of damage (ie, ranged) is basically unavoidable. So the game was tweaked so that even losing a couple units (ie, your kill ratio is 2:1 or 3:1 or better), you earn very little money. So with little money you end up losing more units the next battle, and even make less money, repeat. Eventually you make basically no money and will start losing. So you grind for money to buy troops. However, it is balanced that you can play a semi-challenging level and make almost no money, or a super newbie level and make almost the same amount of no money. So you play brainless levels repeatedly for 50-70 gold a pop so you can buy a tree dude for 500 or a fire wizard for 700. Fun.

Bottom line: No more punishing myself and I will not subject myself to the third of the series. As I stated in my original review, maybe good for a super casual player or a kid, but not worth the time for a fan of the genre.
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
I waited for this new part of Braveland with big pleasure. And now I see that I did not wait in vain. Tree of talents is good. More new units, more magic and also again very nice music. New interface buttons are very comfortable (very nice that the developers read and do many moments to high the level of the game). If You liked the previous part, I recommend to buy this one.
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10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
17.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 2015
Apparently, since everyone was saying that the original Braveland was too short, the developer really wanted to increase the length of theirs next title. However, the best solution they were able to come with, was to stuff the game with notable amount of mindless grind. Which is sad and very disappointing.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 7
Casual turn-based strategy game.
Seems like direct port from mobile, only thing that has changed is the price.
Game offers nothing new to the genre. If you really want it get it for mobile.

- Works well.

- Price.
- Shortness of the original game has been changed to grinding.
- Bad port from mobile.
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 17, 2015
Take parts of HoMM 3 and Kinds bounty, make a few changes and you got Braveland.

Not very complex battle stratagy, and other then a few battles, you don't need to change tactics. The best feature that shines above other grid turn-based is the units killed are revived at the end (you just lose gold) so you don't have to hold your melee back so the archer/mages can wear the enemy down.

There are 10 spells, but found just one worth using 95% of the time, ice bolt. 7 different troups, can use 5 at a time, but not very many good (in my opinion) combinations.

Play on Hard if you want a bit of a challange. It is a short fun game, it would be great if it could be expanded with a lot more variaty of troops/enemys with different skills. For just $7 it is fun.
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13.0 hrs
Posted: September 10
While this game is okay, possibly even good, it is some much worse that the pervious. You get a standard reward for each stag quest level. In the pervious game you got a gold and XP rate based on how well you do, making upgrading worth while, here however if you can just scrape through a level or win it outright you get the same reward.

It is also very inimaginative after the Pirets game that game you different islands to explore, this game has gone back to the one world verison we saw in the first game,

it offers more level from the first game but i feel it is a step back even from that (and I was so looking forward to playing it!).

If you are considering buying one of these games forthe first time i would say just go for the first two, if you feel you want to play all three i'd recommend playing this one, then the first, then Pirets.

I'd have rated this mixed if it was an option, but thumbs up or down I've gone for down.


Sadly disapointed (though still playing the game)
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5.6 hrs
Posted: June 17
I beat the first game in four hours. To compensate, they made the new one EXTREMELY grindy. For every 1 node forward I go in the story, I have to "farm" the dungeon nodes 4-8 times. There is 0 strategy. It just isn't anywhere near as fun as the first. I Paid $2.99 for this one, and feel ripped off. Edit: It took 5 hours to beat, 4 of which was grinding. The "talent tree" is garbage. The spells are worthless. This is considerably worse than the first one.
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10.7 hrs
Posted: June 16
Another good part of Braveland Trilogy!
Enjoy this game. It is not expensive and it costs its money.
Braveland Wizard was last part of raveland trilogy that I played. I think it is the best part of all. You can manage your army, cast spells, kill monsters and bosses. Game is not hard for me. But I finished this game only on normal difficulty. I also enjoyed not linear hero progress. Some skills you cannot get here, some skills you will not learn. Variety is good!
10/10 for this game!
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✪Druid Bear✪
2.5 hrs
Posted: May 12
Всем привет!
И так игра Braveland Wizard весьма занимательная,но проходится быстро но всёравно ты успеваешь насладиться этой увлекательной игрой,игра понравится тем игрокам которые помнят пошаговые стратегии конца 90-х начала 2000-ых,игра очень позитивная вот несколько её самых очевидных плюсов:
1) Отличная "сказочная" графика утерянного поколения
2)Старый добротный сюжет
3)Пошаговая система боёв продумана очень грамотно у разных юнитов есть различные способности что делает бой ярким и интересным!
Советую играть в эту игру всем игрокам которым нравились старые добротные пошаговые стратегии!!!
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Hack Black
13.7 hrs
Posted: April 29
Enjoyed this game <3
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4.9 hrs
Posted: March 27
Cute fun game. I think its mostly a kids game. I play this game with my kiddos so keep that in mind with the review. Turn based combat with typical melee, range, and magic. Colorful map, simple story.
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4.8 hrs
Posted: March 25
I was pretty mean to the original Braveland, a lot of these issues are still there in Braveland Wizard, but a lot of them have been fixed as well.

This time around you play a female wizard sent to the ancient library to finish her training, encountering bandits and monsters along the way as well as a variety of new characters (...or groups of characters, really) to join you and support your efforts. This unceremoniously escalates to you saving the world, as you slowly head east on the node based map.

Levels can't be replayed, but there are a few (by which I mean exactly 3) repeatable dungeons so you can theoretically grind for character experience to further unlock skills and passive upgrades and money to buy new equipment and hire units.
All in all it wasn't a spectacular game, nor one I expect to revisit any time soon... or even remember, but the changes made since the original are enough for me to push it from a thumbs down to a thumbs up.
I guess I'll have to see how part 3, with its Pirate theme, holds up... eventually.
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30.2 hrs
Posted: March 23
Braveland Wizard is a turn-based strategy game with three difficulty levels, in which you have to manage your units (moves, abilities...), your equipment, spells and skill tree. The game is linear but entertaining with a cartoon style design and a nice background music.

Wizard is the second game of the Braveland trilogy. The three storylines are not related, so you can play them in any order. However, I would recommend to start with the first Braveland ( Here ), which is way better than the second one in my opinion, so you can familiarize with the game system and the different types of units. Plus, you'll be able to answer some questions in game at some point.

This story is about a freshly graduated wizard of the Academy of Magic, who must pass a final test to become a fully qualified magician. But of course, things won't go as planned. She will meet some nice people during her journey and get help in her quest from them. There are new types of units and opponents and this second game introduces dungeons that you can farm indefinitely. And this is the negative point of this game. On hard mode, you earn too few golds per battle, but you need lots of golds to fortify your squad in order to win unavoidable fights. Basically you will have to chain dungeons for a long time until you have enough money, several times during the game.

Despite the excessive farming, Braveland Wizard is a fun game that offers around 8-10 hours of pleasure in normal mode. If you're going for the hard mode, prepare yourself for the same battles over and over again.
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Ms Law
1.9 hrs
Posted: March 2
When you need to upgrade your pokemons it could be long and repetitive but funny. In this game its boring.
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