Featured Items
Games
Software Demos News Recommended

Buy Magicka

$9.99

Buy Magicka - Four Pack

Includes four copies of Magicka - Send the extra copies to your friends

$29.99

Packages that include this game

Buy Magicka Collection

Includes 23 items: Magicka, Magicka: Wizard's Survival Kit, Magicka: Vietnam, Magicka: Marshlands, Magicka: Nippon, Magicka: Final Frontier, Magicka: The Watchtower, Magicka: Frozen Lake, Magicka: Party Robes, Magicka: Gamer Bundle, Magicka: The Stars Are Left, Magicka: Holiday Spirit Item Pack, Magicka: Horror Props Item Pack, Magicka: Lonely Island Cruise, Magicka: The Other Side of the Coin, Magicka: Mega Villain Robes, Magicka: Aspiring Musician Robes, Magicka: Peculiar Gadgets Item Pack, Magicka: Heirlooms Item Pack, Magicka: Grimnir's Laboratory, Magicka: Dungeons and Daemons, Magicka: Tower of Niflheim, Magicka: Dungeons and Gargoyles

Buy Magicka DLC Bundle

Includes 21 items: Magicka: Wizard's Survival Kit, Magicka: Vietnam, Magicka: Marshlands, Magicka: Nippon, Magicka: Final Frontier, Magicka: The Watchtower, Magicka: Frozen Lake, Magicka: Party Robes, Magicka: Gamer Bundle, Magicka: The Stars Are Left, Magicka: Holiday Spirit Item Pack, Magicka: Horror Props Item Pack, Magicka: Lonely Island Cruise, Magicka: The Other Side of the Coin, Magicka: Mega Villain Robes, Magicka: Aspiring Musician Robes, Magicka: Peculiar Gadgets Item Pack, Magicka: Heirlooms Item Pack, Magicka: Grimnir's Laboratory, Magicka: Dungeons and Daemons, Magicka: Tower of Niflheim

Recent updates View all (9)

Open Beta Announced for Magicka: Wizard Wars!

May 9th, 2014

Magicka: Wizard Wars to Begin Open Beta on May 27

STOCKHOLM — May 9, 2014 — Paradox Interactive and Paradox North today announced that Magicka: Wizard Wars, the online competitive multiplayer game of misdirected magic, is going to begin an Open Beta phase on May 27. Currently available via Steam Early Access, Magicka: Wizard Wars will be playable for free by those who demonstrate a lack of self-preservation instinct when the title enters its Open Beta phase. Robe enthusiasts everywhere still have the chance to experience the friendly-firing frenzy of Magicka: Wizard Wars as it draws nearer to launch and test whether their friendships can withstand repeated spellcasting “incidents” by purchasing the title on Early Access and, in the process, nabbing exclusive goodies.

Eager spellcasters can get into Magicka: Wizard Wars straightaway here: http://access.wizardwars.com

In Magicka: Wizard Wars, two teams of four wizards each can go head-to-head in intense player-versus-player (PvP) action, utilizing the celebrated spellcasting system of Magicka, combining elements to generate spellbinding results. Players can also hone their skills against one another in the one-on-one duel mode, utilizing all of their tricks in order to be the last robe standing. With short battles, skill-based spellcasting, and plenty of humor, Magicka: Wizard Wars presents a new way to experience the chaos of Magicka with friends and foes alike.

For more information, visit www.wizardwars.com.

21 comments Read more

GIVEAWAY - "Magicka: The Ninth Element" Paperback Novel

February 13th, 2014

If you want some Magicka action even when you are away from the keyboard then you should check out the Magicka: Wizard Wars Twitter and Facebook for a chance to win a copy of the recently release Magicka Novel!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WizardWarsGame

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magickawizardwars

23 comments Read more

Steam Big Picture

About the Game

Magicka is a satirical action-adventure game set in a rich fantasy world based on Norse mythology. The player assumes the role of a wizard from a sacred order tasked with stopping an evil sorcerer who has thrown the world into turmoil, his foul creations besieging the forces of good.
Players will be able to combine the elements to cast spells, wreaking havoc and devastation on the minions of darkness. They will also be able to team up with friends and fight their way through the campaign, or test their skills in the magickal arts through other challenging modes.
In Magicka, up to four players take on a grand adventure to save their world from certain doom using a fully dynamic spell system. The adventure mode takes the players across three different levels, ranging from the lush forests of mountain valleys to the frozen halls of the Mountain King where wits and creative thinking are the keys to victory.
In the unlockable hardcore challenge mode, players fight off waves of enemies to earn their place on local and online leaderboards.

Main Features:

  • Innovative and dynamic spell casting system
  • Up to four-player co-op in all game modes, as well as a single-player option
  • Fight your way through 13 different campaign levels
  • Explore an expansive realm of adventure to defeat the evil wizard
  • Find and unlock challenges, items, and powerful Magicks
  • Experience the parody and satire of a clichéd fantasy world

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 (32- or 64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB Available Space
    • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900 (Integrated Video Cards not recommended)
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9
    • Sound: DirectX-compatible sound card
    • Additional: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. DSL Internet connection for multiplayer. .NET 3.5 required
Helpful customer reviews
57 of 65 people (88%) found this review helpful
312 products in account
9 reviews
49.4 hrs on record
When you start Magicka you don't know what you're up to. Cast your first spell, destroy something, kill yourself, burn down a house, melt cheese or just grill some sausages. This big adventure will require skills to learn to cast spells as fast as you can. This is only way to survive sometimes. On top of that you'd rather be smart to find the weak points of many different foes who will come across your journey. Having troubles passing through an area? Just call some friends and they will help you in a fight or just cast the wrong spell on you :p. Well Magicka is a unique game without vampires ;-).
I recommend that you also read the e-book : The Ninth Element. It is well written and fully in sync with the humour of the game.
Some DLCs will give you a very hard time to defeat the bosses but that's where you should call your friends for online adventure.
Posted: June 10th, 2014
Was this review helpful? Yes No
47 of 56 people (84%) found this review helpful
160 products in account
1 review
36.0 hrs on record
This game has it all:

Humor? Check!
Vampires? Check!
Guns? Check!
Time Travel? Check!
Explosions and Lightning Storms? Double Check!
Broken friendships? Triple Check!
Spells? Check the hell out of that!

If you ever get bored of killing your enemies, you can kill your friends!

If you ever get bored of killing your friends, there are plenty of bad guys (and innocent villagers) that are perfect targets!
Posted: March 21st, 2014
Was this review helpful? Yes No
139 of 215 people (65%) found this review helpful
234 products in account
1 review
157.6 hrs on record
great way to ruin friendships
Posted: March 28th, 2014
Was this review helpful? Yes No
21 of 21 people (100%) found this review helpful
406 products in account
25 reviews
4.1 hrs on record
here are multiple things that makes this game a must buy.

First one - the comedy story. The game is so humorous that you will gladly face chapter after chapter even if you have no friends online to share the experience with you. The plot is crazy and leaves you questioning "what's next?" a lot. Couple that with some crazy achievements (such as "This is Sparta!") and suddenly the game is worth playing even if you're alone.

Second one - the unlimited combinations of spells. You're given runes. Runes to determine how strong the spell will be, what it does, how it casts... They won't directly tell you what they do, because you see the runes are simply elements. It's your combinations that will determine the effect.

And the finally - the fun of destroying your friends while playing co-op. Feeling fiendish? Put some fire into that heal spell. I'm sure that your friend won't mind... Oh your friend found that awesome staff! Want to get it for yourself? You know what to do!

Consensus: can be played alone for the humour of the story, but best played with friends because of all of the destruction to each other that you can cause.
Posted: June 25th, 2014
Was this review helpful? Yes No
18 of 20 people (90%) found this review helpful
50 products in account
1 review
94.7 hrs on record
There are not many games out there, that make a great wizardry game. They include basic spells with no creativity, no humor, and those ANNOYING magic bars! But, There is one game though, that is very different. Magicka offers fantastic creativity with your spells, as you have 8 elements to choose from: Water, Fire, Earth, Cold, Arcane, Lightning, Shield, and Life. And out of all those elements you can do 5 elements at a time to do spells at people, offering great creativity in the game. For example, you can combine Earth 3 times, and then you can do 2 fire, or Water and Cold and Water and Cold/Ice,Ice, or Arcane And Water. Some elements don't mix like Lightning and Earth, but can combine 2 for 1, such as Water+Fire=Steam. The game also allows you to combine different spells together in order to make... "Magicks." Magicks are combinations of spells to make "Different" that are bigger and better, such as... "Summon Death, Meteor Shower, Summon Thunder, Teleport and more!" The game is full of humor in cutscenes and gameplay about violence, logic, references and silly stuff that happen all the time! Finally, the game has NO MAGIC BARS!!!!!!!!!!!!! YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEY!!!!!!!!!!! Finally a mage game that has magic bars! Screw swords and hammers used all the time! Spam Meteor balls, Chain lightning Goblins, use Force Powers on Evil vampires, and EVEN MORE WITHOUT LIMIT!!!!!! The game has fun single player and multiplayer, offering co-op and fun at the same time. But the game is sometimes full of bugs such as going out of the map, character glitching, and others. The game is fun and I recommend it to people who like to push the limit with magic, have comedy and epic wizardy at the same time. So now guys i got to g- OH SHOOT! You fell into a hole! Don't worry, remember the safe word is Banana!
Posted: March 10th, 2014
Was this review helpful? Yes No
189 of 212 people (89%) found this review helpful
111 products in account
3 reviews
59.9 hrs on record
I think Magicka is probably the best mage-game out there. With its amazing sense of satirical humor, Magicka really does bring out out the laughs very often. The game also has an amazing blend of gameplay, music (which I must say is very good for most Paradox games), and graphics, which really is great for the environment, but especially for the Magicks.

I think the only con for this game is the optimization, which makes the game run dreadfully on potatoes. And majorly, the bugs, probably the biggest downside to this game, makes some areas almost unplayable. However, the support from Paradox is very good and really puts the game up-the scale.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
Was this review helpful? Yes No