Magical Forest

  • Exciting quests to discover
  • Customize your creature!
  • Enchanting spells
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 45

Review for game Magical Forest

Have you ever taken care of a Unicorn? How about a fiery Phoenix? Look after all of these wondrous creatures and more in Magical Forest, a game that combines elements of monster ranching, sim-style resource management, and real-time strategy. The Magical Forest is home to many fantasy-like creatures, but it's in danger of being destroyed. To save the forest you must raise 1,000,000 gold pieces. Can you identify every species and save them from extinction?

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

April 13, 2008

Game Rank

3872 points

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April 27, 2012

Annoying sounds, no real story line, no challenge. Not even a time limit to make it frustrating. This game was awful. Even a two year old would be bored by it.

It could be better....
March 14, 2012

This game has the potential to be a lot more then it is, it is a shame that it is not! It is fun and action-packed but soon it becomes very repetitive. The little quests they throw in there are the same ones over and over -- it would of made it more interesting if they made them different and challenging as the game progresses. The "helpers" you can buy only upgrade a few times until there is no more to buy, which takes away from the game as well. They have all of these spell options and I never even needed to use any.... This game would of been great if it was a just a side quest of sorts in a bigger type of game, or if they made this more challenging and in depth. I am not so sure it makes a good game all to itself as is with what they give you... It is okay if you are just wasting time and trying to keep busy with something to do, but it isn't the greatest.

Strangely addictive....
March 25, 2012

I do agree that this game could have had more time spent on it, it could have been developed into a wildly amazing game. Yet... it has captured that elusive quality of Strangely Addictive, when the power went out for the afternoon I just kept wanting to get back to this game and keep going!

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