Wizard Land

  • Fast-paced gameplay
  • Multiple game modes
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 37

Review for game Wizard Land

Once upon a time there was a magical world known as Wizard Land, where witches, wizards, fairies and fairytale creatures dwelled. Sometimes they lived together in peace, sometimes there were local conflicts, but no conflict could compare to the Last Battle of Wizard Land! Use your Match 3 skills to explore this exciting world and resurrect the inhabitants! With a variety of obstacles, bonuses, and extra tasks, Wizard Land is fun for everyone!

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Genre : Arcade & Action

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

Date release

January 16, 2010

Game Rank

3597 points

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Horrible Wizard Land
February 17, 2012

I hated this game it was boring.

If you have nothing better to do .. at least relaxes
March 2, 2012

- Three game modes: swap (like classic match 3), chain (connecting 3 or more) and group (explode group of 3 or more). - Timed or untimed. - You can shuffle the pieces. - Win mega bonus if you make too many points. - Colorful, cute, sound ok, but tiresome VO. - Not challenging - Entertaining

Underrated gem
November 25, 2012

This review is based on the trial. Wow, I was really positively surprised when I played this game! I expected it to be your average Match 3, but it'sso much more! First off, it actually has a storyline you care to follow, you can choose to play in either timed or untimed mode, and you can play in swap, chain or group mode - and switch between these even during levels! You have to clear squares to win the level; once you've done that, a key and keyhole appear and you have to guide the key to the hole. You can rotate the board to do that, which is a nice twist! There are two bonuses that constantly refill. The only downside for me is that the levels seem to last quite a few minutes, so it's not a game you can go to and quickly play a level inbetween, you have to bring some time. Graphics and sound are outstanding for a match 3; I really enjoyed the wizard's voice (but you can turn him off, too). Strongly recommended, especially for Match 3 fans!

very repetitive even for a match 3
August 12, 2012

not really building anything. the VO was the same most of the game. 80+ levels to finish. good graphics, 2 modes of matching....swap, chain, and group. can mix and match throughout levels when the the icon fills back up. probably a good way to finish faster. took me days because each level has 2 phases. i have finished HO games faster. it is a good game to have to fill time. i played until i finished and that is why it took so long. i wouldn't recommend it at full price but discounted it's not a bad buy. if you are into M3 then you will probably like it, but i only play them occasionally.

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