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Conjuring and Prophecy Unit

by Eric Gallagher and Acacia Gallagher

Episode 1 of Fantasy Education Series
Educational, Fantasy
2018

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About the Story

The setting is Telin Castle, year 1337. A simple, patient troubleshooter gets blamed unjustly when a magical device being used to infiltrate the castle goes wrong. The only way to escape the blame is to solve the problem in the device.

This is a first-time text game release. Conjuring and Prophecy Unit is a simple educational game with a fantasy theme.

http://textadventures.co.uk/games/play/38tzl5akte2tyqg38bverg

Game Details

Language: United States
First Publication Date: December 19, 2018
Current Version: 1.0
License: Free
Development System: Quest 5
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: C34DEA40-8DB0-49EF-8BAC-F4E1E0F8A6E8
TUID: 1p6xgshkaar0myti

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A gauntlet-style illustrated game about troubleshooting magical tech, December 20, 2018
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes
This game is listed as educational, but I found it to be amusing and well-written as well.

You play as a character being asked to repair a sort of magical computer, with a crystal ball instead of a screen and an abacus and magic soup as part of the internal units.

The style seems more like old CYOA books, with most paths leading off to death. I think a 'back-up' button or more cluing could make this less frustrating. As it was, I was put off by the frequent deaths and didn't finish the game. But the writing was enjoyable, and the illustrations were very well done.

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