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The Magician's Handbook II: BlackLore review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Magician's Handbook II from G5 Entertainment for the iPad. The Magician's Handbook II is pretty much a standard game of find the hidden stuff. You have a map with different areas, which you're exploring for the captured fairies. Sadly, you don't clap to save them. You can play with either the full story or an abbreviated version. You can also choose to play with a timer or without, which is a nice touch. Without the timer, the game has a relaxing quality that suits the genre well. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Magician's Handbook II: BlackLore for the iPad and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
The Magician's Handbook: Cursed Valley review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Magician's Handbook: Cursed Valley from BC Soft Games and G5 Entertainment for the iPad. The Magician's Handbook is a traditional take on the hidden object genre. The background images are mostly static, and there are no fancy animations or cutscenes. But what it lacks in presentation, it makes up for with its gameplay. It's a bit easier to find what you're looking for, and the game also throws some puzzles into the cauldron, as well. The idea is that each collection of levels has a set amount of objects you need to find in order to learn a new spell. It's a nice touch that emphasizes the magician theme as well as diversifies the gameplay. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Magician's Handbook: Cursed Valley for the iPad and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
A giant card poster is seen to be in pieces.
The magician causes the pieces to magically restore into a full, undamaged poster.
A showy magical item that will amaze your on-lookers.
The magician shows a cube to the audience - each side a different colour.
The cube is covered with one hand - the other hand copies the first, resulting in TWO cubes.
The magician now takes one cube and slaps it down on the table.
The result? One squashed cube.
The squashed cube and the regular cube can now be examined by the audience.
A sprig with a red flower is shown, and rapidly changes to yellow.
The magician then causes the flower to disappear altogether.
A card box is opened out to show that it's completely empty.
It is now folded back into the shape of a pack of cards.
The magician makes a magic motion, and immediately pours a full deck of cards from the empty box.
Poker chips inexplicably swap places without any interference from the magician.
A coin is marked for future recognition, and placed under a cover.
The magician reaches under a hankerchief and withdraws a red Chinese pill-box.
Inside this pill-box is another, and another, and another.
When the last pill-box is opened, the marked coin is found inside.
The coin is, of course, missing from under the cover where it was originally placed.
There are three poker chips - two red and one black.
Time and again, the magician causes the black chip to vanish.
Each time it re-appears between the two red chips.
Finally, the two red chips are taken, leaving the black one alone.
It promptly disappears.
A plastic paddle is shown both sides.
At the magician's command, a coin appears sitting on the paddle.
This coin can be made to disappear, re-appear or even multiply.
A real eye-opener.
A painted clock-face will display any chosen time that the spectators nominate.
Whether they choose 3:00 o'clock, 7:00 o'clock or any number between 1:00 and 12:00, the magician is able to show that time.
Every move is slow and deliberate, with no difficult movements required.
Three cards are placed face down on the table.
The magician shifts them around, and a spectator is invited to choose the Ace.
No matter how closely the spectator watches, he/she is wrong every time.
A real head-scratcher.
The audience freely choose 3 suits from the 4 available in a pack of cards.
From the 4 cards in the magician's hat, the three chosen suits are removed.
The one remaining card is then shown to be BLANK!
A hand of four cards is shown - all of the same value.
With a small amount of effort, the magician changes the cards to four aces!
A big surprise.