Digital Force Bag (DFB) is a joint release from UK Magicians Nick Einhorn & Craig Squires, and developed by Marc Kerstein. This app is a unique digital tool for the serious mentalist or magician and is available for entertainment purposes only.
DFB has been designed to allow the user to force any one of 100 items.
It is easy enough for an eight year old to operate but useful enough for the world’s greatest magicians!
Two effects are included to get you started immediately and an option to fully customise DFB for your own personal use is currently included free!
● Easy to learn and remember
● Fully customisable for your own routines and languages
● Your audience will never suspect you are using a magic app
● Fun for the aspiring beginner and and an absolute essential for the professional
● Result can be different every time
● Export option allows you to share your routines with friends worldwide
Update for iOS 14.
Dark Mode support.
Ability to re-order lists.
Optional In App purchase of DFB Pro Tools which includes:
- Secret second input for a second force at a different number.
- Unlimited lists.
- Discreet confirmation of numbers.
Ratings and Reviews
Very good but...
I’m giving it 5 stars because it really is an amazing app. There are a few small discrepancies eg. There is slightly less space on the top of the screen above the apps than there should be, and the notes app is slightly unusual. Both of these will go unnoticed.
The next 2 things aren’t really ‘negatives’ but could have improvements.
The apps aren’t customisable. They’re pretty normal things and the spectator shouldn’t have enough time to see them anyway. They have small hints to help the magician, which I didn’t notice for a while after using the app. I think these are unnecessary because if the magician is paying close enough attention to ‘read’ these, it will cause an awkward moment where they should be acting normal. The app is easy to use but needs a little practice to make this smooth.
The next is just an idea. When one item on the list is moved, only that is moved. I think it would be better in a cycle, so that eg. They could pick any celebrity and any number and the whole list would move. Therefore, if you remember that theirs is 3rd on the list, your chosen 12th and they picked the number 50, with enough practice you could work out the difference is 9 so you move to 59.
Overall though, the positives outweigh the negatives, people don’t suspect a thing and it is a fooling way to force a thing without suspicion.
One of the cleanest force apps I’ve seen. Wish it had a dark mode function built into the notes
Probably best iPhone magic trick.
This is a brilliant App, and allows anyone to perform a range of effects easily and totally impromptu. Highest recommendation.
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- Craig Squires
- 13.1 MB
- Requires iOS 13.6 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.6 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Nick Einhorn & Craig Squires 2017
- In-App Purchases
- DFB Pro £9.99