Write an archmage's autobiography in this 80-year 130,000-word interactive fiction! Play good or evil, man or woman, as you bring peace to the kingdom or take over the world with your sorcery. Brew potions, raise the dead, summon mythical beasts, control men's minds, and blast away your enemies.
"Life of a Wizard" is an epic interactive novel where you control the main character. In each chapter, your choices determine how the story proceeds.
Will you find romance, get married, or have children? Will you become the arch-mage, grand bishop, nature-loving druid, hardened battle-mage or even an undead lich? The choice is yours!
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Worth the money
The simple writing style makes it easy to understand and the stats are relatively easy to grasp. Also incorporates some nice curve balls where you sometimes just have to use logic instead of pure stat based decisions. Overall, the high replay ability and simple style of the story boded really well with me. If you’re someone looking for extravagant writing and “big words” I would not recommend this. However, if you’re looking for simplicity and a nice story with high replay ability, then this is one of the best.
Incredible, a hidden gem
Life of a Wizard was a chance buy for me. Little did I know it was a very immersive CYOA with countless decisions. I was fortunate enough to almost always have at least one option for every check on my first run (thanks summoning) but I do wish there were a rewind option. I know why there isn't but I feel like it would be beneficial in case of a mis-click or if the results weren't what you wanted. Regardless of this I wholeheartedly recommend this game.
Not Worth the Money
It’s a cool game with interesting choices, though it’s not easy to maneuver. I wish there was a rewind button, because there were several times I had misclicked. The game doesn’t last very long, and visually it’s not very pleasing. I wish I had read more into the game before buying it. It also would help if there was music. It was soundless gameplay, and the end of it was the furthest from fun.
Buy this if you don’t care about wasting your money for maybe half an hour of gameplay.
Don’t buy this if you realize the same (or a better) effect could be achieved from finding a dungeons and dragons campaign to join.
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