The story of a witch who is chased after by warriors. Eirudy, the Marionette Witch.
A story-based RPG with no additional in-app payments.
The witch Lives in her house in the Misty Forest, hidden from the warriors.
At home, she crafts tools and magic, and trains herself.
Outside, she explores around to find magical ingredients and often encounters warriors.
The witch wakes her dolls and uses them to fight against the warriors.
The lonely witch wants to wake her dolls so she can have friends, but her dolls are silent.
Sometimes recognized and praised by humans,
but sometimes hurt; Eirudy, a lonely witch.
Lead Eirudy, the Marionette Witch in the path of light.
Ratings and Reviews
Better than Witchspring 2! The best yet!
Ws2 is incredible but this just improves on every aspect. Interface is better, UI looks better, map is better, spell casting is better, etc. I could go on. They even fixed the training system - ws2 you could train nonstop but here it's balanced which controls the difficulty of the game. I actually can't think of anything I prefer in ws2 over ws3. This is definitely one of the best rpgs on the appstore. Gorgeous art and animations that are hard to find.
There are some things I hope they add in the future including a better inventory system and ability to put the battle menu on one side of the screen instead of on top of the character.
The story is fun and intriguing while the characters are adorable. The main girl for this game is the cutest yet! This is definitely worth the purchase and I hope to see another installment in the future.
One of my favorite games on mobile
Witch spring 2 was the first game I played and it was my long time favorite, and although I’m not sure I can say witch spring 3 has topped its predecessor, this game is still a must-play. The ui is lovely, the 3D models and maps are extremely well done and adorable, the art and music are absolutely beautiful, and the skills level-up logic is extremely unique (I would like to see other game implement the same setup as witch spring 2 & 3). With that said, the only reason I wasn’t able to give this game 5 stars is because of the story. Having played witch spring 2, I can say that there is a lot of context that people would miss if they had just played the 3rd game by itself. Although this game would still be enjoyable, the set-up and especially the ending might be confusing without knowing the story from the 2nd game, as there isn’t a direct face-off between the protagonist and the antagonist. It’s a well written game that becomes sort of a spin off of the 2nd, but without the 2nd game I’m not sure this game could stand on its own. Also I’m not quite sure about the romance element, the talk between Eileen and Eirudy was extremely long and unnecessary as well as the “what is going out” talk with Adrian. But the romance writing is just a matter of personal opinion. All in all, I would highly recommend the witch spring series! They’re extremely unique and with each game the art, music, gameplay, and cut scenes get better and better!!
I’m proud to say it beat Witch Spring 2!
As someone who played all three of the games. This one is by far my favorite so far. It’s story was very touching and addicting! It also manages to teach an important life lesson. Per usual the art is outstanding, and the characters got even better. I love the storyline connecting all the games together and being able to see Pieberry and Luna touches my heat even more. With my gaming experience with both Pieberry and Luna. I have to say Eirudy is far more interesting than both of them. I would love to see a Witch Spring 4, and I hope instead of a straight couple we can mix it up a little, and maybe get a male deity? Overall I loved this game.
- SUYOUNG JANG
- 1.4 GB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.