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Best app around
Best app around, and best app in town. A must buy. After the 1st one and the 2nd there is about 10x more content between the two. This game is amazing. Allowing so many option and choices. I can only hope that this game series continues.
Lolz645789 on Nov 12, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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Much larger than the first one.
Fantastically in-depth story branches allow for a different play through each time. While the first one was great, this one grants more path options, fixes the spell casting, adds a seriously addictive mini game, and the overarching riddle of the plot demands the player’s attention. You’re looking at several hours of gameplay on a single play through and, when it’s over, restarting is practically mandatory. I can’t wait for the next one.
Chandoman on Nov 12, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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Really good
This is a really good game, better than I expected it to be. I also like the swindle stone game. It would be great if you could make that into an easy accessible mini game through out the story.
Tathena1 on Nov 10, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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Favorite iOS game, a must-buy
Sorcery is my hands down my favorite iOS game. I've been checking for months waiting for part 2 to be released, and now that it's here they've somehow made an amazing game even better. This game is a must have, and I would recommend all Inkle apps, they are an awesome company.
Custom Vinyl Owner on Nov 9, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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So so
Maybe because I missed the first game but I didn't follow the story. It seems your goal is to get to a land beyond a city. So you spend your entire time crossing this city. But the map shows that you could just walk around it. Little annoyances like being given only one possible direction to go even though you are just walking down a road. You can't backtrack. Why not just move me to the next interaction point? It takes 45 swipes to page through a spell book end to end. And the ending was a let down. This feels like a walk on the way to a game.
Al Bravo on Nov 9, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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Goodtogray on Nov 9, 2013 for Sorcery! 2
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