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Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light

Help Katrina find Professor Fobros! in addicting Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0

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Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light Game Description

After Professor Fobros goes missing from the Magic School, it's up to Katrina, and her brother Roger, to find him. Discover Professor Fobros' terrifying secret, as you travel around the world in this exciting Adventure game. Unravel an ancient mystery as you piece together a powerful amulet in Magic Encyclopedia 2: Moonlight. Can you solve the tricky puzzles and master the minigames in order to find the professor?

Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light full version features include:

  • Exciting minigames
  • Find the professor!
  • Beautiful hand-drawn graphics
  • 1,900 hidden objects to find

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Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light Game Customer Reviews

The first ME is one of my favorites so I bought this one the minute it became available on BigFish. I'd love to give it five stars because it's very well done except for the annoying background music loops but I have to deduct a star because of the huge number of tiny pieces of skinny sticks almost invisible in the background colors. I don't understand why game developers haven't yet figured out that a large percentage of their market is older people and some of us even wear bifocals. Fortunately, the ME hint system works well or I'd never have been able to get through this one. Otherwise, this game is marvelous.

- by michelep62

WONDERFUL! I have few complaints (unusual for me). Beautiful graphics, energetic music, moved quickly. There were a few tricky puzzles, but you can skip them at no penalty. Hints refill almost instantaneously with no searching for "?" in another scene. Zoomed right through the game. Everything had a reason that fit in with the theme of the game. Still can't figure out how we teleport across the globe in nanoseconds, but it's a GAME. Best one I have played this year.

- by zahnprod

About halfway through it, and love it. Two improvements from the original game: the hints refill over (a short) time, rather than the user needing to hunt for question marks; and (so far) there are none of the "constellation" games that felt so much like busywork to me. Note: I've now finished. As with the previous game, the ending was a touch feeble. Also, unlike the previous game, I never found a way to tell whether I was collecting all the gems. One final quibble: some of the cutscenes went too fast to read the text. Still: a great game!

- by rpederse