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Arkadium Word Wipe Game
Arkadium Word Wipe Game
Form as many words as you can to clear the rows and advance.
Outspell Spelling Game
Outspell Spelling Game
A Scrabble-esque game with plenty of fun, added twists.
Crack the code of numbers and letters to decipher the words!
Scramble Words Game
Scramble Words Game
Unscramble the letters to create words!
Form as many words as you can with the letters you're given!
A though-provoking cross between a word search and scramble.
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Fan Favorite Spelling Games
Our collection free spelling games are some of the most popular games on the web! In particular, the Outspell spelling game has been a fan favorite for years. Similar to an online Scrabble game, Outspell requires the player to spell words using specific tiles that have one letter each. After the player’s turn ends, the computer opponent plays their tiles – whoever has the most points at the end of the game wins! If you like online Scrabble games, you’ll love our Outspell spelling game.
In addition to Outspell, Arkadium is home to many more classic spelling word games, including the ever popular Word Wipe! This free online spelling game tasks players to form words out of randomly generated letter towers—the longer the word, the more points you will receive. However, the timer is ticking and you have to clear a certain number of towers before it reaches zero. You can enjoy a lot of relaxing spelling games on Arkadium.com, but Word Wipe requires quick reaction speed and sharp spelling ability. Good luck!
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If you’re a fan of Wordscapes, then Scramble Words is the game for you. At the start of each level, the player is given five letters that can then be composed into a certain number of hidden words. If the player is able to identify all of the words on the board, they win and move on to the next level. Do you have what it takes to unscramble the letters in Scramble Words?
Arkadium’s Codeword is another new yet immensely popular spelling game that’s all about deduction and logic. Even if you’re not a great speller, Arkadium’s Codeword is sure to help you relax and unwind as the letters fall into place. Our Codeword spelling game is like a crossword, but there are no clues. The goal of the game is to fill out the entire grid with words using deduction! Thankfully, some letters are given at the start of the game and this will help the player to spell words that might fit in the grid. The start of the game can be complex, but the hint options are extremely helpful for both new and expert players. There’s nothing quite as cathartic or relaxing as filling the grid in Arkadium’s Codeword spelling games!
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interesting magic systems in games
Magic is cool, right? Swords, bows, crossbows, and muskets are fine too, but they rarely fit into a given setting as seamlessly as magic usually does. In addition, through knowledge and willpower, wizards can force themselves to obey reality itself. It's just a bomb. No matter how pumped up the bicep is, it will not stop a fireball flying in the face. Let's take a look at games where the use of magic has become more or less creepy cool!
The game deserves a place on this list due to the magical system that affects metagaming.
Finding the mystical fireball base needed to read the elements and the reality-altering path to release it is all...we don't really do it because it happens in the soul and mind of the characters we play as. But in CodeSpells everything changes. And while our character is addressing the mystical side of the universe or something like that, we ourselves program the game so that the fireball can appear. It is truly unique and original. Teaching people how to program simple functions is a pretty nice bonus, kind of like the old game called Colobot.
This is perhaps the closest thing to a magic system in a video game that allows you to feel like a wizard.
Wizard of Legend
The art here is to capture the moment well. Many spells have a cooldown, and if you dodge, haste, or hit, being unable to cast the spell can be a matter of life and death.
WoL is a pixelated "bagel" in which each of your abilities is a spell. Combat can be quite intense, especially if you're using fast-recovery magic. Then the screen is covered with cute pixelated special effects, and your enemies die in battle, as they should. Fast, pleasant and requires a good reaction. Definitely recommend.
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Outward is a rare RPG and survival simulation collaboration. It has everything that is typical for survival games - hunger, fatigue, freezing - but there are also clear role-playing quests and several simultaneously unfolding storylines. In addition, the game has a magic system that you will have to work on.
Magic in Outward requires more serious rituals than in other games. For example, to cast a simple fire spell that is stronger than a simple match, you would have to build a magic circle from enchanted materials. You can also use runic magic, which requires you to learn several combinations to cast spells.
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Mages of Mystralia
Thanks to the story created by Ed Greenwood, one of the creators of the Forgotten Realms setting, Mages of Mystralia was simply destined to become a special game. And she really did become one. The game looks very cute, cartoonish and friendly, but don't be fooled - the magic system here is very powerful and offers a lot of customization.
Spells are created on a special panel where various components are assembled. If for some reason you want the fireball to turn left in flight, you have that option. Turned left and bounced off the wall? Easy! Would you like a magic shield to reflect an arrow back at your enemies, throwing three fireballs after it? This is also possible. In fact, you are limited only by the ability to combine magical elements and mana.
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At least if you don't mind the battle royale genre. Yes, Spellbreak is a wizard battle royale set on a conveniently secluded island where you can unleash your magical powers.
It doesn't sound that great on its own, until you discover that spell effects can be combined. Cast a poison spell on the tornado you created a few seconds earlier and it will become a poisonous whirlwind, or turn the meteor into a huge snowball. The game is fast, entertaining, rewards the skill of the player and provides a huge space for unbridled fun and chaos.
The game is free. If you're ready, download!
Citadel: Forged with Fire
The magic system of the game is closely related to the weapons that you can imbue with magical properties, and different effects are possible for different types of weapons.
For example, for a glove, these are the "explosion" and "beam" forms, as well as the effect on itself and auxiliary functions common to all types of weapons. In addition, certain components of spells, such as range and life drain, can be improved with additional ingredients.
There are several Essences (elements) in the game that underlie spells, such as Arcana (pure magic), Nature or Storm. Each of them has unique effects for each spell form, such as the effect on self, beams, or utility properties. Available forms are determined by the weapon being used.
If all the other games on this list have magic systems that encourage creativity in one way or another, Dragon's Dogma's ability system is hardly flexible. But this game deserves a place on this list already thanks to the joy and feeling of power when reading powerful spells. The ones that take half a minute to cook while your NPC companions (pawns) try not to let the enemies hit your soft wizard loins.
But my God, when the spell ends, it's a real cataclysm, plunging in awe. Take a look at the selection of Youtube user FluffyQuack (nice nickname, by the way!)
I don't know about you, but we can forgive the lack of flexibility if it is compensated by a real show about why pissing off a sorcerer is no better idea than loitering in the domain dragons.
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Arx Fatalis' approach to magic is unforgettable. In your travels around the world (or immediately with a fairly simple cheat), you can open runestones corresponding to certain phrases in the magical language, from which spells can be assembled. The trick is that each time you cast a spell, you need to draw signs manually, and the quick access menu is limited to three spells at a time, which disappear after reading.
As a bonus, spells are translated (in the diary) really meaningfully. For example, the classic fireball uses the phrase Aarn Yok Tar, which means "Create a Fireball". Replace Yok with Fridd and you'll get an ice arrow. And don't forget - it was over a decade before everyone started going crazy over Skyrim's three-word Draconic phrases.
Even after playing a little Arx Fatalis, you will understand why mages take so long to cast spells. And why you shouldn't give them that much time if you had a fight with them.
Aarn Mega Yok!
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Pre-Skyrim magic is more than just launching another fireball. It was studied by devoting oneself without reserve and gaining more freedom than the Nords can possibly understand. Mainly because in Morrowind, for example, you could create your own spells from learned formulas. You only had to worry about how much gold you had left and what you could actually read, since the mana pool was not a bottomless well.
The system allowed some crazy combinations to be created, and also provided enough space to work with specific parameters. Of course, Morrowind, like Arx Fatalis, looks rather outdated these days, but mods can solve this problem, resulting in a truly majestic game, free from modern tinsel and annoyances.
Two Worlds II
You may have never heard of this game, or you may have found out that for some incredible reason a DLC was released for it a few months ago. There is nothing to be ashamed of here, but despite the suspense and a certain "clumsiness", this game sets an interesting direction in magic.
Here it is based on cards that can be combined to create magic spells. There are effect cards divided into five schools with several branches (for example, Air is divided into Air proper, Life, and Lightning). There are carrier cards that determine how the spell works: buff, projectile, or summon. Finally, modifier cards improve effects (increase damage, duration, defense) or change the behavior of projectiles (Ricochet? Spray? Targeting enemies maybe?)
The number of possible effects is vast and includes combinations such as anvil vortex (tell me honestly, how often have you seen this phrase?), summoning magical projectiles of various creatures, or automatically reviving after your death. Constantly trying new combinations is just insanely fun and a great incentive to search the world for new cards.
What happens when you mix a first person shooter, Excel spreadsheet and powerful magic? Lichdom: Battlemage, that's what. And it is a very curious animal. At first glance, after the trailers and gameplay videos, the game looks like a magic-oriented first-person shooter with truly great effects, thanks to CryEngine 3. Depending on what kind of spells you create, you will have regular projectiles, homing and not, powerful beams, wide area explosions, traps, deadly puddles... this game has it all, and everything looks just great. At any given moment, you have access to three (out of a total of eight) signs that allow you to control various elements such as fire, ice, necromancy, or telekinesis, and each of them allows you to create three spells (mentioned projectiles, variants with a zone of effect, and shield).
However, at the heart of everything is a complex spell-casting system that requires a good memory and hard work with numbers to fully utilize. Create a Mastery combo to maximize Destruction damage, or a Mastery-Control combo to get some quiet moments? The math is complex, the synergies are complex, and the battles are often so desperate that it's easy for an inattentive player to get confused, especially when spell tricks become a must. But when everything works, various amenities will fall like from a cornucopia.
The Divinity: Original Sin Series
The Divinity: Original Sin games have established themselves in a wide variety of collections, but few places deserve their place as they do here. In the first part, the magic was incredibly fun, with spectacular spell combinations. Nothing compares to a fire arrow exploding a poisonous cloud. But the sequel managed to surpass the original in every way thanks to the downright deadly combos opened by creative players. Some time ago it was reported that someone created an infinite damage combo from just a couple of spells due to their cumulative effects.
What makes the game so special is that it's specifically designed to allow you to experiment with its systems, providing alternate paths to success even if you get too carried away and destroy a part of the quest that seemed vital. In addition, skills can be crafted here, providing another level of complexity and flexibility.
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Obsidian's 2016 creation, unfortunately, didn't receive its due fame and completely fell out of the view of many people. This is unfortunate for a number of reasons, one of which is the magical system.
In Tyranny, spells are created using spell symbols called sigils. Sigils of Keys determine the school of magic, Expressions determine the behavior of the spell, Strokes increase individual parameters, and Enhancements apply additional modifiers. Each sigil has a cost compared to your Knowledge skill, so a strong mage with Knowledge of 200 can add stronger Touches to his spells than an amateur with Knowledge of 40. Effects determined by Expression range from short-range bolts and long-range projectiles to auras, lethal strikes with a zone of defeat and strong weakenings.
One of the advantages of Tyranny's magic system is its close connection to the lore. Each of the 11 Key Sigils available in the game (Fire, Cold, Lightning, Stone, Emotion, Illusion, Life, Terratus, Spirit, Entropy, Strength) was created through the study of the Archons that created a certain effect. For example, the Sigil of Emotion was created through the study of Sirin, the Archon of Song. Finally, the existence of magic is explained. This is a nice innovation.
Magicka (and of course, its continuation) is a game with a rather elegant magic system. There are eight basic effects, several more can be obtained by combining them, and so on to create more powerful spells. Fans have created a lot of downright killer combinations over the years, turning spellcasting into a QTE to some degree, but with good old fireball you can get a lot done too.
In addition, there is a logical game world, so you can use the element of cold to freeze the narrow and slippery path across the river or toss yourself into the air with a mine explosion.
And make sure you're dry before casting lightning spells.
Blade and Sorcery (VR)
Initially, the VR action Blade and Sorcery did not have magic - the player was offered to pick up a melee weapon and deal with his opponent, as in some cruel medieval movie. However, one of the updates added fantasy elements, and now fireballs, telekinesis, staves and other things from the world of magic have become familiar in Blade and Sorcery.
This game simulates medieval battles - you can feel like a powerful warrior, the likeness of King Leonidas, who brutally cracks down on his enemies, chopping off their heads, piercing them with a sword and doing other creepy, but quite spectacular things. There is an impressive arsenal of weapons, and advanced physics creates the maximum sense of presence.
Spellsworn is an isometric PvP action game that challenges novice mages to clash in small arenas. 5 modes, 3 arenas, solo and team battles - all this can be tried out for free right now.
The gameplay itself is interesting - it is divided into rounds, and at the beginning of each, players visit a magic shop and buy spells. The amount of currency is limited, and out of 25 spells, you want to buy everything, of course, but you have to think about tactics. The game is easy to learn and undemanding to PC components - everything you need for beginners and hurried magicians.
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The Wizards - Dark Times (VR)
Another VR game, this time all about magic. Its peculiarity lies in the gesture system of spells. There are 11 of them in total, but it’s also quite difficult to “cast” them - but you will feel like a real sorcerer. Also, the game will please with an abundance of ways to interact with the environment and difficult battles.
The Wizards - Dark Times sends you to the fantasy world of Meliora, where instead of ponies and rainbows, residents observe terrifying monsters that not only interfere with life, but also rapidly bring the end of the world closer. In the role of the chosen wizard, you will use your own hands to stop the horde of monsters.
LEGO Harry Potter Dilogy
What collection of games about magic can do without the legendary "Harry Potter"? Of course, with a stretch, but LEGO Harry Potter still wedged into our selection - get ready to take an adventure into the world of magic alone or with a friend.
The dilogy offers to relive the events of all the films about the young wizard in Lego style. You can freely explore the corners of Hogwarts, learn various spells, complete story missions and collect collectibles. Traditionally, the LEGO games allow you to play as almost any character in the universe, and this is an opportunity that Harry Potter fans should definitely not miss.
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Japan is an interesting country that brought us anime, JRPGs and horror stories. The latter formed the basis of the adventure game Ghostwire Tokyo, in which the player uses superpowers to fight various evil spirits on the streets of Tokyo.
According to the story, 99% of the people in the city disappear due to some occult event. The main character will have to figure out what is happening and give battle to a secret organization. In his adventures, he will face the heroes of local legends - headless schoolgirls, shiromuku, faceless people with umbrellas and so on. To control abilities, the player will use the gesture system. Noita This means that with the help of your impressive arsenal of magic spells, you can burn, freeze, melt the surrounding objects or your enemies. If you use magic wisely, then you will quickly clear the territory and discover secrets, and carelessness will lead to an absurd death.
Noita will also please with procedural terrain generation, nice undemanding picture and the ability to create your own spells.
Nine Parchments is, according to the players, the "proper" Magicka 2. This is also a cooperative arcade game about four inexperienced wizards who go on adventures and cross their abilities in battles with enemies, which often turns into chaos and turns into a danger to themselves.
But, unlike Magicka, the graphics are much nicer, the controls are more responsive, and the branching tree of character leveling allows you to create your own unique magician. The set of spells at the same time is amazing.
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An original free-to-play MMORPG in which you become a newly minted student of the school of magic. After choosing an element, huge worlds open for exploration and hundreds of hours of gameplay will open before you, which include quests, pumping, breeding pets and other genre activities.
Wizard101's uniqueness lies in the turn-based combat system using cards - in battles, the characters are placed in a circle and use their aces in the sleeves, trying to defeat opponents. The turn-based format might sound boring for a magic game, but it actually opens up a lot of room for tactics, and if you play with friends, there's room for some impressive synergy.
If you are looking for more intense games with a well-developed magic system, then we advise you to play Ziggurat - a fast first-person shooter in which the magic wand becomes like a machine gun, and in tight locations you will be expected crowds of enemies.
In addition to shooter mechanics, Ziggurat will delight you with Rogue-lite features: thanks to random elements, each run is different from the previous one, the dungeon is constantly changing, and from spells that drop randomly, you can collect both a powerful set and something incomprehensible.
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Zenith: The Last City
The future, in which people sit in VR helmets and, forgetting about reality, travel through virtual worlds, is already coming - so you might think if you play MMORPG Zenith: The Last City. Immersed in virtual reality, you will do the same things as in other games of the genre - traveling around the world, fighting enemies, fulfilling NPC requests, pumping, and so on.
But when it happens in VR, everything looks and feels different. As for the magic system, it is built on a system of gestures, and to create a simple fireball you will have to cut through the air with your hands, and the process of making a potion looks like cooking in the kitchen.
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In Verbis Virtus
Ironically, our list begins and ends with games that capture the moment of a reality-bending sorcerer's supposed experience in real life. But here, unlike CodeSpells, instead of programming, you need to speak into the microphone.
When it comes to the most anticipated games of the future (generally), Hogwarts Legacy is a role-playing game set in the Harry Potter universe. And no, this is not a LEGO adventure, but a full-fledged open-world action-RPG set nearly 200 years before the legend was born. In the center of the plot is a young student at Hogwarts, who discovers the ability to master ancient magic.
The declared features will make a Harry Potter fan sincerely rejoice - you can customize the hero, choose one of the faculties, freely explore the open world, upgrade the character's talents and balance between the "light" and "dark" sides. And, of course, an interesting combat system based on the use of spells and potions is expected.
Unfortunately, there are no more spells left in our book. Now is the time to take a break to restore them. If you know of other games with a cool, interesting, or simply spectacular magic system, please share them in the comments. Let's bring some magic back to our world for a moment!
The 10 best magic games for Android and IOS: magic in all genres
The good thing about the gaming world is that it allows us to take a little break from everyday hustle and bustle, plunging into universes where everything is possible - heroes always win in them, and magic becomes reality. Magic games for Android are attractive in themes - you learn how to cast spells, brew magic potions, apply spells and elixirs.
Incredible creatures and forces of nature are subject to you, your possibilities are endless, as if in fairy tales and legends. This feeling of power, even if illusory, attracts, because in magical games you are able to heal friends and dispel enemies to dust, defeat the forces of evil and save the world. Yes, in real life it's impossible, though... Who knows?...
So, the world of magic on Android devices, what is it like?
Magic: The Gathering – Puzzle Quest
The combination of card-based gameplay of the famous Magic with RPG elements and match-3 puzzle turned out to be successful. You have to not only collect your deck, but also accumulate mana of all five types, which in the hands of Planeswalker magicians can work miracles, destroying the forces of darkness with the help of powerful spells. Asynchronous PvP battles against other gamers will add competitiveness to the game, while RPG elements will allow you to develop your chosen Planeswalker, enhancing his abilities and expanding his magical knowledge.
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One of the most famous turn-based strategies offers gamers not only exploration of territories, collecting resources and searching for artifacts on the map of the game world, but also battles during which they will have to use the power of weapons , and different types of spells. Among the types of heroes offered to players are those that are focused specifically on magic and are able to lead magical creatures into battle, and not ordinary warriors. During the game, you can not do without building a guild of magicians, which will allow you to learn new and new spells - even more powerful in effect.
The most popular card game in existence is no stranger to magic. Her game world is full of heroes who can wield the most powerful spells and summon magical creatures to fight. A variety of characters, game modes, a huge number of maps and intuitive gameplay - there is everything that can captivate both fans of the CCG genre and beginners. Build your own invincible deck, take part in PvE and PvP duels, attack and cast spells - many hours of addictive gameplay are provided to you.
The MOBA genre is hard to imagine without heroes using magic, and the characters of the famous Vainglory are no exception. They are ready to fight in the arena with the strongest opponents, using spells, restore health using potions, and go into battle again - because they only need a victory. They cannot do without your skillful leadership, so hone your skills in battles against artificial intelligence, and then go to fight real opponents - spectacular and uncompromising fights and rich loot await you.
Order & Chaos 2: Redemption
The MMORPG genre is ideal for magic - the action of such games mainly develops in a fantasy setting, and in such a world there is simply no way without magic. 5 races coexist in the huge spectacular world of this game, fighting and uniting in alliances, exploring dungeons and fighting the forces of darkness. You can't do without magic, alchemy and spells, so the class of Mages is present here, opening up wide opportunities for players - fans of everything magical and unknown. They have to master the most powerful spells to save the world from evil and correct the mistakes of the past.
This PC hit has been appreciated by Android gamers for its cute graphics, humorous, slightly parodic gameplay and of course, lots of magic - it's all over the place. The authors combined adventure and role-playing elements, a well-thought-out plot and the possibility of cross-platform play in Magicka. Invite up to three friends and, armed with magical staves, learn spells, combine them and fight through level after level in hours of exciting fantasy game.
Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire
This fast-paced arcade time-killer will require you to use magical skills - yes, don't be surprised, because to protect the city from enemies attacking from above, you will need to master spells and use potions. Cast spells right on the screen of your device - draw spell symbols and let your opponents know they can't get past the defenses you've set up. You can summon dragons and turn enemies into frogs, use potions and new types of spells, but don't expect serious gameplay from this game - both the characters and the plot itself look funny and entertaining here.
Fantastic Beasts: Cases
Casual games are no strangers to magic either. As you can see, in the Hidden Object genre, the ability to cast spells can come in handy, especially if the setting of the game is the Harry Potter universe, although the action in it develops long before he was born. This title is dedicated to the events of the film "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" and in it you will find a job in the Ministry of Magic as a detective wizard. Look for clues and communicate with witnesses, learn and use spells, brew potions - all this will help you solve the mysteries that are full in the spectacular world of this game.
Heroes of Incredible Tales
In this incredibly spectacular RPG, the developers did not do without magic - the Mage class will allow fans of spells to develop their fighting style and fight opponents in PvP mode, take part in joint raids, explore the game world and get a ton of loot, develop your skills by learning new types of spells, and try out these skills on huge bosses.
RPG with two-button shooter mechanics, and even dedicated to magic - it already sounds original, and the characters of the game, as if cut out of paper, complete the overall picture. Agree, Paper Wizard is worth attention. Where else can you find such a non-standard visual style with convenient controls and a fascinating storyline? The role of a wizard who fights monsters of all stripes with the help of magic, travels through caves and catacombs, dungeons and cemeteries will suit your taste. You are waiting for three classes of characters, a system of active and passive skills, a huge number of opponents, items that can be used during the battle and much more - saving the paper world will be interesting.