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  • It’s nothing very fancy, but definitely suits the purpose of the game and the ease that gamers have in completing the levels
  • Like I mentioned early, the game offers a free trial, so I suggest gamers try that out before purchasing and see if the game is right for them

    • by Susanna Frank
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      Mystic Emporium is a fun game that can be found on game sites such as Spin Top or Big Fish gaming sites. It is a game that will have to be paid for before being downloaded to your computer, but luckily, gamers get an hour free to see if this game is right for them or not. There is nothing to strenuous about the game, it’s simple and innocent fun for all age groups.

      The graphics of this game are cartooned and simple looking. It’s nothing


      very fancy, but definitely suits the purpose of the game and the ease that gamers have in completing the levels. The object of this game is for gamers to take on the role of Lily, she a witch who is purchasing a potions shop in order to run it herself. It has always been her dream, and gamers can see how Lily comes to owning the potion shop. So basically, this game has some sort of story line, where Lily is trying to make her potion ...

      • shop a success.

        Once gamers are in the potion shop, the fairy godmother who owned the shop before Lily takes you through a tutorial that explains how to work the game. Gamers then begin from level one, taking orders from customers on simple levels using only one cauldron to mix them in. With the progression of each level gamers then begin working on the more progressed levels of potion making and your customers become more impatient. You are also able to update all of the items in

        your store so that they run quicker.

        Gamers play the game until they reach the final level, where then they can start over or continue playing the game on that current level. This game offers no real strategy and the gamers simply have to try and keep up with the fast paced levels that develop as you progress in the game. Like I mentioned early, the game offers a free trial, so I suggest gamers try that out before purchasing and see if the game is right for them




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