Lost Magic

Lost Magic

2006

System
DS
Publisher
Ubisoft
Developer
Taito

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Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Adventure
Release Date

DS

  • 25th Apr 2006 (USA)
  • 28th Apr 2006 (UK/EU)
  • 19th Jan 2006 (JPN)
Tags
Magic
Feature Support
Wi-Fi Connection

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About The Game

LOSTMAGIC brings role-playing games on the DS to a new level, capitalising on the innovative and unique gameplay abilities such as casting spells with the stylus and the global connectivity of the Wi-Fi mode," said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing at Ubisoft. "Ubisoft is proud to continue in its tradition of bringing cutting-edge games to gamers worldwide."

Key Features:

  • Cast Spells With the Stylus! – Your stylus becomes your magic wand! Use different motions to unleash your magic.
  • Evolving Magic System – Players can combine up to three single spells to create more than 350 magic combinations using a symbol system exclusive to the DS.
  • Collect and Command Monsters – Learn to use each monster's special skill to gain the advantage in battle.
  • Use the Stylus to Open Up a New Frontier in RPGs – Experience strategy like never before! LOSTMAGIC's innovative RTS-type RPG makes full use of the unique capabilities of the DS. Control your units directly on-screen using a point-and-click interface that PC strategy gamers have enjoyed for years.

Challenge Others via Nintendo Wi-Fi connectivity – Create new characters and challenge friends over a Wi-Fi connection. In Dueling mode, players can test their magic casting skills and strategies against each other.