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Not quite as good as Witchery Spell, but this still goes down as one of the top-5 standalone boxed puzzle games we've played. Great mix of puzzles, including some lovely "magic" set pieces, wrapped in a (surprisingly edgy, considering recent world events) engaging narrative. Only slight let-downs were a few minor QA issues (typos etc.), and a tiny bit of confusion in the gameflow towards the end, where we seemed to get lost as to what the active chain of puzzles should have been. Nonetheless, very, very good, and plenty to keep a group of adults entertained for a couple of hours.
Not quite as cohesive and transportive as Witchery Spell, but some really creative objects and interactions nonetheless. Absolutely still worth a play.
High quality contents and enjoyable puzzling to be had, played this after Witchery Spell and in retrospect wish we had done the other way around - this is far easier. We still enjoyed it and had a good time playing, and definitely at the higher end quality wise for an at home game. You can also purchase a refill pack so you can pass it on after you have finished.