Augmented reality is not a new concept even though many people may have only really been exposed to the terminology - and the applications - in the recent past. This is thanks in a large part to the availability and quality of portable smartphones with cameras and capable processors, but also the Nintendo 3DS and Sony PlayStation Vita which have combined their cameras with the system’s gaming focus to delivered augmented reality games which are enjoyable to play. However, until now, with the launch of Wonderbook and the first story it will help tell - Book of Spells - we haven’t seen it really hit the mainstream. What Wonderbook: Book of Spells delivers is a wonderful and magical family experience whereby children and adults alike can share in actually doing what they’ve previously only read about or seen on the big screen, i.e. witchcraft and wizardry, specifically spellcraft.