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Submitted by Cyrus365 1969d ago | review

Videogamer: Enchanted Folk and the School of Wizardry Review

Videogamer writes: "Enchanted Folk is a life-simulation game that lets you attend a magical school. After designing your character and naming your college, you'll be free to explore the local area. There are lessons to attend, friends to make and mysteries to solve. Players will also have to earn money by fishing or collecting items to sell. This cash can then be used to buy clothes, spell ingredients and decorations for your dorm room. The ultimate goal is to become the world's greatest wizard by learning every spell and investigating all the game's secrets. Enchanted Folk is extremely similar to Animal Crossing, although it does offer a few more things to do." (Enchanted Folk and the School of Wizardry, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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