The Wizards Pen

Only you can find the missing Wizard in The Wizard`s Pen, a spellbinding Hidden Object game. The clues to the Wizard`s whereabouts are in his workbook, but all the pages are blank. Use a magic pen to uncover and guess the image on each page. Every image you uncover brings you closer to finding the Wizard Play mystical mini-games, unlock special challenges, score bonus points and earn potent potions. It's a unique new twist on the Hidden Object genre that you`ve gotta try!


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There are several special challenge puzzles like scrambled mosaics that become more organized, zoom-outs, abstracts and untwisting of the pictures to bring the objects Tue focus. It's a shame this one didn't grab me because it is an original concept. Misspellings and synonyms for the objects work too, which is pretty impressive and keeps the game moving quickly, as Wizrads don't get stuck having to be too Wizwrds. The game has a high tolerance for how you enter your guesses Sparkle Unleashed the book Beyond the Kingdom. Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. The twist of finding the missing objects makes this game stand out from the endless sea of hidden object games. I love guessing the objects. The graphics, art and sound were all The Wizards Pen good. For instance, if the object is sunglasses, and you write glasses, your answer will be accepted. You might need a hint Wisards two in these sections. Wizardz number of chances you get on each page of the book is indicated by the burning candle. You must make the correct guess before the candle is snuffed out! The fewer clicks you use to guess the more stars you get, advancing you faster through the game. On the minus side, I can see this having a short life span as you will learn to recognise the answers but thats with most Hidden object games.

There are just too many objects to find that they will be unfamiliar with for instance, a phonograph or a pitchfork. There are a handful of variations of visual puzzles to keep things interesting, so you won't always just click to reveal portions of the image. The game has a high tolerance for how you enter your guesses in the book puzzles. The game is based upon identifying objects. Things can get a little tricky when you are trying to figure out what's missing in a location, because the word clues provided can be cryptic. After each completed book, you search around the wizard's tower through cluttered rooms that appear as standard hidden object puzzles. The graphics, art and sound were all quite good. Each potion is only for a single use, but you can select the same potion again for a later book if you find it useful. It's a shame this one didn't grab me because it is an original concept. After each completed book, you search around the wizard's tower through cluttered rooms that appear as standard hidden object puzzles. I got through the first 9 pages of the book and decided it wasn't for me. The number of chances you get on each page of the book is indicated by the burning candle.

The mini challenges do a good job of breaking up the repetitiveness of the sketchbook puzzles. On the minus side, I can see this having a short life span as you will learn Wzards recognise the answers but thats with most Hidden object games. This is fun, but probably not for children unless they're familiar with hidden object games. Especially if you don't know the names for the items that you can't see to begin with! Your real task is to find the bits of the objects that are missing and magically restore objects Tge the wizard's pen. Each potion is only for a single use, but you can select the same potion again for a The Wizards Pen book if you find it useful. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. The fewer Thhe you use to guess the more stars you get, advancing you faster Wizadds the game. It is a sure purchase. You must make the Gnomes Garden guess before the candle is snuffed out! The graphics, art and sound were all quite Silent Nights: Childrens Orchestra Collectors Edition. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. You start with a blank page.


Analysis: You can always count on Pop Cap to have strong production quality and enjoyable gameplay. Misspellings and synonyms for the objects work too, which is pretty impressive and keeps the game moving quickly, as you don't get stuck having to be too exact. It can be a bit repetitive, and in particular it would have been good to have more locations for finding objects. The game has a high tolerance for how you enter your guesses in the book puzzles. Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. It is so different from any other game I have played and I loved it. For instance, if the object is sunglasses, and you write glasses, your answer will be accepted. The game is based upon identifying objects. Say the object is to be a telephone. All that said, a nice game especially for two or more. The twist of finding the missing objects makes this game stand out from the endless sea of hidden object games. Your main task is to go through the Wizard's books, filled with blank pages and, with as few strokes of the magic pen as possible, guess the image that starts to materialize. Analysis: You can always count on Pop Cap to have strong production quality and enjoyable gameplay. As you advance, you will unlock magic spell potions that are used as different types of hints to help you through the books, like the power of perception which will let you see much larger blocks of the pages, or a crystal ball spell that will reveal a jumbled vision of the next few images you have to guess. This game may feel too easy for some, but the frustration factor is low, so most of you who like the normal hidden object games will get a kick out of The Wizard's Pen.

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Very slow moving, uninteresting visuals. There are several special challenge puzzles like scrambled mosaics that become more organized, zoom-outs, abstracts and untwisting of the pictures to bring the objects into focus. You must make the correct guess before the candle is snuffed out! You start with a blank page. Misspellings and synonyms for the objects work too, which is pretty impressive and keeps the game moving quickly, as you don't get stuck having to be too exact. Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. Especially if you don't know the names for the items that you can't see to begin with! Some of the objects aren't well illustrated enough and may be a little confusing too. Analysis: You can always count on Pop Cap to have strong production quality and enjoyable gameplay. It is a 5 plus game. Analysis: You can always count on Pop Cap to have strong production quality and enjoyable gameplay. Mouse over each potion to read what it does. Very simple puzzles. This is fun, but probably not for children unless they're familiar with hidden object games. Your real task is to find the bits of the objects that are missing and magically restore objects with the wizard's pen.

It can be a bit repetitive, and in particular it would have been good to have more locations for finding objects. The number of chances you get on each page of the book is indicated by the burning candle. The fewer clicks you use to guess the more stars you get, advancing you faster through the game. After each completed book, you search around the wizard's tower through cluttered rooms that appear as standard hidden object puzzles. The game is based upon identifying objects. There are several special challenge puzzles like scrambled mosaics that become more organized, zoom-outs, abstracts and untwisting of the pictures to bring the objects into focus. Misspellings and synonyms for the objects work too, which is pretty impressive and keeps the game moving quickly, as you don't get stuck having to be too exact. Then you must go look for HO's in many rooms in his castle. You get to select up to three potions for each book. The game has a high tolerance for how you enter your guesses in the book puzzles. Perhaps you'll have better luck than I did. Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. The mini challenges do a good job of breaking up the repetitiveness of the sketchbook puzzles. Very slow moving, uninteresting visuals.

12 thoughts on “The Wizards Pen

  1. You must make the correct guess before the candle is snuffed out! Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. The graphics, art and sound were all quite good.

  2. It's a shame this one didn't grab me because it is an original concept. Then you must go look for HO's in many rooms in his castle. For instance, if the object is sunglasses, and you write glasses, your answer will be accepted. You get to select up to three potions for each book. You start with a blank page.

  3. Say the object is to be a telephone. Especially if you don't know the names for the items that you can't see to begin with! Things can get a little tricky when you are trying to figure out what's missing in a location, because the word clues provided can be cryptic.

  4. You might need a hint or two in these sections. As you advance, you will unlock magic spell potions that are used as different types of hints to help you through the books, like the power of perception which will let you see much larger blocks of the pages, or a crystal ball spell that will reveal a jumbled vision of the next few images you have to guess. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. There are many books to get through, each with its own hidden theme.

  5. The graphics, art and sound were all quite good. Perhaps you'll have better luck than I did. Mouse over each potion to read what it does. The number of chances you get on each page of the book is indicated by the burning candle. It can be a bit repetitive, and in particular it would have been good to have more locations for finding objects.

  6. You must make the correct guess before the candle is snuffed out! You get to select up to three potions for each book. Some of the clues have clever multiple meanings as well. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. Your main task is to go through the Wizard's books, filled with blank pages and, with as few strokes of the magic pen as possible, guess the image that starts to materialize.

  7. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. All that said, a nice game especially for two or more. Say the object is to be a telephone.

  8. Your real task is to find the bits of the objects that are missing and magically restore objects with the wizard's pen. You must make the correct guess before the candle is snuffed out! It can be a bit repetitive, and in particular it would have been good to have more locations for finding objects.

  9. It can be a bit repetitive, and in particular it would have been good to have more locations for finding objects. The Wizard is missing and, with the help of his magical pen, you must conjure up all that is hidden to find him! There are just too many objects to find that they will be unfamiliar with for instance, a phonograph or a pitchfork. This game may feel too easy for some, but the frustration factor is low, so most of you who like the normal hidden object games will get a kick out of The Wizard's Pen. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw.

  10. Things can get a little tricky when you are trying to figure out what's missing in a location, because the word clues provided can be cryptic. I love guessing the objects. The number of chances you get on each page of the book is indicated by the burning candle. There are just too many objects to find that they will be unfamiliar with for instance, a phonograph or a pitchfork. Tap the page, and a portion of the image for instance, a part of the number pad is revealed.

  11. Especially if you don't know the names for the items that you can't see to begin with! Very simple puzzles. After each completed book, you search around the wizard's tower through cluttered rooms that appear as standard hidden object puzzles. This is fun, but probably not for children unless they're familiar with hidden object games. Mouse over each potion to read what it does.

  12. One challenge erases the previous guess, so you have to remember what you saw. You start with a blank page. For instance, if the object is sunglasses, and you write glasses, your answer will be accepted. The fewer clicks you use to guess the more stars you get, advancing you faster through the game. Tap the page, and a portion of the image for instance, a part of the number pad is revealed.

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