Summary: I am 21, so some of the magic tricks seem kind of silly and I have been able to figure many of them out on my own, but I still enjoy playing some of the games on here and even occasionally showing a trick to my friends and family. Nothing amazing, but solid fun.
this is a magic prop, not a game, but trick deck is great
6 March 2010
Summary: My 10 year old was going through a magic phase, and we got a new version of Masters of Illusion for $10. This is NOT a traditional video game--more like a video prop to do magic tricks with. So if you realize that, it's really a cute product.
Summary: My 10 year-old son likes to entertain us with the tricks he learned from the game. It is fun for him to do the tricks and it is fun for us to watch the tricks. The game also comes with a trick deck of cards that is worthwhile to have.
Summary: My 8 year old daughter likes magic tricks and is enjoying Magic Made Fun. Some of the tricks seem to go wrong, but since she isn't asking for help the difficultly can't be too hard. Recommended.
Summary: This game is really great when bought with the cards. You shouldn't but it without the cards because otherwise you are only able to do half the tricks. You also have to use the cards included, because they have special backs to them.
Summary: It is a bit like brain training every day you play different magic tricks to people and earn points to unlock more tricks. The tricks are separated into magic show where you can perform your tricks to people solo magic where you can watch other magicians perform and magic training to improve you...