Reviews and Problems with Secret of the Magic Crystals
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Beautiful, but limited play
24 February 2014
Summary: While it's a pretty game and nice to take care of the unicorn, you can never ride. All you do is "send" him off to races and different tasks, you don't get to really do much with him like with other games. If's highly functional and there were no technical issues whatsoever though.
Summary: One does not simply play Secret of the Magic Crystals, you become the Magic Crystals. It is a rare experience not only to groom and shoe a unicorn, but also spend time nurturing a colt in to full life. All fantastical elements aside, this game is literally the best game I have ever played.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I was at first skeptical to purchase this game due to my disbelief that a game could truly capture the essence of equestrianism at its finest, but never have I been so wrong.
Summary: The story and character development are so far ahead of any other game (or work of fiction in general) that there could be no possible comparison. This is simply the greatest work of art ever created. This isn't just a game; this is an experience. 10/10 isn't possibly high enough.
Summary: I never thought I would find a game as profound as secret of the magic crystals. To anyone who thinks that gaming is not an art form, I suggest this game. Beautiful visuals, engaging storyline, and intense gameplay come together to form an experience that you'll never forget.
Summary: This game has all the scope of Skyrim, and the gameplay of Bioshock Infinite. Other pony sims have tried, but don't quite pull it off like Secret of the Magic Crystals does. Definitely worth a pickup.
Summary: This riveting game will keep you entertained for hours. With mesmerizing graphics and realistic, fantastical game play it truly is a masterpiece to behold. Let your imagination run wild with fantastic rescue missions, keep your horse happy through grooming, petting and feeding.
Summary: First there was Equus by Tim Flach, then War Horse by Michael Morpurgo and now we have Secret of the Magic Crystals the greatest artistic testament ever created for the majestic equine breed. Behold! The glory of the magic groves potions and over 700 items. Bask!