Excerpt: The first thing The Magic Obelisk does is lie to you. The story it feeds you, all the junk about tree spirits and robots, has more basis in reality. You play a light spirit--a creature that looks like a butterfly drawn by a four-year-old--named Popo who must guide a tree spirit named Lukus to a...
Conclusion: Presentation-wise, The Magic Obelisk is also quite good. The characters, environments, and music all mix together nicely into what ultimately feels like a children's story book come to life.
Excerpt: is available alongside the real surprise, a 500-point puzzle/platformer from storied developer Game Arts. With Sega Saturn titles such as under its belt, this Japanese developer is welcome to drop by any time with its latest offering. But what they baked and brought over
Conclusion: Conclusion The WiiWare platform has built itself a mighty selection within the years its been available. The Magic Obelisk only adds positively to that selection, with its quirky experimentation and unique style.
Excerpt: Необычный пазл The Magic Obelisk рассказывает историю двух героев – самоуверенного духа дерева Люкуса и молчаливого духа света Попо. Первому жизненно необходимо пустить где-нибудь корни, а второму просто хочется оказать помощь своему другу.