13 Best Apps - Games images, Games, App, Game app. Max & the Magic Marker is a physics based 2D puzzle platformer, in which the player controls the boy Max and his Magic Marker. While Max enables good old platforming fun, the marker provides the games signature feature: the ability for the player to draw directly inside the game world where everything drawn becomes physical objects. This feature is used to complete levels and overcome challenges but it also provides the player with a unique tool that in itself is fun to play around with. Max is a young boy, and like most boys he loves to draw. One day he gets a mysterious marker in the mail. There is no letter attached – only the plain orange marker. Max decides to test it right away, sits down and starts drawing. He draws a monster but as soon as he finishes the lines on the paper start moving and to Maxs great surprise the monster runs off the paper and into another drawing. Stunned Max now sees how the Monster messes around with his drawings. Max realizes that he has to stop the monster. So he draws himself on the same drawing that the monster is in and immediately finds himself inside the drawing. The game begins. 1. 15 inventive and puzzling levels 2. Unique drawing control in a truly dynamic physics environment 3. 3 beautiful worlds inspired by childrens drawings 4. Death traps, monsters, and challenging puzzles 5. Unlockable challenges, secrets and rewards 6. Original and awesome soundtrack by Analogik I got to play Max and the Magic Marker last year when I bought it at launch for Wii thanks to Wiiware (the equivalent to PSN for those that have never seen the Wii Shop Channel) and had a lot of fun with it. Really felt that my 10 had been spent on a game that delivered on all it promised. Now we find ourselves before a PSN HD version of the game (which is also available for Windows 7 Enabled Phones, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Mac and Windows PCs and will SOON be released on DS as well) and can be controlled either with the Playstation Move Controller (and youll mimics the Wii controls) or with a Dualshock 3. How does this version stack up to the original release? Lets find out! Oh, but first, be sure to go to the official Max and the Magic Marker and read on how the game started all those years ago! Were in the presence of a very colorful game that, as youve read above, presents to us an everyday scenario that can totally happen to any of us (ok, suspension of disbelief is a requirement for playing platformers. All good to go? Great. a scenario in which a Magic Marker is dropped in the hands of Max, a simple kid who only wants to have fun by drawing monsters and landscapes for his entertainment… until said monster (Mustacho) comes to life and starts to wreak havoc. It is now Max who must put a stop to him before its too late! Magic Marker Ink Spheres must be collected in all levels to full up the Marker so you can draw your way to the exit portal. Since the ink is orange, the spheres are orange and you draw orange things. Makes sense, right? You can create anything your imagination and your artistic ability can think off… as long as youve got enough ink for it! You can even push or pull said creations to better place them in the screen so you can make the best use of it so dont forget it! The bigger the structure/object/doodle the bigger effort the effort needed to move it around. The heavier the structure (lots of ink used in a small object) the easier it is to use it to kill your enemies (called Gobos) and defeat Mustacho in any of the three boss fights youll encounter during your quest. Heavier structures also help you jump high into the sky when you drop them on a seesaw (which are always conveniently placed in spots where youll definitely need them) and fly away into adventure. No seesaw around? Make your own! You can draw “live” while playing the game OR go into sketch mode and draw with everything looking like a hand drawn image done by someone not as … artistic as the ones that helped with the main graphics. Oh, and time freezes everything as well which allows you to take your time and really nail down that long staircase balanced over a circle that is held in place by a triangle. Game is easy to control and offers a lot of different ways to solve the puzzles you run across since you can easily get rid of one of your drawings by sucking back in the marker ink youve spent OR you could erase ALL your drawings to offer a fresh start. Just be careful youre not removing a platform that is keeping Max from danger or youll have to act FAST to recover! Things are easier overall with the PS Move controller since drawing feel more natural and you can do it faster than with the dual analog layout so if you own a PS Move controller (or are thinking about getting one) this game will really make good use of it. This is one of those PSN games that just LOVES to have a lot of trophies for you to unlock but in order to make it so that number is as high as possible well only be going after Bronze trophies during our hunting activities (as was the case with Hamiltons Great Adventure. The first couple of levels you tackle are small (take a minute at most to complete) and are designed like so in order to allow us to get used to the controls, physics and elements that need to be perfected before new puzzles, enemies and hazards are introduced to make things go up difficulty-wise around every turn. You might have noticed Black Ink spheres and Bright Yellow Orbs in the video or the screens above and are wondering, what do they do? They act as a way to increase replay value since youre graded on each level for the time it took you to finish the level, the total of Bright Yellow Orbs found and on finding the 1-3 Black Ink spheres. Should you be fast enough and collect everything in a level youll be awarded up to 3 golden stars and the level... which will in turn help you unlock several trophies! Just remember that all 3 golden stars have to be obtained at the same time for them to count towards your total. Max and the Magic Marker is a very fun game that all PS3 owners (and definitely those that have a PS Move Controller) must add to their collection. The colorful environments, tricky puzzles, high number of trophy-unlocking possibilities, amount of content and indie cred that this game oozes make this an easy purchase and 9. 99 well spent. And before closing this up, heres a trophy guide for all fellow trophy hunters. Enjoy! review pros=”Interesting idea Lots of ways to complete a level Collectibles dont get in the way of the fun” cons=”Could have used more levels like the last 3 before the final Boss Battle” score=91] Published by Pan Vision Developed by Press Play Cost – 9. 99 (Available in Europe right now. Launches on October 18 in the US) Disclaimer – Game was completed before writing this review and 20 trophies were obtained. – Total amount of time played: 10 hours. – This review is based on a retail copy of the PS3 version of Max and the Magic Marker: Gold Edition provided by Press Play. Want to get this game? Then you can: Buy a 20 PSN Card! Buy a 50 PSN Card.

Wands at the ready. Screenshot Clifford Colby/CNET Harry Potter and his fellow witches and wizards are in trouble in the new game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, that's similar to the wildly popular Pokemon Go. Wizards Unite pits you against dark wizards and magical beasts to save beloved characters from the Harry Potter books from the Calamity. an unexplained event scattering magical items across the Muggle, or No-Maj, world. as you walk around your real-world environment to follow the game's map on your phone. Here's how to get started playing Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the mobile game now available for download in nearly 150 countries for Android and iPhone from the creator of the wildly popular Pokemon Go. The mobile Harry Potter: Wizards Unite AR game is a combined effort from WB Games San Francisco and Niantic under the Portkey Games label. Its pedigree shows. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite builds on Pokemon Go and Ingress, also from Niantic, to offer combat situations and varied locations, such as Inns, Greenhouses and Fortresses. Now available around the world. spanning North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. the game on its first day of release took in 300, 000.   It has a strong story driving the game: As a member of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force, your task is to contain chaotic magic turning the magical and Muggle/No-Maj worlds upside down. It also loses some of the more frustrating parts of Pokemon Go, such as Gym Battles. And while it's similar to the wildly popular Pokemon Go or the upcoming Minecraft Earth, it's OK if you've never played that game because Harry Potter: Wizards Unite really feels like a new game and not a reskinned Pokemon Go. In fact, we think  Harry Potter: Wizards Unit beats Pokemon Go every way but one. Niantic's Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is out now. Niantic Labs and WB Games Ready to play? Here's how to start Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Set up Wizards Unite on your phone To get started, enter your date of birth and then sign in using your Facebook or Google credentials. Grant the game permission to use your GPS and to access your device's location. Then, fill out the volunteer registration form and   if you didn't reserve your Niantic agent or trainer name, pick a code name. Finally, make your way through the tutorial, which offers a bit of the story behind the Calamity and walks you through how to deal with a foundable, a wizarding world person or item that displaced the chaotic magic from its location to yours. Note: The game comes with assets, and depending on your connection, they may take some time to download. If you have a restrictive data plan, download everything over Wi-Fi. By tapping the wizard icon in the bottom left of your screen you can view your Ministry ID, change your name and select your Hogwarts house and wand (by registering it. Don't fret too much about your house and wand choices. you can change those later and your choice doesn't impact gameplay. (And if you don't want to choose, you can get sorted into a house instead of choosing one. You can also create your portrait and customize your look. What's on the map The game's map will feel familiar if you've played Pokemon Go or Ingress: It displays your real-life geographic location using your phone's GPS and is littered with items and structures you interact with from the phone screen. A potion ingredient and Inns near the bottom, Greenhouses in the middle, and a Fortress further back. Screenshot by Clifford Colby/CNET Items include Ingredients you can use to create potions. Some are common and others are rare, so if you're a gatherer, you'll need to manage your inventory so it doesn't fill up. It doesn't take much to hit the free cap for items you can store, so be prepared to either buy more store space or prune items as you go. Items you find can vary depending on the weather and time of day. You can check current conditions by tapping the weather icon near the top on the right. Structures include Inns, where you collect food to restore your spell energy; Greenhouses, where you can collect potion ingredients and accumulate energy to cast spells; and Fortresses, which require a Runestone to enter and where you work with up to four other players to dispel magical creatures and Death Eaters. You can set up Dark Detectors in Inns, which act like lures in Pokemon Go to attract foundables. The map also displays magical traces of the Calamity. These traces, which look a bit like a floating medallion,  point to displaced items from elsewhere in the wizarding world and come in pairs: a Foundable. Harry Potter, say. and a Confoundable. a Dementor attacking Harry. (Part of your job is to dismiss the confoundable to return the foundable back to its proper time and location. To dismiss a Confoundable, align the two sets of stars on the screen to focus on your target and then cast a spell. What about spells? Trace a spell on your phone's screen to cast it. Spells play a large role in the game. You'll spend a lot of time casting spells to overpower or dismiss the confounding magic you encounter and return the found object back to its proper place. You'll also cast spells to gather food in an Inn, when you battle an enemy in a Fortress and when you come across dark wizards on the map. To cast one, trace the hint that appears on your screen with your finger. The onscreen motions are not unlike the glyphs you trace in Ingress and can be a little tricky to learn and master because you are rewarded for your tracing speed and accuracy. The game can be a little judgy, and if your trace is not accurate enough, the game will tell you your spell is incomplete and you need to recast. You can cast both offensive and defensive spells. How to make and use potions Brew potions from ingredients you've gathered. As you walk around, you'll come across potion-making ingredients on the map. Some ingredients just appear in distinct biomes, and others only spawn during different weather conditions. You can also find potion materials in Greenhouses. Potions provide various benefits, such as healing you during a battle. Once you've gathered up enough ingredients, you can start brewing potions. Tap Potions in your Suitcase. it's at the bottom of the screen where the game stores items you collect. to get to your Potions Bench and start brewing. What you need to know about Portkeys After you collect a Portkey, walk around with it, like an egg in Pokemon Go. With a Portkey, you can travel to a room another location. To get a Portkey, look on the map for a triangular box. it's call a Portkey Portmanteau. and collect it. These act like eggs in Pokemon Go, which in that game hatch into monster critters. Walk a specified distance. 2, 5 or 10 kilometers. to unlock the Portkey, which lets you travel to a different AR environment within the game to complete a task to earn magical items. Once completed, you'll return back to where you started. How to advance and gain a profession? You level up by dismissing confoundables, doing challenges and completing tasks. When you hit level 6, you can choose a profession and train to become an Auror, Magizoologist or Professor, professions introduced in the Harry Potter books. When you hit level 6, you can choice a profession, in your Suitcase, of course. Each profession has its own role in the game and skill tree. You progress through your chosen profession and unlock abilities by earning tokens from encounters and completing challenges.  Aurors are focused on combat and excel at defending against the dark arts. Magizoologists handle magical beasts and assist teammates. Professors strike a balance between Auror and Magizoololgist professions and are solid at combat and teammate support. You can also gain ranks in specific areas by by capturing magical creatures, dealing with mysterious artefacts, discovering wonders of the wizarding world, and more. What about currency? Much like with Niantic's Ingress and Pokemon Go, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is designed to play without paying or hitting microtransaction walls. You can, however, buy supplies by spending the gold you either earn from playing or by paying real cash. You can also buy more space to store items you collect. If you're a collector, you'll hit the free cap pretty quickly in the game. Originally published June 20. Updates: June 21, 2019: Edited for clarity; June 23: Add additional countries; June 24: Edited for clarity; June 28: Edited for clarity.

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