Welcome to Miramagia, a world full of magic, dragons, and more carrots than you can shake a wand at. In this magical take on the well loved farming simulation formula, you’ll inhabit one of 4 different classes of magic user. These classes don’t have any effect on your game play, but they will change the aesthetic of the game to fit your character. The main feature of these different classes is that they are all mages who love to do what? Grow carrots!
The game has several levels of membership regular, silver, and gold. The tutorial will let you experience the difference. Obviously at the level of gold membership you get some pretty wild bonuses, such as watering or harvesting your entire field in one click. You’ll get to experience this for a while during the tutorial which will lend you the in game money, in this case rubies, to buy a few hours of membership.
When the game opens, it parks you in front of your house in a small village. The village is inhabited by a few npcs and a small group of players. You and your fellow villagers will be able to compete in quests against each other, and against other villages to show that you have the best farming skills around and earn a nice big prize along the way. It’s easy to make some pals in the game who are willing to help out. In my first hour I’d been given several gifts by nice players who saw I might need a hand, and part of your tutorial involves making a few friends, so you know it’s going to be a social game as well.
There are quite a lot of features available as well and it’s easy to get lost in the sheer number of things to do in the game. One of the most prominent features is interacting with your dragon. Your dragon is a benevolent creature who helps you in your quests for crops. They also seem to have a penchant for racing other dragons, which can lead to quite a profit for anyone skilled enough to win. By in large Miramagia is a good game for you farming simulator enthusiasts, learning powerful new spells that you can use to prank your friends, transform yourself, enhance your skills, and of course grow your crops. Because when you get right down to it, it’s about the carrots.
If you are a fan of the farming type games, then I am fairly sure you will like this fantasy game and what have you got to lose but a few hours of time to try it?
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