Mystic Emporium

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Quick reflexes needed for magic shop time-management sim.

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Tutorials explain what to do each time something new is introduced. Controls are responsive and straightforward. There are easy and hard difficulty levels, and the game's difficulty ramps up over time.

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A link from the main menu leads to other games to purchase, as well as a prompt to rate the game in the iTunes App Store.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Mystic Emporium is a fast-paced time management sim about running a magic shop. Players serve potions and magical artifacts to a variety of fantasy-themed customers such as witches, vampires, and ogres, and spend money earned on upgrades for the shop. The game has 24 levels in story mode plus match-3 mini-games and an unlockable Frenzy mode. An HD version is available for the iPad.

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Is it any good?

MYSTIC EMPORIUM is a solid time management simulation game with the kind of fast-paced gameplay that requires quick reflexes rather than careful planning. The action gets quite hectic, even in the easier of the two difficulty levels. The graphics are nice, with new upgrades and customers introduced steadily throughout story mode. The music quickly gets repetitive, but players can listen to their own music instead by tapping a button on the main menu.

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For kids who love simulation games

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