January 25, 2011 by USA Post
Magicka, Paradox Interactive has announced that Magicka, an action-adventure game based on Norse mythology, will be published online Jan. 25 and box retail in the EU / USA February 15. Developed by Game Studios Arrowhead, Magicka equipped with an innovative and dynamic caster with more than a million possible combinations, 13 different levels, up to four players co-op in all game modes, as well as a solo option. A new video interview is now on-site mirroring.
Magicka is a play action-adventure being developed by Arrowhead Game Studios. The concept of Magicka comes to life in 2008 as a submission to the awards the game Swedish, Sweden’s largest game development competition. The game was viewed in 2D, but has since been remade in 3D and uses a technology far more advanced.
In Magick, the player takes the role of an assistant to a decadent old order, using a complex game mechanics allow players in real time, dynamic elements combine to create the Magicks spells or more powerful to exploit the weaknesses of their enemies. The game features 15 levels in 9 different environments, giving players a huge replayability Magicks to unlock, weapons and levels of difficulty can not find the first time.
All game modes are available with up to 4-player co-op.
Magicka is an action adventure where the player takes the role of an assistant to a decadent old order, using a complex game mechanics allow players in real time, dynamically combine different elements to create spells or Magicks the more powerful to exploit the weaknesses of their enemies.
Innovative and dynamic system of spellcasting more than a million possible combinations
Up to four players co-op option in all game modes, and a single player
Blast your way through 13 different levels in the countryside
Explore a vast universe of adventure to defeat the sorcerers evilest
Check out the parody and satire of a world of fantasy cliché
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