I’m a little late in posting about the latest free game of the month from Invisible City, but it’s just as well — I’d hate for it to get lost in the sea of GenCon posts. Magic Spell casts players as students of magic attempting to learn spells as quickly as possible. Spells are represented by cards with words on them, and letter tiles are drawn to construct the spells. Once spells have been constructed, they can be cast to cause special effects in the game. This one pulls together elements from a lot of different games, and it looks like it should have something to please several different kinds of gamer; as usual with this series of games, you have little to lose by giving it a shot — the price is right, as always.
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