The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Magic Students that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
In a casual game that has a very similar start to The Neverending Story, where an unsuspecting person obtains a magical book from a mysterious stranger, Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs hardly resembles that movie at all. The cute antique shop owner even tells Abigail that if she likes the book, she has to have a coffee date with him. Abigail agrees, and takes the book with her. Abigail starts reading the jewel-decorated tome at home after work, and next thing she knows, she’s overlooking what looks like a fairytale village and talking to a giant pink bat. This magical bat fixes Abigail’s clothes so she fits in, and tells her she has an assignment. She has been chosen to help the kingdom rebuild its reputation as place that holds the best magical fairs on the planet. This is where the building begins, and it is not easy. There are attractions, shops, and even a magic school to train the oracles and other magical people that work the fairs. Not only does she have to build the fairs attractions, she has to upgrade them, keep ogres away from destroying them, and keep the magic students happy so they will keep studying. Each new level in the game brings new assignments, and you will wonder if Abigail ever gets to keep her date, or if she even likes the books, since the silly bat keeps her so busy. Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs is a pretty fun game as a builder, but can be frustrating when trying to keep track of everything going on in the little fairground on your screen. It’s a nice diversion of a builder game, and it really keeps you alert.