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  • Magical Trouble 01 [catlocus]
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Magical Trouble 01 [catlocus]
Release Jul/11/2010
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  • Necessary Settings The application may not function unless a Japanese language pack is set properly in your PC / the System Locale is set to Japanese. For more details, please refer to [ How can I set my system locale to Japanese? ] on the Frequently Asked Questions page.


This product is a part of a serialized novel.
Included: Prologue, Chapter 1

Young Tina made a magical blunder taking herself and Takumi to a different world. Not only that, but it seems a spirit has possessed Takumi's body...

Witchcraft, Spirits, Mana... Strange days have begun filled with things thought to be words in fairytales only.

Playtime: roughly 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes
Created with NScripter

Operational Requirements

PentiumIII 1GHz or greater
256MB or greater

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1 user reviews

Well Made Visual Novel

Feb/08/2012  By Rodan_Master Top Reviewer: 11th Verified Buyer

Loved it!

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Magical Trouble 1: Strength and Weakness is part 1 in a series of Visual Novels by catlocus. In it a guy named Takumi awakens to find a girl named Tina in his room (After she is somehow warped there in the introduction). In any case I won't spoil anything but the two of them end up having an interesting "adventure" of sorts involving another world, magic, etc...

Anyways, the character art in Magical Trouble is quite good; Tina is very cute to say the least (both during normal dialogue sequences and in CGs). The music is pretty good, a little better than the normal "stock music" that is heard in most VNs I think. Moving on the story is interesting and the characters are quite good. The dialogue can be quite entertaining at times (though a little difficult if your Japanese isn't that good).
The game will probably take a little under 2 hours to read all the way through (it's only part 1 of a series though so it will continue).

Overall I'd recommend Magical Trouble to anyone looking for a good, cheap, VN.

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