Magic Sword+

Magic Sword+

By NTT Solmare

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2014-05-27
  • Current Version: 1.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 8.58 MB
  • Developer: NTT Solmare
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 769 Ratings

Description

"Shall we date?: Magic Sword" is the first ever western fantasy created by shall we date series based on the legendary King Arthur. Let the Magic Sword transport you as a princess and your knights back in the Arthurian time and start your adventure romance. ===Main features=== - Play basic story for FREE: A new fantasy story based on the legendary King Arthur - Choose your favorite character: Handsome knights who will capture your heart! You can choose among the three men to begin your romance. - Multiple-endings: The choices you make will determine how each story ends. - Beautiful still graphics: Check out the beautiful artwork by the Japanese illustrator. - Decorate your own avatar: Decorate your own avatar and show your creativity! - The basic story plot is the same as the paid version "Shall we date?: Magic Sword". === Story === This story is all about, you were assigned to look after the Excalibur sword, the sword has been around for decades, passed down from generations to generations until it was stolen...by the legendary King Arthur with his mysterious behavior. You vow to get it back. Now you (player) also a fighter and three brave knights set out on a journey to get the sword back. It's a journey full of thrilling adventure, battles, humorous and not to forget romances. Experience the stunning beautiful story and the handsome knights like never before. Find out how this journey changes you. === How to buy coins === Once the tutorial is cleared, you will see a Menu button at the bottom of the page, Tap Menu > then tap Buy Coin, here you can buy Coins that can be used for all in-app items.

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Reviews

  • Maya

    2
    By •~MOMO~•
    At first when I started to play I hoped that there was no VIP kind of thing going on but there is. First of all I hate checkpoints the only way to get the swords for the dragon checkpoints are to train a lot to get gems which take’s a lot of time. The other way is to pay with money or wait to the end of a week. Once I was almost at the end of the week when I got really busy and couldn’t get in and had to restart. Second I love the artwork. That’s just some of the things that I hade to put out there.
  • My review

    5
    By Race_Fan2018
    DbBzAV5N3L I really enjoyed the game and I hope others will too
  • I had to buy the same story a second time

    1
    By Ailuron
    I’m not happy. I wanted my old stories I bought for these games, but a phone upgrade made this impossible. Buyer beware.
  • Meh

    4
    By Sehbit
    Other than Ray, I wasn’t amazed at the plot and character development (or rather lack of). Maybe it just wasn’t my taste... Though this may be impossible, I want an Arthur route. Why? Cause he’s HOT!
  • Hey

    4
    By 😶🤗
    GpaNPQSNS0 You know you wanna use it 😏
  • Loved it before, still love it now.

    4
    By Kendra Thompson
    I played this forever ago on an old iPad, and I loved it. The art was great and the story was nice. Sometimes it felt a bit forced. Over all though it was fun. I recently downloaded it again on my phone and I still love it. My ID: Lfh7WpDD5L
  • The Only Problem

    4
    By Lisathia
    So far the story has been nice. I would like to give a 5 star review. My only problem with being able to leave a 5 star review ... they make you choose between email your friends or leaving a review as part of the game play to proceed. I would rather post on Facebook or Twitter.
  • FYI

    5
    By Luna yeah
    It would be nice to date King Arthur or have an adventure with him.
  • Get a Real Book Instead

    1
    By player58z
    This is my first "Shall we date?" app and probably my last. The interface is clunky. Gameplay is shallow. The same character graphics are used over and over, just pasted onto different backgrounds. Sometimes, a character's features are replaced with a smile or frown. You get an avatar - for your account not the story. For some weird reason, your avatar is a hideous chibi that looks nothing like the story graphics. You can spend real money on trashy, outlandish outfits for the avatar in a vain attempt to make it less ugly. The company capitalizes on people feeling invested to pressure them into spending real money to keep reading. The farther a reader gets into the story, the more money or the more consecutive days of busywork are required to continue. You will either waste a lot of time to finish or will spend more than you would ever shell out for an e-book, even one with graphics. The story itself? It's like fanfiction - BAD fanfiction. The "heroine" is an empty-headed twit using grand pronouncements of "not giving up" as a substitute for action. She does nothing but ineffectually beg the men to quit arguing while she pants over a guy she barely knows. Two of the men are so obnoxious I want to slap them. Constantly. The third is so perky and cheerful he might as well be a beagle puppy. And the programming is so limited you must choose a romantic partner before reading any of the story. There's no way to reread what you've unlocked so far, but that's not much of a loss. I managed to make it to chapter 3, and so far the most exciting thing to happen was the guys arguing about a tree. Then they argued about supper. Really. Occasionally you get a dialogue choice. If you chastise your guy for acting like a jerk, it costs you "Love Meter" points. Character development? What's that? I can already tell that you can't reach the maximum "Love Meter" through dialogue choices alone. Of course you can also use real money to boost the "Love Meter" and get the super-special romantic ending. Or you could go to your local library and check out a book that's actually worth reading.
  • No One, Really?

    3
    By Tis I!
    6/10.(Don't question my rating method😶) I've tried again and again to play this game, but have yet to accomplish a character story. The art style is pretty nice for this game and the characters aren't too bad, but...the gameplay itself feels empty. It feels too forced, like trying to walk a log. Heck, even MC and the missions themselves aren't terrible (from what I've played--not much), but as I said the gameplay's just bland.

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