Mystic Inn ?
GETTING EXPERT NOT ALWAYS SO EASY
Has 50 levels of crisply dressed witches. There are bonus rounds during which you concoct various portions to freeze time, make you faster or triple magic. If you get to another bonus round, you will loose any excess potions you have (you can have a maximum of 3).
Besides entertaining customers waiting to be seated and serving current patrons, you have to serve "to-go" orders from an owl and beat off a thieving dragon. I like that you can serve customers at the bar - unfortunately, it's only 4 - because you don't have to fetch the drinks.
You have a map, so you can repeat levels to get an expert score. So if you don't get expert on the first try, don't despair. There is a story involved, but it takes a back seat to the normal gameplay.
July 7, 2013
A fun game, serving drinks to witches and wizards of various types, and the dragon's so cute, always trying to get itself a drink. Storyline is all right, though it isn't exactly the best in the world.
Only disappointment I found was no way to skip the minigame, you were required to do it. I rarely used the powerup potions made in them, so didn't see the point of repeating them.
June 21, 2013
Liked the magic
enjoyable game, not a lot to it though.
October 16, 2013
I guess that I've played much worse TM games and this one is not that bad. It just got boring very quickly for me. I know, I know...all TM games are basically repetition. But, this one just didn't have a great amount of challenge. You can keep hundreds of bottles spinning at the bar so you never have to wait. There is a little mini game to play for power ups, but it seems to be the same one each time. It was good for the hour, but as far as buying it.....I think I will pass this one up.
February 13, 2012
I expected sooo much more, due to the other glowing reports bought it and just wasted my money. The story never took off really was no story. Many more great games out there but this was just too simplistic.
May 9, 2013