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About this gameWoo is a witch in training and to be perfectly frank sheâ€™s not very good! Because of her magical failings her teachers have banned her from having a familiar of her own. Tired of being the laughing stock of the witching community, and the only witch without a faithful companion, Woo decides to take matters into her own hands. Help Woo find a friend in this short debut adventure game from Dropped Monocle Games.
This game's threads
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Short Game 2013
AGS Panel Review
"Cute and funny, with a friendly visual style. Not very challenging, but enjoyable all the same."
7 people commented on this game (newest first):
then you can download it:)
It's easy to recommend Witchy Woo because it does so many things absolutely right. Short fun plot? Check. Classic adventure stock puzzles? Check. But: Overall attention to detail, quirky voiceovers and a really stylish GUI make this defenitely better than many "first games". I had a fun time playing through Woo's little adventure and I'd really like to see more of the world. Sequel, maybe? Plz?