Spoiler alert! Both TV Guide and Supermagical are four stars or better.
I'm down to crunch mode to get Raising Hell to release on Amazon and the promotional site running, so I'm keeping it short. Especially since this week's editor's choice is an upgrade of an old program
The upgrade is definitely worth the free price. This version not only keeps track of your favorite shows and channels but actually organizes them into a daily viewing guide if you wish. This saves a lot of trouble tracking items in the usual volumes of data. If you want to see if your favorite shows airing tonight are new or repeats, you can find out at the click of a button. If you want to see only tonight's lineups of your favorite channels, you can track them on a single screen with no other channel information to sort through.
If you just want to see tonight's listings for the channels you watch, you can filter out the hundreds of extraneous channels with one command. I've waited for years for this.
Supermagical adds to the match ball shoot em ups with power up fairies and wizards, totems to unlock levels, and a magical map that also unlocks puzzles. But you can only shoot balls of select colors once or twice and then you have to buy colored “candies” to shoot more. If you want to use your magical friends, you may have to buy soda pop. The game is cute and engaging, and the in-game purchases aren't as expensive as with other games. The mini-puzzles weren't that challenging.
The graphics are colorful and engaging. This should be popular with younger players and fantasy buffs. But I prefer Atlantis Sky Patrol.
You can invoke the powers of allies to destroy monsters you can't target normally in Supermagical.
Jenny Manytoes rates TV Guide and Supermagical
Jenny Manytoes would purr next to Supermagical. TV Guide is a Best Buy.
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