Fantastic Beasts™: Cases

Fantastic Beasts™: Cases

By Warner Bros.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-11-16
  • Current Version: 2.3.7914
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 288.74 MB
  • Developer: Warner Bros.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,318 Ratings

Description

Fantastic Beasts™: Cases From The Wizarding World Master your magical skills as you delve into your wizarding world to investigate unexplained happenings. In an new adventure inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, enjoy all-new experiences as you discover hidden objects, interview witnesses, analyze evidence, and cast spells to uncover and protect the fantastic beasts at the center of every mysterious case. Solve All-New Magical Mysteries Clues to unlocking the secrets of your wizarding world are hiding in plain sight. Only you have the skills and talent to find the answers as you dive into the elusive world of magical creatures. You’ll cast spells, brew potions and decipher hidden clues to investigate and solve all-new mysteries. Help the Ministry of Magic The Ministry of Magic is relying on you to crack the case as one of the brightest new recruits of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. From nifflers to unicorns, centaurs to dragons, you protect them all. Use your training to investigate beastly happenings and prove yourself as the smartest, sharpest wizard. Make Magic With Your Friends Join the magical community and unravel the secrets of your wizarding world together. See how you stack up against your fellow recruits, and lend your friends a helping hand.

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Reviews

  • This game is slow and very very boring

    1
    By I don't know about you
    This game truly needs more excitement but is just slow and boring.
  • Game On

    4
    By Girl shape
    Love the game but looking for more stories. Graphics are beautiful and it’s an entertaining game.
  • 0.1 star is more than this game deserves!

    1
    By a nickname is entered
    Do not bother installing this game, it’s such a waste of time. It’s impossible for one to move forward in this game. You’ll need 20 freaking energy units for a single play, but if you done well (which is rare) you’ll only be rewarded with 2-4 energy units. The fork This game is a disgrace to the Wizarding World, where life is easy with the help of magic. What this game trying to teach you is the disappointment of a Squib trying to live in a world where even house-elves can do magic.
  • Disappointed

    3
    By LalaRavenclaw
    I completed all 14 cases a year ago. Went ahead and deleted the app. Re-downloaded it thinking there was something new. Still no new cases. Total bummer
  • Great Idea, Awful Execution

    2
    By Bykbt
    I'm giving this 2 stars and I think I'm being generous. I'm honestly only still playing because I can't leave things unfinished. I agree with everyone else's notes about energy consumption and level advancement. I want to add that by the time you introduce "beast quests" to reduce the amount of energy required a) the level is almost done and b) why waste the energy there. Also, the dialogue is beyond ridiculous for anyone over 10 years of age.
  • Time Consuming 🤪

    5
    By Mee Miself & Eye
    I just love this kind of game. It really keeps your brain 🧠 sharp. I need all the help I can get 🤪. I can’t believe how much fun this is. I agree with the coin system and rewards though, we don’t always have the money to buy the coins. That’s not right, we’re in the middle of a game & all of a sudden you NEED to buy coins. Talk about a great time to kill a persons’ anticipation. “You’ve done a great 👍 job so far” & all of a sudden you get the greatest pop-up in the world 🌎” {It’s time to get your coins now!!!😖😡🤯”} God Luck 🤞& I hope to see you all soon, if at all possible😄.
  • Fun but difficult if not perfect vision

    3
    By hapily
    I have difficulty with all hidden pictures games, but when the text is backwards it is complete guess work. I also take more time than most people to search, so the timer is incredibly frustrating. I never find many pictures before the timer runs out. I also do not understand the coin system. I have been on level 16 for several days, but I am not near to collecting the level 15 award because of the uneven coin system. It would be wonderful if we could convert unused stars to coins at the end of each quest. Likewise, each award should require fewer coins so that we actually collect an award while we are on that level. The whole level system should go faster; I will have found all 14 beasts long before I max out the 50 levels. I cannot imagine this game holding my interest after the beast quests are complete. I suppose that I will end at level thirty-something. The story/game can be gun but does not live up to its potential.
  • The Game

    3
    By Ghvjvjvhchchcgcgcgcgchcc
    Even though I’ve never read “Fantastic Beasts”, I still decided to try out this game. Here are some of my complaints: first of all, the energy. It isn’t much of problem, since I use it up and come back after a few hours to find the energy bar full. The problem is the badges. You have to play those find-the-item games multiple times to just get one badge. And when you do, you use it to check out a clue or something and the story parts are too short. Sometimes you even have to use two badges! But the cases and the art is pretty good.
  • Way too slow

    1
    By critterkeep
    It takes nearly two days to earn stars. Energy regent too slow. I love puzzles but having to repeat over and over gets boring fast. Item lists are too small and very difficult to read. Like the concept. Just needs better action.
  • Love it, but ingredients are a pain

    4
    By Nightsong66
    I love the game, but so many of my “Beast Quests” include using potions during specific levels, and some ingredients pretty much never appear. If all the ingredients were equal in probability to appear, I would be much happier with the game.

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