Press release - for immediate publication
Munich, May 26th 2011 - Whether you play a witch, a shaman, a mage or a druid, Miramagia is all about magic– and tending your own magic garden. In the latest browser game from developer Bright Future, young apprentice spell-casters learn how to raise and care for magical herbs, plants and shrubs. Useful spells get them started, so they should not neglect their magic studies in Miramagia.
The players’ main objective is to help their own residence and herb garden to grow and increase in level so they can learn even more powerful spells. Spell-casters can improve their status as part of the wider community within a settlement to compete with other settlements and apprentices. The young apprentice is aided not only by fellow apprentices in the arcane arts, but also by a baby dragon that needs their special care and attention. It will be very useful later in the game as a fully-grown dragon.
The latest enthralling versions of Miramagia in France and Italy starts on May 26th and is available in full as a free-of-charge open beta to users of all current browsers.
Miramagia builds on enchanting graphics and motivating elements such as learning useful or funny spells, training your own dragon, affecting your own settlement with real players, quests from visitors to the village, trips to big city, trading with acquisitive market folk, mysterious witches and much more. Miramagia has a lot to offer both solo and team players; the free browser game offers unprecedented enjoyment with many different possible approaches.
All players can access the open beta free to play, while developers continue to work on aditional international versions.
Genre: Garden game with role-playing elements
Developer/Publisher: Bright Future GmbH / Travian Publishing GmbH
Price: Free to play
Languages: English, German, Italian, French
About Travian Publishing GmbH:
Travian Publishing GmbH gives external developers the opportunity to sell their productions worldwide via Travian Publishing GmbH's own sales channels. Working in close partnership , they can count on a wide sales network to help provide customers all around the world with complex and multi- layered worlds of products with great game depth and long-term appeal. All game s can be played by millions of users simultaneously all over the world, without the need for time-consuming or costly downloads - the only conditions are Internet access and a Web browser . Travian Publishing GmbH is a 100 % subsidiary of Travian Games GmbH - a worldwide provider of browser-based online games based in Munich/Germany.