Have you ever wanted to have a magic wand with which to make spells and to defeat your friends, obviously in play? A new Kickstarter project of those from MoveableCode is likely to turn into reality if it will receive funding from Internet users.
Incantor uses a motion-sensed wand trough, which its users can make gestures translated in virtual spells by using a smartphone. With that smartphone, you will interact by using Bluetooth and the same smartphone will display the interface with the available spells and a few other details pertaining to the player, plus a map with enemies.
The concept may seem quite complex at first, but the video below describes the entire gaming experience. Incantor creators are defining their game as a World of Warcraft reflected in reality. From our point of view, this game has more in common with Harry Potter. It integrates many elements of MMORPG and after a period you will learn more spells, you will increase your character’s level and, last but not least, you will be getting better and better in casting spells.
Currently, the game includes 13 game modes in single or multiplayer and its creators want the materialization of 10 different types of wands purchased. The many wands should relate to different classes of players with different skills and spells. The wand will cost $60 and you will be able to play the game only with the smartphone, without wand, but it certainly won’t be just as interesting.
However, it remains for yourself to see whether you will be convinced about the applicability of this game or not.
Incantor is set for release before the end of 2012.