Spirits & Spells (Game Boy Advance)

Spirits & Spells Game Boy Advance Title screen

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Description

In Spirits and Spells the player takes the role of the two kids Alicia and Greg which visit a spooky old house with their friends. Unfortunately the Bogeyman steals the soles of their friends and turns them into stone - of course the two heroes have to get them back. So they visit the Land of Dead and have to survive a cemetery, a haunted house and the lab of a mad scientist (overall 15 stages).

The player can switch instantly (but limited because it costs crystals which can be found in the levels) between the two characters which is often needed to progress in the game: both have distinct advantages and disadvantages. Alicia is disguised as a witch, is strong with the ice element, can attack from a range and doesn't take damage from long falls. Greg on the other hand is the master of fire, is disguised as imp and has a super jump. Both have also a special attack which also cost crystals to perform. The gameplay is the usual platforming along with fighting enemies.

The main difference to the console version is that the whole game is in 2D with different level design and less puzzle elements.

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Spirits & Spells Game Boy Advance I lost my last life. Game over.
Spirits & Spells Game Boy Advance I opened the chest.
Spirits & Spells Game Boy Advance Mean looking skeleton
Spirits & Spells Game Boy Advance These hurt. Don't touch them.

Alternate Titles

  • "Mahoo no Pumpkin: Anne to Greg no daiboken" -- Japanese title
  • "Castleween" -- European title

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64 Power / big.N / N Games Feb, 2003 67 out of 100 67

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Patrick Bregger (151617) added Spirits & Spells (Game Boy Advance) on Aug 13, 2010