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When I first downloaded the game I was wondering what could possibly be fun about serving drinks in an inn, regardless of how mystic it might be, but I quickly got hooked into the game and wanted to get those wizards served! The unlimited download goes for $19.95, and you can have multiple games saved at once. I would definitely recommend giving this game a try. While some may have enough once the one hour of free play is up, I know there's a bunch of casual gamers out there that would like the simple nature, yet fast paced and fun feel that is Mystic Inn.
Mystic Inn is a Diner Dash knockoff, but with a magical spin. It's fun, sure, but it's anything but a fresh concept. Another beef is the game really doesn't pick up until half-way through the second chapter (about 15 levels in); I'm by no means an expert player but it's simply too easy for too long, which may turn off seasoned gamers. Strangely, though, the game is hard to put down (perhaps it casts a spell on its players?). Overall, Mystic Inn is a very good game that should magically make a few hours disappear from your life.