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[Notable improvement]SNES Little Magic (JPN) in 43:05.08 by BrunoVisnadi.
lsnes movie (.lsmv) (date: 2017-05-21)
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Obsoletes movie #2874 (50:49.16)
Rating: 6.7 (5 votes)
- Genre: Puzzle
May is an apprentice mage at Magic School and must pass the final exam.

A puzzle game seen from a top-down perspective. The goal of each level is to open the exit by pushing a magic stone on a designated spot. May can also push objects one tile ahead without moving herself. This is often used to get the stone over water that she can't cross herself. May's other ability is to create magic bubbles. She can create bubbles in three different sizes. Bubbles will pop after a certain amount of time, depending on their size. If they pop while next to the stone or another bubble, the stone or bubble will be moved one space. Since May can create several bubbles simultaneously, it is possible, and often necessary, to create chain reactions to maneuver the stone into the desired position.

BrunoVisnadi improves the previous run by 7 minutes and 44.08 seconds, thanks to new and improved strategies in many stages.

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