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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Magic, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
97% 46,814 votes
99% 2,251 votes
97% 4,845 votes
93% 13,428 votes
97% 837 votes
95% 1,114 votes
96% 684 votes
94% 1,823 votes
94% 1,160 votes
90% 11,819 votes
89% 32,477 votes
89% 9,035 votes
90% 3,043 votes
99% 105 votes
87% 30,243 votes
97% 172 votes
90% 2,573 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Magic is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Magic, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Fantasy 69%
  2. Adventure 49%
  3. Singleplayer 47%
  4. 2D 44%
  5. RPG 42%
  6. Action 41%
  7. Casual 36%
  8. Indie 32%
  9. Colorful 29%
  10. 3D 26%
  11. Cute 24%
  12. Strategy 24%
  13. Pixel Graphics 23%
  14. Story Rich 23%
  15. Atmospheric 22%
  16. Exploration 22%
  17. Medieval 22%
  18. Action-Adventure 18%
  19. Anime 18%
  20. Puzzle 17%
  21. Action RPG 16%
  22. Dark Fantasy 15%
  23. Combat 15%
  24. Female Protagonist 15%
  25. Top-Down 15%

The Magic tag refers to a genre or theme in video games that encompasses magic and supernatural elements as central aspects of the gameplay, narrative, or setting. Games with this tag typically involve the use of magical powers, spells, or abilities by the player character or other non-player characters.

In games with a strong focus on magic, players often assume the role of a mage, wizard, sorcerer, or some other magical being. These characters are capable of harnessing mystical energies to manipulate the world around them. Magic can take various forms in these games and may encompass elemental control (such as fire, ice, or lightning), telekinetic powers, illusions, healing abilities, necromancy (the ability to raise and control the dead), and much more.

The presence of magic in these games allows for unique gameplay mechanics and strategic options. Players may have access to a wide array of spells or abilities that they can use creatively during combat, puzzlesolving instances or exploration challenges. Some games even offer players the opportunity to customize their magical abilities through skill trees or spellcasting systems.

Examples of well-known games with strong magic themes include:

  • The Elder Scrolls series These expansive open-world RPGs like Skyrim give players access to a vast array of spells spanning different schools like destruction (offensive magic), restoration (healing), conjuration (summoning creatures) which allows customization based on preferred playstyles.
  • Dragon Age series This franchise presents players with rich fantasy worlds where mages play crucial roles within their respective societies. Magic is an essential element both in battle and during dialogues throughout the games.
  • Magicka This cooperative action-adventure game leans heavily on magic, allowing players to combine different elemental spells to create powerful and often chaotic effects. Hilarity often ensues when trying to coordinate spells with friends.

The presence of the "Magic" tag in a game suggests that players can expect a gameplay experience where mystical forces play a prominent role, granting them supernatural abilities and immersing them in a fantastical world. It often leads to a sense of wonder and discovery as players unleash their magical prowess against foes or use it creatively for various other purposes.

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