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Hocus Pocus Episode 1: Time Tripping

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Platform: PC
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Hocus Pocus Episode 1: Time Tripping review

Reviewed January 14, 2004

Marc Golding says: "The Land of Lattice is overseen by the Council of Wizards, a ruling body with great power and prestige, which you'd like to be part of one day. Fueling your resolve to this end is the matter of Popopa. That's your girlfriend (as if you didn't know!), and you'd like to marry her (Hocus! I implore you to reconsider! Why risk having your powers split down the middle when things inevitably go wrong!)."
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