x Cast is a game about casting spells that let you interact with the world around you.
The game’s developers are also working on a series of augmented reality apps, but for now, they’re focusing on the iOS platform.
That’s where we find ourselves right now, as we’re still in the early days of the game’s development.
x Cast has a cast of 3D characters that can be cast to perform specific spells, like casting a fireball or casting a water spell.
Players can also summon other castable characters that you can interact with.
We were able to test the app on our iPhone and iPad.
Cast doesn’t offer a lot of depth to its gameplay, and we haven’t had much time to play with the game in action.
However, the experience is fairly intuitive, and it’s a fun way to spend your time.
The app lets you create a character and cast spells at the same time, and the game will automatically generate a character for you based on your previous casting choices.
The casting experience is similar to what we’ve seen in other AR games, but the games cast system makes it very easy to learn how to cast a spell.
x Project 21, which has a similar premise, is a VR app that lets you navigate through the virtual world.
You’ll be able to use the virtual environment to interact with other players and cast your spells, as well as perform actions like summoning other players.
The cast system is a bit simpler than Project 21’s, but Project 21 has a lot more depth to it than x Cast does.
It’s a good game, but there are still a few limitations that will make casting more difficult than you’d expect.
For one thing, Project 21 does not have an in-app purchase option.
You have to download the app manually, and there are no refunds.
The team at x Cast says that they’re planning to launch a free update that will add in-game purchases.
Project 21 is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
xCast is a good first step in the direction of more immersive augmented reality experiences, but it doesn’t go far enough to take the game to the next level.
x The cast feature is not only limited to the mobile platform, but is also limited to certain regions.
Project 22, the next game in the series, is currently only available in the US, but x Cast offers a way to cast in more countries.
x x Project 22 has a focus on magic, and casting spells will help you navigate the game, rather than just casting spells on other players or enemies.
Project 20 is a very different experience.
Cast will allow you to cast spells on a limited number of objects in the game world, but you can’t use them as projectiles.
Instead, the spell will hit multiple targets.
Cast also doesn’t have an option to purchase spells in-story, and is instead limited to using the cast feature on certain objects in certain locations.
x We tested the cast system on our iOS device and were able at first to cast some spells.
The experience is pretty intuitive, but casting is a little more of a learning curve than we’re used to. x It was difficult to figure out how to get a casting spell off of the screen while using the in-screen cast option, and a casting menu that didn’t actually have an active casting option was frustrating.
The spell casting interface isn’t the best in-depth interface for casting, but at least it’s easy to see what spells you have in your spell book.
x Casting is a much more immersive experience when you can see your character and interact with them.
Casting the fireball and casting a magic circle is both fun and challenging, and using the spell circle to cast fireballs is fun and engaging.
x Even with a limited casting system, casting a spell feels like casting.
The fact that casting spells is a fun, engaging experience that can also be done while using your phone makes casting a good option for when you’re on a tight budget.
xx x x xxx xx Project 22 is available on both the iPhone and Android. x