Magical Vacation

Magical Vacation
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Front Cover
Developer Brownie Brown
Publisher Nintendo
Designer Nobuyuki Inoue
Shinichi Kameoka
Composer Tsukasa Masuko
Platform Game Boy Advance
Release Dates JP December 7, 2001
Game Modes Single Player
Multi Player (6)
Distribution Cartridge
Sequel Magical Starsign

Magical Vacation (マジカルバケーション in Japanese) is a role-playing game (RPG) developed by Brownie Brown and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance only in Japan on December 7, 2001, and was later re-released in the same region in 2006. Japanese singer, model, and actress Mika Nakashima was featured in the television commercials for Magical Vacation. A sequel was produced for the Nintendo DS in 2006, titled Magical Starsign which was released in Europe and North America.

[edit] Plot

Once upon a time, a war raged for 3 days in the kingdom of Kovomaka. This war was kept a secret from ordinary citizens, but one man began to travel all around the country in preparation for the next battle, and several years later, the game's main character enters the magic school Will-O-Wisp at the invitation of the school's principal. The main character possessed the ability to see and interact with spirits since youth, and was ostracized because of this ability. The students of the Will-O-Wisp school are sent away to a summer school by the Valencia seaside despite warnings that several students from other schools had gone missing on the beach in the past. One afternoon, a strange monster called an Enigma appears on the beach, abducting some of the students. The hero must find the missing students and uncover the mysteries of the Enigma and war that occurred in the kingdom.

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