Master of Illusion teaches users how to perform magic and card tricks, then acts as an assistant as they perform for others. Once users learn how to secretly read the enclosed cards, they'll become master magicians in no time. MOI puts an entire magic show in the palm of your hand. There are step-by-step tutorials on more than 20 different tricks, allowing budding magicians to master the nuances of performance long before show time. Tricks use all facets of the Nintendo DS: magicians will draw faces that speak the name of the audience's card, or audibly instruct a dog to fetch a selected item. There are also several solitaire games for downtime between performances. Many of the tricks are auto-performing, so users will be wowed long before they learn how it's done. Once they do, they can hand the DS off and watch others be amazed as well.
- Only a small percentage of the tricks are open at the beginning of the game. As users practice and master tricks, more and more will open
- Barbara and a host of guest magicians who teach/perform tricks
- The backs of the enclosed cards can be read by a magician in the know, and many tricks rely on mastery of the technique. Not only that, but several tricks require knowing audio commands to guide the DS