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Wizard’s Warehouse: The Magick of Retail

A Game by Salyh Industries, LLC

Wizard’s Warehouse is a fast-paced, immersive game for 2 to 4 players. At the start of the game each player is given a handheld barcode scanner. The group works as a team; their objective is to sell as many items as possible before time runs out.

A central TV screen depicts the window where customers appear. Each customer brings with them a shopping list (for example: 2 health potions, 1 broadsword, and some veggies). Players must search around a physical playspace for the requested items and scan their barcodes. Most items are displayed in plain sight, but a few are tucked away inside of drawers and chests. As the game progresses, the orders grow increasingly complex and tricky. The game lasts four minutes, after which the group’s final score is calculated.

The true challenge of Wizard’s Warehouse is working strategically and effectively as a team. If you have clear communication, sharp eyes, and a good memory, you may just be knighted “Employees of the Month”.

A Game by Salyh Industries, LLC
Ft. Music by Stephan “Step” Wells
Ft. Art by Forrest Imel, Lakay, Hamulos, and Piotr Siedlecki
Playtesting Group: Ryan S., Michael R., Wyatt B., Lucas K., Kain S., Kelsea B., Nigel R., Scotty H.

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