Groups

 

Mystics

Creatures theme

Includes wizards, shamans or other characters whose occupation delves into the mystical realm.

546
games
74
platforms

Alternate names: Wizards, Shamans, Sorcerers, Witches, Magic-users
Name variations: sorcerors

The first video game about Mystics was released in 1975.

Spiderweb Software, Electronic Arts and Melbourne House has published most of these games

Implied:
* Magic
Mystic clergy, witches, druids, sorcerers, shamans, witchdoctors, alchemists, seers, astrologists, and any other similar.

This applies regardless if the characters express having any supernatural powers because of their hobby or not.

Also note that calling someone "witch" is occasionally done only for defaming the person rather than accurately labeling them, meaning they aren't necessarily of the mystic sort.

Wielding items or having natural abilities that are magic-like do not usually count.

Parent group

NPC occupations

Child groups

Witches, Necromancers, Mystic protagonist, Warrior-Mystics, Classic wizards, Clergy, Druids

Platforms

Windows 168
Linux 101
MS-DOS 31
Mac OS X 23
Mac OS Classic 20
PS3 12
X360 12
NES 10
PS2 10
C64 9
Amiga 7
GBA 7
Tandy Coco 6
Atari ST 6
Apple II E 5
Xbox 5
Android 5
SNES 5
NEC PC9801 5
Amstrad CPC 5
ZX Spectrum 5
Internet Only 4
GameCube 4
PS 4
TRS-80 3
MSX 3
Wii 3
Mega Drive 3
BSD 3
Apple IIGS 2

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