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Magic Toy Chest

Play the beta and maybe get $5 off the subsequently improved release version.


Wilmington, DE -- June 20, 2008 -- Graduate Games is happy to announce that the Beta for the Magic Toy Chest is available for download. You can download and play this early version of the game completely free. Graduate Games hopes to create the best game possible, so we are actively seeking feedback and level submissions. If you take the time to make a level and submit it, you'll receive $5 off the final game and have a chance of having your level included in the final version of the game. You will also receive the $5 off coupon by submitting your constructive criticism.

Direct Download Link (20MB):


Early Gameplay Video:



The Magic Toy Chest is a physics based puzzle game where you use different toys to move your goal toys into the Toy Chest. It is inspired by classic 2D games such as "The Incredible Machine" You can learn more about the game and look at screenshots here:






We highly appreciate any feedback concerning graphics, GUI usability, gameplay etc.

Please tell us what exactly you like or dislike, which levels are interesting/fun to you and which are not. We really want to hammer down a good demo with fun levels prior to the release and hope you will help us along the way.

We will send you a $5 off coupon for the full version of the game if you give us your feedback or submit a homemade level (make sure we have your email so we can get you the coupon). Thank you so much for your time and interest.

About Graduate Games

Graduate Games was founded in 2006 by Michael Gnade and Zachary Gebelein in Wilmington, Delaware. Mike and Zak grew up next door to one another and have been friends for decades. Graduate Games aims to offer fun, creative, and polished games to the kid in all of us. Inspired by classic 2D retro games that we played on the Genesis, Nintendo, and Super NES during our youth, it is our goal to make our game ideas a reality. After all, retro games are still fun and the 2-D era of gaming rocked!


Mike Gnade

Graduate Games




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