The Magic Composer engine was developed by the Russian studio Animation Magic for their Magic Tales series of interactive books, and was later used for various educational and adventure games targeted at children, as well as for the unreleased Warcraft Adventures.
Games using this engine
Magic Composer was used for the following (released) games:
The 1999 version of Fisher-Price's Ready for School: Reading seems likely to be using composer 4.0.
Other possibilities include the 1998 version of Jump Start Kindergarten Math and the 1999 version of Jump Start Preschool.
These are script bugs present in the original:
- Sleeping Cub demo: The spoon carver animation restarts and then freezes after you've clicked on him once and waited for a bit.