Fantastic Beasts™: Cases

Fantastic Beasts™: Cases

By Warner Bros.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-11-16
  • Current Version: 2.3.7914
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 288.74 MB
  • Developer: Warner Bros.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 3,645 Ratings


Fantastic Beasts™: Cases From The Wizarding World Master your magical skills as you delve into your wizarding world to investigate unexplained happenings. In an new adventure inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, enjoy all-new experiences as you discover hidden objects, interview witnesses, analyze evidence, and cast spells to uncover and protect the fantastic beasts at the center of every mysterious case. Solve All-New Magical Mysteries Clues to unlocking the secrets of your wizarding world are hiding in plain sight. Only you have the skills and talent to find the answers as you dive into the elusive world of magical creatures. You’ll cast spells, brew potions and decipher hidden clues to investigate and solve all-new mysteries. Help the Ministry of Magic The Ministry of Magic is relying on you to crack the case as one of the brightest new recruits of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures. From nifflers to unicorns, centaurs to dragons, you protect them all. Use your training to investigate beastly happenings and prove yourself as the smartest, sharpest wizard. Make Magic With Your Friends Join the magical community and unravel the secrets of your wizarding world together. See how you stack up against your fellow recruits, and lend your friends a helping hand.



  • Suggestion for beast quests

    By Sharon Denise
    I enjoyed this game. I’ve finished the story/standard gameplay and am now going through each beast quest to try and complete them all. I’d like to suggest that we be able to trade stars for potions or gems or energy or coins. The stars are no longer essential to game play and it would be nice to be able to use the ones we earn as we go back through.
  • Good but...

    By Rjr26
    This game is fun, but it would be helpful to be able to zoom in on the “find the difference” tasks for those of us playing on our phone.
  • Fun but getting very glitchy

    By hapily
    I hope that many more beasts are added when the game gets updated! I am almost finished with the beasts then I will go back to collect my missing stars. There are fifty upgrade levels, but I will not even reach 30. My fun is about to end and I don’t want it to. I just raised my stars from two to three and will go all the way to five stars if the problems ever get fixed. I am still enjoying this game, but it has not been updated in a year so glitches have set in. For instance, I recently lost a coin collection upgrade when switching devices and the in-game coins did not return to my account (not muggle money). The upgrade just mysteriously apparated away. I have also learned to only spend muggle money on energy when I am at zero energy. More often than not, the energy does not add in correctly. For instance, I could have 5 energy, buy 50, and then end up with 50 instead of 55. My friends often disappear so I can neither give them energy nor receive energy from them. I am usually on my phone and have only switched devices once to iPad and back to phone so switching devices is not the problem with friends. Almost always, the final item of any hidden picture activity does not register points; if I have a friend/hint or time bonus, that does register. Potion ingredients given in-game, as daily bonuses, and for purchase with muggle money are usually items that I don’t need, rarely the one thing that I am looking for to create another potion. I am also getting frustrated that my character is always a level or two beyond where she needs to be before earning enough coins for a previous level’s upgrade. For instance, I could be on level 25 before earning enough coins for level 23’s upgrade. It is very time consuming to save enough coins for upgrades, which brings me back to my first comment. I will rewrite this and raise my stars if the game gets updated and the update really is an improvement.
  • Newt Scamander

    By jxjjdjrurhfjjxyd
    Just what I needed a good old fashioned ministry of magic game perfect for me even though my sister hates the ministry of magic she enjoyed playing no mistrales or bugs happening just perfect just perfect I thank the creator for making this amazing game I am really good at it.
  • Great. But screen is stuck.

    By KKathlene96
    Can’t collect my daily bonus because the little hand says I need to brew a potion. Can’t brew a potion cuz my bonus screen is up. Won’t let me do anything
  • Backward reading

    By mummybutter
    I am learning to read words backwards, not as easy as one would think, but I think it is very good for the brain.....
  • No updates, so what’s the point?

    By Lil Miss Kaina
    Edited review: game hasn’t been updated in over a year, which means you can only play for a couple of months before you reach the highest case with no way to move on. Disappointing, because this was a fun app.
  • Not continuity

    By martins73
    You run out of energy to fast, and way to expensive to buy
  • Game play is soooo sloooow

    By Kirly79
    It’s a great idea for a game. The storyline is fun. But. You can only play for about 5 minutes at a time. It takes 20 energy to play a scene for 10-30 seconds and you have to repeat the same scene 4-5 times (or more) to get a star. You need stars to advance gameplay. After playing 5 times, you’re out of energy. Experience and gold are rewarded extremely low per play so it takes literally weeks to level up (I’m only level 7, case 3 after 6 weeks of playing). If the developers lowered the cost of energy per play (10?), lowered the required points per star(millions of points is crazy), and increase the exp and gold (50 gold/ 16 exp per play when it takes 1800 to level up and 6400 gold to buy an upgrade is outrageous), this would actually be a fun game that holds your interest.

    By Stephinci
    I love this game, but I’m giving it a 1 star to hopefully get the attention of the game makers to fix this bug. This is the only game I play that i cannot use my iPad Pencil because this game intermittently refuses to acknowledge my prompt. And it’s not just a problem with the pencil. It also happens just when I’m using my fingers. It’s SOOOO FRUSTRATING!!