A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

For the purposes of better illustrating the game mechanics and lore in Wizard of Legend, we've created a game... about the game just for the Kickstarter Campaign! The game doesn't represent the final product, but will introduce you to the world of Wizard of Legend in a fun and interactive way.

This demo takes place after the timeline of Wizard of Legend and is shown from a more modern perspective where the events of the game are now studied as an important part of history. In the Museum of Lanova's Chaos Trials exhibit, you can experience a few of the spells and challenges that will be present in Wizard of Legend.

Disclaimer: Though this demo features the gameplay and combat mechanics of Wizard of Legend, it is a completely separate experience from the game. This demo was created from a work in progress and everything is subject to change. That being said, have fun!

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
(21 total ratings)
TagsDungeon Crawler, Pixel Art, Retro, Roguelike
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Xbox controller


Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Windows 27 MB
Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Linux 40 MB
Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Mac 30 MB

Install instructions

The demo requires 32MB download to download and 235MB of free space to extract.


Log in with itch.io to leave a comment.

I bought this game on my x-box such a good game.


I have the crash message when i start the demo. Can you help me I really want to try it ;)

Thank you

Great take on a demo. Gave me all the info i needed and left me wanting more!

so excited for this!

It's fun ^^

Deleted post

How I run the Linux version?

There should be a README included with the Linux version, but here are the instructions:

1. Unzip into a folder of your choice

2. Add run permissions to file:

chmod +x MuseumOfLegend.x86

chmod +x MuseumOfLegend.x86_64 (if on a 64 bit machine)

3. Start the game by running:


./MuseumOfLegend.x86_64 (if on a 64 bit machine)

4. Here is a pastebin of dependencies based on the output of ldd:


Nice! Worked!