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Wizard101 (W101)
KingsIsle Entertainment | Play Now
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 09/02/08)  | Pub:KingsIsle Entertainment
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:$09.95
System Req: PC Mac | ESRB:E10+Out of date info? Let us know!

Wizard101 News

Latest Headlines for Wizard101

  • January Producer's Letter

    The latest edition of the Wizard101 Producer's Letter has been posted by Leah "Professor Falmea" Ruben. In it, Ruben takes a look at the year that was and gives a small peek at the future. Ruben also reveals the results of the 'Favorite Update' poll that devs ran with the community.

    Reported on Jan 05, 2011
  • UK Beta Begins

    The KingsIsle team and Gameforge have announced that the beta phase of Wizard101 has launched in the United Kingdom! Players interested in signing on for the beta need to visit the game's official UK site. Gameforge and KingsIsle have plans to localize Wizard101 specifically for the European market.

    Reported on Dec 15, 2010
  • Gardening Now Live

    KingsIsle and the Wizard101 team have announced that the new gardening system is now in place on all live servers. In addition, a new plant, The Giving Tree, has been added to the Crown Shop with an altruistic feature. For each sale, KingsIsle will donate the net proceeds, evenly divided, to two Texas organizations devoted to helping children: the Austin Children's Shelter located in Austin, Texas, and Children's Medical Center at Legacy, a pediatric hospital located in Plano, Texas.

    Reported on Dec 13, 2010
  • Hoe Hoe Hoe for Gardening!

    In a recent conversation with KingsIsle's Fred Howard, News Editor Suzie Ford had the opportunity to learn about the brand new Gardening system that is now live on the public test server. Gardening will doubtless arrive on live servers during the holiday season 2010. Howard and the KingsIsle team revealed a lot of exciting new information so be sure to check out the article and comment below.

    Reported on Nov 30, 2010
  • Mini-Games Hit the Web

    Wizard101 players now have the chance to play their favorite mini-games on the Net with the chance to win in-game swag, game codes and gold just for doing so. The site,, has officially launched with mini games Dueling Diego, Sorcery Stones and Doodle Dug. Fans can also download mobile ringtones, coloring pages for the kids and desktop backgrounds. There's even a link to a Wizard Blox game for iOS devices.

    Reported on Nov 08, 2010
  • Epic Bundle Cards Shipped

    KingsIsle has announced that the Epic Bundle Game Cards have shipped to GameStop stores around North America. These new prepaid game cards are $39.00 but offer players a host of in-game premium items and gives players a month of free game time or 5,000 Crowns.

    Reported on Nov 05, 2010
  • Celestia May Arrive Oct. 27th

    According to a short and sweet post on the official Wizard101 expansion page, players are being encouraged to head to the public test realm to try out Celestia in the next 24 hours. According to the post, "if all goes well", the expansion may finally arrive on all servers as early as Wednesday, October 27th.

    Reported on Oct 26, 2010
  • Catching Up's Carolyn Koh recently had the opportunity to catch up with Wizard101 developers from KingsIsle Studios. After speaking with KingsIsle personnel, Carolyn has a terrific look at what's been happening in Wizard101 since its debut in 2008. Find out what's new and let us know what you think on our forums.

    Reported on Oct 13, 2010
  • Celestia Arrives on Test Server

    KingsIsle has announced that the upcoming Celestia expansion has arrived on the Wizard 101 public test server. Players who have defeated Malistaire and who have reached level 48 can check out the new content which raises the level cap to 60 and includes a host of new spells. Celestia takes players underwater to adventure in what KingsIsle calls 'the most ambitious content expansion since launch'.

    Reported on Oct 12, 2010
  • Celestia & Hallowe'en

    KingsIsle has announced that two big events are coming to Wizard101 this month: The annual Hallowe'en event and the launch of the high level world, Celestia. With Celestia's launch, the level cap will rise to 60 with new spells and content. Players can get a sneak peek at the underwater world through the Selena Gomez quest already in the game. Celestia will arrive on the PTS soon and Hallowe'en will begin soon!

    Reported on Oct 04, 2010
  • Gaming Goes Mainstream

    If there has been any doubt in anyone's mind about the power of gaming, look no further than KingsIsle's announcement that it is partnering up with Disney star and recording artist Selena Gomez for an in game promotion. In his latest column,'s Garrett Fuller takes a look at how gaming has truly gone mainstream.

    Reported on Sep 08, 2010
  • Celebrating Two Great Years

    KingsIsle is preparing to celebrate its second birthday with the launch of the new zone called Celestia. Celestia is set to launch a bit later this fall and a new quest will show up this month to get players prepared. Celestia will raise the level cap and introduce new spells and head under the sea for adventure.

    Reported on Sep 02, 2010
  • Headed to Europe

    Wizard101 developer KingsIsle has announced a new partnership with GameForge. Under the agreement, GameForge will publish Wizard101 in Europe in late 2010. As it currently stands, Wizard101 boasts over ten million registered users so the move to bring the game to a larger international audience can only boost those numbers even higher.

    Reported on Aug 25, 2010
  • New Producer & Celestia Info

    Wizard101 has a new producer in the form of Leah "Dalia Falmea" Ruben. Ruben has been around the KingsIsle clan since 2007 as an associate producer but is now taking on the reins of Wizard101. Ruben has written her first producer's letter and leaked out a bit of information about the upcoming expansion, Celestia. Read on!

    Reported on Aug 06, 2010
  • J. Todd Coleman Interview

    Wizard101 is one of the most popular family-friendly MMOs on the internet today.'s Eric Barnett had the chance to sit down with KingsIsle Vice President and Creative Director J. Todd Coleman. Among other things, Coleman talks about his transformation from Shadowbane to the family side with Wizard101.

    Reported on Jul 06, 2010
  • Using Wands to Create Magic's Eric Barnett has spent some time playing Wizard101. Going in, Eric was less than impressed with the idea of the game. But after a few weeks of gaming, he's been forced to eat 'humble pie'. Find out why!

    Reported on Jul 02, 2010
  • Advanced Pet System and the Seventh World.

    The team over at Wizard 101 has released the details of their next two major content updates in 2010, the Advanced Pet System and the Seventh World.

    Reported on Mar 25, 2010
  • Players Raise $126,000 for Children's Charity

    From December 14th, 2009 through January 5th, 2010 players have been able to purchase a "Meowmodon" mount in Wizard 101, with developer KingIsle promising to donate 100% of the proceeds to two children's charities, namely the Austin Children's Center and Child's Play. Today, we've learned that the Wizard101 community were able to raise $126,000 through the duration of the charity promotion period. At $15 a pop, that works out to 8,400 Meowmodons sold!

    Reported on Jan 12, 2010
  • Best Family Game of 2009

    The editorial staff here at has made their decisions, and today we continue to unveil the winners of the 2009 awards by naming our Best Family MMO of 2009.

    Reported on Jan 07, 2010
  • From Shadowbane to Wizard 101, Part Two

    KingsIsle Entertainment's Josef Hall writes this developer journal continuing his series that compares Shadowbane, his last project and Wizard 101, his current project. While there are many differences between the two, there are also similarities.

    Reported on Nov 17, 2009