Upon enrolling in high school, Tamaki Honda joins a club for making doujin games known as the SNS Club. Joined by programmer Shiina, writer Ayame, and composer Kayo, Tamaki begins working as an illustrator for the club’s next game. – My Anime List
Based on 7 review scores:
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While the stakes never rise higher than the girls meeting a deadline to sell their games, the interactions between these characters makes Magic of Stella worth watching for anyone who enjoys lighthearted anime. There’s just enough comedy to keep the proceedings from growing boring, and while only some of the characters are developed, the friendship between the girls is palatable as the main attraction of the series. It’s a show that works both as a binge and an occasional watch to cheer you up on days when you just need something light and cheery.
I’d say this show touched my heart in more places than either of the previously mentioned shows! That’s gotta be something, right?
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Stella no Mahou is one more of those animes that serve to pass the time and watch one or two episodes a day, if you have not seen while launching, otherwise, you will hardly be able to put up with such superficiality in a single plot, with A facade covering everything possible to try to make you watch until the end.
I found the story to be light and fluffy with just enough self doubt to make it interesting. The art is familier evoking a sense of fun similar to Non Non Biyori. The Characters are interesting as each reveals their personality and struggling with their own past coming to haunt them. Overall just fun.
There isn’t much magic to be found in this slice-of-life series.