Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is Pokemon GO reimagined for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Instead of capturing Pokémon, you’ll cast spells to recover “foundables,” which are recognizable magical objects, creatures, and people. After Wizards Unite ’s first full month of gameplay, the premise remains unclear, with the specifics largely left to be colored in by the player. Other than being a mirror image of Pokémon GO —set up to capitalize on Niantic’s previous success in the AR genre— Wizards Unite reads as more of an imitation than its own standalone game. But there are a few redeeming characteristics. The monotony of tossing one Pokéball after another is vaulted, calling for players to learn and execute unique spells in order to capture foundables. This may make Wizards Unite seem complex from the surface, but it’s a joy to play once you dive a bit deeper into the game’s mechanics and master the art of slinging spells. It doesn’t have the teeth to take over Pokémon GO , but it’s no slouch either. Niantic brought in nearly $10 million dollars within the game’s first month in stores. Wizards Unite is free to play and available for download in the App Store.