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Description

Communicate with the spirits with this amazingly effective, but simple to master, magic trick. Blow the minds of your friends and family! Simply ask somebody to choose a card from a deck, or ask them to *tell you any card that pops in their mind*. Amazingly, their card is the one being held up in an photograph from the 1800's!

From the creator of Marty's Magic Coin (over 30k sold worldwide) comes "Psypic", a new mentalism trick easy enough for beginners, but versatile enough for advanced magicians. Requires no props (except your iPhone/iPod). Can be performed anytime, anywhere!

Illusion

The performer lays an iPhone down on a table with an 1800's era family photograph displayed. A spectator chooses or thinks of any card or announces the first animal that comes to mind. The performer scrolls to the face of his great-great-grandfather Jack, zooms out, and amazingly, Jack is holding the card/animal that the spectator chose.

Simplicity

This app comes with a detailed video demonstration and discussion as well as text instructions. No sleight of hand is required! After only a few minutes of practice, you'll be fooling everybody.

This can be performed anywhere, anytime. You can use a deck of cards for show, if you like, but you absolutely do not need them.

Imagine being in bar and telling somebody you'll perform an amazing trick for them. You will use them to communicate with your dead ancestor. Have them sit quiet for a moment and announce or write down the first animal that comes to mind. Scroll the iPhone over to the picture of your ancestor who will be holding a drawing of that animal.

Note: This app does not use the camera or microphone to work, so your spectator can tell you a card, draw a card on paper, draw a card in the air with their finger, point to a card, or any other technique you want!

iOS Store Category:

Primary: Entertainment

Secondary: Family

App Store

Total Ratings

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Screenshots

Marty's Magic Psypic screenshot 1

Version History

Launched Aug 08, 2009 (over 10 years ago).
Jun 13
2018
(Current)
Version 1.5.0

Update for modern hardware

Aug 08
2009
Version 1.0.0