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Wonder Worm

by Wong, Alan

Product Rating:

(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Alan Wong

Product Description

The magician asks a spectator to select a card from a small pile. The card is returned and mixed up and lay out randomly face down on the table. Next a magic worm is introduced and it starts going around searching among the cards and finally stops on top of the selected card!

Includes complete Wonder Worm prop and instruction sheet.

Wonder Worm Dimensions Approximately: 4" x 1" x 1"
Date Added: Sep 13th, 2012
MLA SKU: 50518482161fc


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Official Review

April 8th, 2013 6:13am
Reviewed by Jeff Stone

Well . . . for $25 you get a remote control worm . . .

Basic Effect:

A card is selected. Several (8 to 10) cards are spread out on the table. A toy mechanical worm is placed on the table. It starts moving all over the table and the cards and finally settles on one card and stops there. The card is shown to be the selection.


The effect is cute, funny and has a fair amount of presentational possibilities. The worm is very well made with a very strong motor, and the way it's animated it kind of looks like the worm really is looking for the card. It's funny, and I think people will enjoy the experience. The package comes with the worm, the remote control and the batteries needed.


I think the method is relatively transparent. The spectator's will likely think along these lines: "somehow the magician figured out which card was mine, and he used a remote control to stop the... [Read More]

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Official Review

October 18th, 2012 7:17pm
Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
I must confess that it used to be fun to review a ridiculous product. But today it just makes me sad and I won't belabor the reasons why you should avoid it. Here's the succinct summary of Wonder Worm:

This is a repackaged children's toy that retails for about $7. I know there's a long tradition of doing this sort of thing in magic, but ideally the reseller should add some real value by providing a complete or unique routine. Wonder Worm does not.

The toy worm, and its controller, use six hearing aid (or watch) batteries. These are more expensive than regular batteries, and you better have some spares on hand, as the included instructions warn that one set is good for only about 20 minutes of usage. You'll also need a tiny screwdriver to open the battery doors. Time to find that eyeglass repair kit in your junk drawer.

The toy is of low quality. The on/off switch on my review unit broke off the fifth time I... [Read More]

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