The Wizard Tower is the eighth building in the game, costing 330 million cookies. Each Wizard Tower initially produces 44,000 cookies per second by summoning them. Wizard Towers can be upgraded with sugar lumps, unlocking the Grimoire minigame.
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Tests have shown increased thaumic receptivity relative to the geometric proportions of wizardly conic implements."
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Haven't you heard? The beard is the word."
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Contain interesting spells such as "Turn Water To Drool", "Grow Eyebrows On Furniture" and "Summon Politician"."
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Exotic magic involved in all things pastry-related. Hexcellent!"
School of sorcery
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."This cookie-funded academy of witchcraft is home to the 4 prestigious houses of magic : the Jocks, the Nerds, the Preps, and the Deathmunchers."
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Eldritch forces are at work behind these spells - you get the feeling you really shouldn't be messing with those. But I mean, free cookies, right?"
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."There it is; the perfected school of baking magic. From summoning chips to hexing nuts, there is not a single part of cookie-making that hasn't been improved tenfold by magic tricks."
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."Using nothing more than a fancy top hat, your wizards have found a way to simultaneously curb rabbit population and produce heaps of extra cookies for basically free! Resulting cookies may or may not be fit for vegans."
Deluxe tailored wands
Wizard towers are twice as efficient."In this age of science, most skillful wand-makers are now long gone; but thankfully - not all those wanders are lost."
The first achievement "Bewitched" is a reference to a popular American sitcom of the same name, about a witch who marries a mortal, and vows to lead a non-magical life of an ordinary house-wife
The achievement "The sourcerer's apprentice" is a reference to the 1940s film "Fantasia"
The upgrade "School of sourcery" is a refence to the Harry Potter series, written by J.K.Rowling; where "Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry" is divided into 4 houses of magic. The names for the houses in the upgrade description seem tongue-in-cheek for those in the series.
The upgrade "Cookiemancy" is the word "cookie" in front of the English suffix "mancy", which derives from Greek and means divination.
The flavor text of upgrade "Deluxe tailored wands" contains a reference to J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy series The Lord of the Rings, in which one of the main characters is introduced with a poem containing the line "not all who wander are lost."