wizard mode

wizard mode

(games)
[rogue] A special access mode of a program or system, usually password protected, that permits some users godlike privileges. Generally not used for operating systems themselves ("root mode" or "wheel mode" would be used instead). This term is often used with respect to games that have editable state.
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- Rumple, in one of his wizard mode ramblings, tells Prince Charming in the past: "Belief must come from within." Emma Swan learns this in the first game she's played with Peter Pan.
The brand-new Mac data recovery application is of intuitive and convenient user interface that users can recover deleted or lost data from multiple storage devices in two easy ways: standard and wizard mode.
The Wizard mode nicely walks you through the process of selecting your input file and choosing your encoding parameters (see Figure 1), but will prove inadequate for most users, so expect to click over to Expert mode for most operations.
Additionally, the application has a nice and smart user interface with step by step (wizard mode) to easily finish most common tasks.