I got this game recently in my quest to collect all Sega-CD games, and so far I like it. It's got great animation and seems to keep me entertained...but why in the world did the developers not include a save option! Or even a password feature?!? The game touts on the back of the box over 50 levels, six islands to explore, you can even create your own spells from items you collect in your inventory, AND the game has a world-map system similar to Popful Mail that you can go back to replay any level...but all this in a single sitting?
Maybe I just haven't played far enough into the game to save (I doubt it), but it seems that this would be quite a lot to play through without being able to save your progress!