Magic: The Gathering - Puzzle Quest [Free] is probably my favorite of the Puzzle Quest games primarily because I love CCGs and because it lets me mess around with Magic cards. And the way the Match-3 mechanics work in this game actually makes sense in the context of Magic. Today, the game added the Eldritch Moon
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A thief made of with an unknown number of "Magic: The Gathering Cards," including a "few" of the rare Black Lotus cards. The post $15,000 Worth of Magic: The Gathering Cards Stolen From Comic Store appeared first on CBR.com.
Magic: The Gathering’s latest expansion pack has taken players to the mysterious plane of Kaladesh, a land where technology rules over magic. New cards and a new plane to explore means wonderful new card art—and we’ve got an exclusive look at a new art book collecting the art of Kaladesh. Read more...
A new game company is hoping to get exposure on the largest PC gaming digital store. Greyborn Studios is a recently created independent studio of veterans that have worked on PC classics System Shock 2 and Thief, the toys-to-life hit Skylanders, and the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Its first game, Luna and the Moonling, […]
Last week, in celebration of Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh and its new vehicle focus, we asked you to tell us your best road trip stories. The results were surprising. I expected breakdown stories, close calls and the like… I didn’t expect to FEEL THINGS. More »
Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh is now out! Kotaku and Wizards of the Coast are celebrating by sending two people to PAX Australia! That includes the flights, accommodation and tickets! More »
Peter Mohrbacher is a painter, illustrator and concept artist who has left his successful career in the gaming industry, including work for “Magic: The Gathering”, for his ongoing personal project of creating “angels”. Fascinated by his discovery of the large number of named angels in several world mythologies, he began creating “angels” based on various […]
As the Magic fans among you are no doubt aware, the new Kaladesh set is close to release. Friday September 30 is the official date. To celebrate that launch Kotaku has teamed up with Wizards of the Coast to send two people to PAX Australia! Flights, accommodation and tickets will be included. UPDATE: And entering just got easier! More »
Sean Dugas was an active participant in the community of enthusiasts devoted to the role-playing fantasy game, "Magic: The Gathering," a more violent version of "Dungeons & Dragons." The 30-year-old former reporter with the Pensacola Journal News shared a house in Pensacola with 31-year-old twins William and Christopher Cormier. Show More Summary
As the Magic fans among you are no doubt aware, the new Kaladesh set is close to release. September 30 is the official date, but there’s already pre-release taking place right now. To celebrate that launch Wizards of the Coast wants to send two people to PAX Australia. Show More Summary
Most of the planes of existence in Magic’s lore are based on the use of magic—it’s a card game about players flinging spells at each other, after all. But the plane of Kaladesh is different, because what would be accomplished by magic elsewhere is done with technology. Show More Summary
The world’s most excellent conference on hardware creation, the Hackaday SuperConference, is back. Get your tickets now for two magical days in Pasadena this November. This exclusive gathering of hackers, designers, and engineers is where brilliant people geek out with their peers. Show More Summary
Hearthstone, Blizzard’s digital collectable card game, is going through an interesting period right now. After introducing a restricted “Standard” format akin to Magic: The Gathering and other CCGs to handle its burgeoning card base in competitive ranked play, the developer is now casting its eye on the game’s other core mode, Arena. Show More Summary
Alesha, Who Smiles at Death | Art by Anastasia Ovchinnikova Wizards of the Coast, the company behind card game Magic: the Gathering, revealed last week that one of the characters in the newest set of cards is a trans woman. Say hello to Alesha, Who Smiles at Death, the game’s first canon trans character.
This past week at Geek Girl Con in Seattle, I met other women who had seen every episode of The X-Files, played every Legend of Zelda game, read every issue of Batgirl, and, sadly, who had experienced similar frustrations with harassment and gatekeeping in the geek community.
Last weekend, when I visited famed horror writer H.P. Lovecraft’s grave in Providence, Rhode Island, I found these Magic: The Gathering cards leaned against his tombstone. Presumably a tribute to the novelist, whose tombstone reads “I...Show More Summary
The new block for Magic was just recently announced, and things are looking a little bit more positive than they did in Eldritch Moon. Kaladesh is from Chandra Nalaar’s plane, and as such, is full of fire-powered, innovative contraptions. Show More Summary
After years of flirting with the classic card game, I'm finally hooked. Turns out, all it took was an online version that worked. The post Whoops, It’s 2016 and I Just Got Obsessed With Magic: The Gathering appeared first on WIRED.
Faygo, Vanilla Ice, and a whopping amount of clown love await players in Into the Echoside: The Deckbuilding Game.