Do you love collectible card games like Magic: The Gathering? Do you love strategy games like Risk and Carcassonne? If so, we've discovered an iOS game that perfectly blends these two into an incredibly deep and challenging gameplay experience called Summoner Wars. Show More Summary
The weird hive-mind creatures known as slivers are returning for Magic: the Gathering's summer core set, M14. But they seem... different. Read more...
For a long time, Wizards of the Coast would not release anything official on iOS, even though the biggest collectible card game -- Magic: The Gathering -- seemed perfect for Apple's touchscreen platforms. Then, last year, we finally got Magic 2013 on the iPad, and now Wizards of the Coast is preparing Magic 2014. Show More Summary
It seems like the longer you play Magic: The Gathering, the more massive your collection of cards inevitably grows, and the greater the urge is to somehow digitize it all becomes. Whether it's because you've got tens of thousands of dollars of cards you want record of for insurance purposes, a neurotic need to catalog [...]
Earlier this morning Wizards of the Coast started dropping hints about clicking, cracks and snaps, a Moggling game, and a mysterious pulse. Punching these each into Gatherer reveals, you guessed it, some classic slivers. It wasn't soon...Show More Summary
Making your own deck is one of the finest parts of playing Magic: The Gathering, but sadly we haven't been able to do this in the Duels of the Planeswalkers video games. This year's installment, Magic 2014, will finally introduce deck construction, in a way, with a digital version of sealed deck. Show More Summary
This is a shot of the Pokemon card themed birthday party invitations Redditor jerrikag made for her son Logan's 6th birthday. Pretty clever. So clever I sent out Magic: The Gathering themed invites for my party this year. I'm not sure if my idiot friends can't read or what, but I haven't gotten a single RSVP back yet. Show More Summary
So here we are, roughly three months after the release of Gatecrash, ready to descend upon our local game stores for the Magic: The Gathering Dragon's Maze Prerelease event this weekend. Events will be going on both Saturday and Sunday.If you're looking to get in on this action, you can check your local listings.
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Wizards of the Coast recently announced the biannual update to the banned and restricted list for organized Magic: The Gathering play. While no changes were made to Standard, Legacy, or Extended, there was one big change each for Modern and Vintage: Second Sunrise got the banhammer in Modern, and Regrowth is now unrestricted in Vintage. Show More Summary
One thing that Magic: The Gathering will never have would be spacewalkers, never mind that they are full of planeswalkers and the like. Well, there is a 59-year-old Russian cosmonaut who has now broken all records of sorts, as he isShow More Summary
Amy Demicco may not be the best Magic: The Gathering player, but her passion for the competitive card game cannot be denied.
The art on Magic: The Gathering cards is some of the best you'll see on the planet. No, seriously, over the last few years it's gotten really good. Read more...
Lending their names to a good cause, celebrities of all kinds gathered together to attend the City Harvest 19th Annual An Evening Of Practical Magic in New York City on Tuesday (April 16). Making a stunning entrance, Chrissy Teigen and...Show More Summary
At this year's Penny Arcade PAX convention, Wizards of the Coast, makers of the Magic: The Gathering Card game, set up an awesome interactive installation at their booth that let wannabe wizards live out one of their many, many fantasies: blasting imaginary fireballs. More »
This is the interactive fireball-throwing wall that Wizards of the Coast (who, for the record, make way better games than Wizards of the Midwest) had on display at PAX East to hype Magic: The Gathering. It uses Kinect motion-tracking and "real time physics and spacial sound effects" to make wanna-be sorcerers feel like they're shooting fireballs. Show More Summary
Might & Magic mimics Magic: The Gathering, Flash Gordon blasts some asteroids and Pac-Man's on sale in today's ASU.
This is self-proclaimed 'Destroyer of Cards' Amy Demicco at the PAX East convention in Boston sporting the dress, helmet and axe she made from 800 cut up Magic: The Gathering cards. Now before you go off complaining about how could somebody...Show More Summary
Well, this is a bit weird — I’m not really sure who got this first, or how it all came together, because the posts are bit like, ‘I think it’s a derivative of Magic: The Gathering…’ And then another person said, ‘it actually is Magic: The Gathering. I’m here to tell you that Monday’s ScribbleTaku was Magic: The Gathering. So well done to everyone who sort of got it! More »
A new partnership between mobile game publisher Playdek and Wizards of the Coast, famed creator of Magic: The Gathering and other tabletop games will bring Dungeons & Dragons to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch later this year. Playdek...Show More Summary