Weird mechanics, full-art lands, and unusual spells make for a fun expansion.
When autumn arrives and leaves fall to the ground, Polish artist Joanna Wirazka gathers them and uses them as canvases. On these leaves, she paints elaborate and mystical landscapes of seemingly magical lands. Her night scenes and cityscapes are particularly effective as swirling forms of light and line.
If you’re having a hard time getting your tablet-addicted kids to gather around the table for a nice family game of Monopoly, a new Kickstarter for a pair of motorized dice that magically roll themselves might help tear them away from their touchscreens. Read more...
Magic: the Gathering’s ‘Arena of the Planeswalkers’ may be the best tabletop game of 2015, even if it does come with woefully poor components. When news broke that the publishers of fantasy card game Magic: The Gathering were working on a board game set in the series’ fictional universe, fans reacted with a mixture of excitement and trepidation. Show More Summary
In the arena of music criticism, one of the most common (and objectively embarrassing) phenomena is that of the listening session—that magical time when journalists gather together as one in an office or nightclub of the label’s choosing to listen to an album in advance of its release date, often plied with alcoholic beverages. Read more...
Gather 'round, children, for Batman Day is once again upon us! Yes, it's that magical day in September (or sometimes June, and probably March) when we all put the teeth of criminals beneath our pillows so that Jolly St. Batman can drive down from the North Pole and leave Batarangs for the good children and severe beatings for the bad. Show More Summary
In August, 2015, Charles and David Koch gathered their fellow billionaires and multimillionaires at a semi-annual meeting of the Koch network "to save" the country, in the words of Charles Koch. It was not exactly the same kind of meeting...Show More Summary
I'm telling you right now, if you clicked on this article for an expert opinion on all things Magic: The Gathering, you're in the wrong place. I know fuck-all about Magic! My only experience with Puzzle Quest is the five minutes I played...Show More Summary
1993 brought us Doom, The X-Files, Magic: The Gathering, Jurassic Park, and so much more.
The costumes are hanging in the closets. The "Magic: The Gathering" cards are safely tucked away in their boxes.…
Wizards of the Coast and VIZ Media have announced the January 2016 release of The Art of Magic: Zendikar – a 240-page book collecting some the best images from the popular strategy game. The book will feature full color art from some...Show More Summary
It looks like we can add Magic: The Gatehring to the list of "stuff that has a Puzzle Quest spin-off." D3 Go! and Wizards of the Coast have officially announced that the popular collectible card game will be getting it's own match-3 puzzler later this year. [Read more]
To be blunt, I've never really played Magic The Gathering to any significant degree to understand it on more than a surface "this is a collectable card game" level. But based on a demo of Magic: the Gathering - Puzzle Quest at PAX Prime 2015, it seems like fans of the long-running card game franchise
Photo: rawpixel/123RF Stock Photo What does the term "customer data" mean to you? Many tech-savvy marketers will instantly imagine a magical dashboard showing customer churn rates, pipeline velocity, lifetime customer value and the cost to acquire a customer. Show More Summary
Wizards of the Coast has partnered with D3 Go! to launch 'Magic: The Gathering - Puzzle Quest". This new game will have plenty of geeks running wild, as it will be free to download!
Fans of collectible card games and/or match-3 RPGs will be excited to hear that a new game that mixes the two ideas together is heading to the App Store this fall. From Touch Arcade: While the original Puzzle Quest and its sequel are...Show More Summary
We're living in a world where anything that's even a vaguely popular IP is getting a Puzzle Quest spinoff. (Ok, I'm exaggerating, but seriously, there are a ton of branded match-3 games in the world.) The latest to get such a treatment is the grandfather of CCGs Magic: The Gathering from Wizards of the Coast.
This isn’t the first comparison I would make, but it looks like enough other people are doing so. On Twitter in Japan, people are comparing similar poses in Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls and Magic the Gathering. Read more...
Magic: The Gathering is an American card game started in 1993. Players square up against each other using armies of fantasy monsters. It's like Pokémon mixed with Yu-Gi-Oh! but twice as complicated. Magic: The Gathering is big, really big. Show More Summary