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DescriptionThis online version of the popular trading card game 'Magic: The Gathering' offers exactly that: an internet community for playing the game online and trading virtual instances of cards.
There are no monthly fees for playing as one only pays for new packs of cards and can play with or trade them at one's discretion.
Many popular modes of play are supported such as constructed, limited or booster draft which one can play on casual basis (head to head or multiyplayer) or at official tournaments.
The single most important feature is that every rule is properly handled by the program, so one can be 100 percent sure of the way a duel is resolved. This makes the game enjoyable for unexperienced players as well as veterans.
An interactive tutorial is available along with a trial mode free of charge.
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The Press Says
|Svenska PC Gamer||Aug, 2002||87 out of 100||87|
|GameSpy||Jul 18, 2002||79 out of 100||79|
|GameSpot||Jul 02, 2002||7.8 out of 10||78|
|PC Gamer||Sep, 2002||78 out of 100||78|
|IGN||Jul 03, 2002||7.5 out of 10||75|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Oct, 2002||40|
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- Computer Gaming World
- April 2003 (Issue #225) – Guilty Pleasure of the Year
Related Web Sites
- Magic: The Gathering Online - Wikipedia -- information about the game in the open encyclopedia
- MTGOnline.com -- Official Website
Wimp (75) added Magic: The Gathering Online (Windows) on Jun 30, 2003
Original Magic Game Design:
Bill Rose (lead designer), Randy Buehler Jr. (lead developer), Charlie Onlino, Elaine Chase, Michael Donais, Mike Elliott, Richard Garfield, Robert Gutschera, William Jockusch, Mark Rosewater, Brian Schneider, Henry Stern, Worth Wollpert, Teeuwynn Woodruff, Paul Barclay (contributed), Brady Dommermuth (contributed)Wizards R&D Representaion: