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was good, now loses to Evilibrium
I loved this game, but in a long time they haven’t brought in any critical features or updates and keep doing same stuff again and again. So I switched to Evilibrium – it’s new, more visual and balanced, and they keep rolling out new updates with lots of new features almost every week
Alise in hell on Jan 10, 2014 for version 1.1.0
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Really needs multiplayer
Great game but needs multiplayer. if it had multiplayer it might be a great hit
savoi maxwell on Feb 1, 2013 for version 1.1.0
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Not bad
But the game cheats. I've had attacks that failed and can never figure out why. There have been several different occasions where an enemy should have been destroyed and wasn't, severely changing the outcome. In addition, you can't browse the cards you don't own to see if there was a reason your attack failed.
Got bored on Jan 5, 2013 for version 1.1.0
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Mtg?
Great rip off of magic the gathering. Needs pvp.
Justanutt on Aug 24, 2012 for version 1.1.0
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Mtg!
Ya it's like mtg, and that's Awsome ! It's also free!! A couple of cards such as scout ahead don't seem to work properly And it sometimes crashes when I go to edit my decks Still mtg on iPod is Awsome Suggested changes Be able to save your decks in the editor( pain to change every card evey time) Online play(fun to play humans) Ps anyone know how to unlock the last 2 enimeys ??? Been at it forever
Gjjcffn on May 3, 2012 for version 1.1.0
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Good but glitchy
This game plays like mtg except for moving ur card. It's not a bad game but there are some cards that has glitches like holy day and mass extinction.
Rigger_red on Apr 1, 2012 for version 1.1.0
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Primal Magic The Gathering
First off, it is a rip off of Magic The Gathering, but that is not a bad thing. While not as complex as MTG, it does have a new battle method, introducing a "board" element rather than simply a front line like MTG. This makes for interesting techniques with speed and mobility. If you like MTG or collectible card games, there is something here for you. Also, it is not necessary to purchase more cards, but it probably becomes desirable. At the start, it is perfectly playable without purchase. Don't be scared off by the in app purchases. Also, there is an excellent set of tutorials. Notes to the developers: Please introduce character customization. The granted character, or hero, for the player is bizarrely out of place and looks ridiculous paired against dinosaurs. There are obviously artists on the dev team making dinosaurs, spiders, and other beasties, so why not give the player the ability to create a customized creature avatar for themselves, marketing toward an evolutionary battle, survival of the fittest species. There is a bug with selecting a card, then canceling the action, it will often erase or inappropriately use the selected card. It is too easy to accidentally skip a move or attack. Please allow for the player to select and read all cards on the field, not simply the ones about to be played. Great potential here!
Profitable Pillaging! Be a Viking! on Mar 16, 2012 for version 1.0.0
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Fun, but unoriginal
Plays too much like Magic. The only difference is that there is a movement phase, which I feel would be difficult to do with physical cards without a playmat.
Inatspong on Mar 9, 2012 for version 1.0.0
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Buggy and underwhelming
I've had numerous problems with cards simply not working when used. Resources spent, card disappears, no effect. The game seems poorly-balanced at the beginning. The starting enemies have much stronger decks than you do, making victory mostly a matter of trying repeatedly until the opponent fails to draw any of their power cards for an entire game. And the rewards for winning are also pretty pitiful. On top of that, it's basically just house rules for using Magic: the Gathering cards. There's nothing here that couldn't be done with your own physical cards.
Everyl in Japan on Feb 2, 2012 for version 1.0.0
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You want to tap your screen all the time ?
Nice game. You could have call it Magic the Gathering "bad" version. Too much easy.
A must have ! on Jan 31, 2012 for version 1.0.0
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