[Sega Dreamcast] Magic The Gathering

Magic The Gathering
Full nameMagic The Gathering
File size454.3MB
Genre Card Game
Region Japan Japan
Console Sega Dreamcast (Download Emulator)

Magic: The Gathering is a great game, which was developed by Richard Garfield and published by by Wizards of the Coast. The game has been available in 1993. In 20 years of development, this game has attracted a lot of players around the world. In 2015, more than 20 million players around the world still enjoy this game and join its magical world daily. It can be said that it is the most successful card game of all time and creates a new competition for other game makers.

How to play

In the game, the rules are simple. Each player will get the same number of cards. They have two functions, including attacking and supporting. The attacking cards will drain your opponent’s defense points and defeat them while the supportive cards create a unique environment to protect your characters and increase their strength. Gamers cannot summon an offensive card until you have created an environment for it. After each player has summoned at least 1 attacking card, the battle will begin. In each turn, players can attack each other in-turn. Therefore, you have to summon more offensive cards in later rounds to increase your damage. When you consume all 20 defensive points of your opponent, you will win the battle.

Magic: The Gathering has simple rules but the player will have a long time to learn about the capabilities of the cards. In each battle, you cannot know how you or your opponent will possess capable cards. You have to create their tactics based on the cards they have. There will be no similar battles, and players have to think flexibly to win. This is also a huge highlight of the game and attracts a large number of fans.

The graphics

Despite being available for a long time, Magic: The Gathering retains the unique features of classic graphics. Characters in the card will not appear directly on the screen. Supporting, attacking and defending effects are clear. There are not too many colors. Players will easily focus on the battle. If you are a fan of card games, Magic: The Gathering will be a perfect choice.

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