Magic: ManaStrike is a card combat game based on Magic: The Gathering

Magic: ManaStrike




Netmarble has revealed Magic: ManaStrike, its first game based on the Wizards of the Coast franchise Magic: The Gathering. In development for mobile devices, it will be officially revealed during G-Star 2019 in Korea, taking place between November 14-17.

Magic: ManaStrike pits players against each other in synchronous battles with popular characters and spells from the franchise. Described as easy to play but hard to master, it could be compared to Minion Masters, as you are facing your rival and have to destroy his tower to win the match.




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Collecting cards and fighting opponents live will reward you with more cards to improve your deck, enhancing your units along the way. The exact number of cards available wasn't revealed, but you should expect a substantial amount of creatures to summon.

“Working with Wizards of the Coast on Magic: ManaStrike was great, and we are proud of the experiences we built together to bring the brand to a whole new genre of gameplay,” said Seungwon Lee, Chief Global Officer of Netmarble. “More details on Magic: ManaStrike will be shared soon. We want to assure fans our game acts as a fresh new addition to Magic: The Gathering, and we are eager to introduce what makes Magic: The Gathering special to even more players.”

“We're thrilled to partner with Netmarble to bring Magic: ManaStrike to mobile gaming fans around the world,” said Eugene Evans, VP, Business Development, Wizards of the Coast. “We were drawn by Netmarble’s reputation as a global leader in mobile games and its known passion for putting a unique twist on the genre. As a new Magic-inspired experience, Magic: ManaStrike is an action-packed way to discover the Magic multiverse, and we can’t wait to welcome new players to the community.”

Apparently, Magic: ManaStrike is already available in a few select countries, as the gameplay video below clearly shows.



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