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  • Video/Audio
    4 years ago
    by drunkenninja
    +16 +1

    The Mystical Universe of Magic: The Gathering

    Wizards, demons and goblins collide in the world’s first trading card game Magic: The Gathering, affectionately dubbed “cardboard crack” by its 10+ million diehard obsessives. From dank, wood-paneled basements to international big money pro tournaments, Magic continues to flourish since its phenomenal debut in 1993. VICE follows a professional Magic player who dropped out of college for a shot to be number one on the pro circuit, while two brothers wax nostalgic about the spells of old.

  • Expression
    4 years ago
    by KondoR
    +19 +1

    Revenge of the nerds? ‘Magic: The Gathering’ thief caught in elaborate trap.

    In the mythical world of “Magic: The Gathering,” a place ruled by goblins, dragons, wizards and spells, there is nothing more precious to a serious player than their “deck” — the 60 select playing cards wielded among competitors like swords in battle. A powerful deck with first-edition cards and artist autographs can take years to amass and fetch thousands of dollars. A single, signed Black Lotus card — the Holy Grail among “Magic: The Gathering” collectors...

  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    by Tangenral
    +1 +1

    Legend of the Five Rings

    Legend of the Five Rings, or L5R, is the premiere interactive Collectible Card Game. Set in the mythical land of Rokugan, inspired by feudal Asia, it puts you in the role of a prominent samurai of one of the nine Great Clans, serving your family and the Emperor in order to bring glory to the Emerald Empire.

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by eilyra
    +5 +1

    Guild of Dungeoneering: a card battler with a dungeon-building twist

    Hearthstone meets Dungeon Keeper in this curious genre mashup.

  • Unspecified
    3 years ago
    by scp440
    Unspecified
    +12 +1

    Hey could someone please give me insight on a first timers FNM deck?

    Analysis of the Deck 'RabRed' - Dragon Fodder, Frenzied Goblin, Goblin Glory Chaser, Goblin Rabblemaster, Goblin Piledriver, Hordeling Outburst, ... Would this be a pretty decent deck to start with? I have most of all these cards and I want to start doing FNM but dont want to be destroyed. Thanks!

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by jcscher
    +16 +1

    The Omar Sharif Bridge Circus

    An appraisal of one of the world's best bridge players, and a tough problem...

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by altafhssn48
    0 +1

    Q&A with The Makers of Cards and Castles - GMR

    GMReviews had a Q&A with one of the leading CCG’s Game Director Matt Siegel.Matt Siegel is The Game Director Of The successful Game Cards and Castles, which has hit over 100,000 Downloads in the Play Store.

  • Current Event
    3 years ago
    by Borska
    +44 +1

    A Day After Launch, “Exploding Kittens” Tops The App Store

    “Exploding Kittens,” the hugely successful Kickstarter-funded card game from ex-Microsofties Elan Lee and Shane Small along with The Oatmeal’s creator Matthew Inman, has now been translated into a mobile game. And that game is now exploding onto the App Store, too, having scored the #1 Paid App slot only a day after launching. The game, as you may recall, became one of Kickstarter’s most-funded projects ever, pulling in nearly $8.8 million in pledges...

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by tyronne
    +37 +1

    1880s Party Starters Had Their Own Version of Cards Against Humanity

    Here’s how to play “Peter Coddle’s Trip to New York”, a simple word game that was wildly popular in 19th century America. In the game box, there’s a story of a country rube who comes to the big city for the first time. One person is the reader; everyone else has a pile of cards, with strange little phrases on them. In your pile of cards, you might have "a horrid big spider." Or a heap of pancakes. An unmarried woman. A broken jackknife...

  • Analysis
    3 years ago
    by zyery
    +49 +1

    The Cheating Problem in Professional Bridge

    In 2010, Lotan Fisher and Ron Schwartz—Israeli bridge players in their early twenties—were members of the team that won the World Junior Teams Championship. The following year, their team won the European Youth Bridge Team Championships and they were invited to compete in a number of tournaments that included most of the world’s top players. During the next few years, they finished at or near the top in a remarkable number of those tournaments.

  • Expression
    3 years ago
    by drunkenninja
    +39 +1

    The enduring, cult appeal of 'Magic: the Gathering'

    'Magic' is dizzyingly complicated, extremely technical, and—to the layman—completely incomprehensible. The year is 1998, and I am 9. After weeks of self-conscious indecision, I have at last worked up the courage to tell Mike—my father, a real adult who knows the value of money and games involving exercise and teamwork—what Magic: the Gathering is, and why I want to play it. “Will and Rob and Brian all do,” I explain, a nervous welter of sweatpants and sweat.

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    by mtnrg
    +9 +1

    Million Dollars, But... The Game Announcement

    Introducing Million Dollars, But... The Game! The Kickstarter goes live at 12:01pm CT. Available for pre-order at http://MDBGame.com

  • Current Event
    2 years ago
    by timex
    +26 +1

    Cards Against Humanity is selling Trump-themed packs to fund Hillary Clinton's campaign

    The folks at Cards Against Humanity know a thing or two about humor – last Black Friday, instead of doing a special sale for its hilarious card game, it asked people to basically hand them cash for no reason than to say they did, then followed up with a post on how they managed to waste everyone’s money. For election season, the team is back at it again with politics-inspired decks themed after US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

  • Analysis
    2 years ago
    by baconfedora
    0 +1

    Where Did Playing Card Suits Come From? | Greektown Casino

    Like many other casino games out there, playing cards have a long and storied history spread across thousands of years and across many different continents. But before you start pulling out your notebooks and wondering if this will be on the quiz, we’re not getting into all that…today at least. We are, however, going to …

  • Analysis
    2 years ago
    by LisMan
    +6 +1

    Disunion: Killing Time

    “The temptations that will beset you will be very great...." The evil he warned of wasn’t treason or desertion or theft. It was cards. “Of all the evil practices that abound in Camp, gambling is the most pernicious and fraught with the most direful consequences.”

  • Expression
    2 years ago
    by TNY
    +15 +1

    Why Our Super Bowl Ad Failed

    Cards Against Humanity purchased a Super Bowl ad, but it was not successful. This weekend, Cards Against Humanity purchased an ad during the Super Bowl, the most-watched American television broadcast of the year, reaching 114.4 million viewers. Cards Against Humanity is known as an innovator in the games space, and we saw an opportunity to apply our unique brand of “outside the box” thinking to the old-fashioned world of Super Bowl commercials.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by geoleo
    +41 +1

    Cards Against Humanity buys plot of land on U.S./Mexico border to block border wall

    Cards Against Humanity is known for unique stunts around this time of year. In years past, in an effort to combat Black Friday, they've had people send them $5 and literally sent nothing in return. Just like they said they would. They've also mailed people poop in a box. 30,000 bought it. They've even raised $100,000 to dig a giant hole in the ground. This year, they're taking on The President.