Moxtopper 9+

Commander Life Tracker

Nice Boy LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



What’s Moxtopper? It’s an app for tracking life totals and commander damage for games of Magic: The Gathering. Once you’ve tried it, no game of Commander will feel complete without Moxtopper on your table.


• Keeps track of every player’s life total with big, bright text and easily-tappable buttons to adjust the life totals.

• The user interface is designed to be usable from all viewing directions! Just place your iPhone or iPad in the middle of your play surface and you’re good to go. Your whole play group can use it at the same time.


• We know that tracking commander damage is a *huge* pain. With Moxtopper, it couldn’t be easier. At any time a player can swipe horizontally on their play area to see how much commander damage they’ve taken from all the other players’ commanders.

• Commander damage is tracked per *commander*, so it works great with partner commanders, too!

• If you’re using partner commanders, just swipe down on your play area and press the “Commanders” button to toggle partner commander mode on or off.


• Moxtopper is optimized to work great not just for 4 player games, but also for any game of 2 to 10 — yes, ten! — players. That means it’s right at home during one-on-one games of Friday Night Magic as well as gigantic multiplayer slugfests.

• Configurable with a total of 21 possible seating arrangements so that layout of play areas on the screen always comfortably matches the way your play group likes to sit around the table.


• Customize each player’s area with awesome digital “playmats”, similarly to how you are probably rolling out full art playmats on your game table in real life.

• Comes with five free digital playmats

• Additional digital playmats can be unlocked via in-app purchases. Thanks ahead of time for supporting Moxtopper through these upgrades!

• In addition to the playmats, there are two straightforward themes in bold colors, one in a light theme and the other in a dark theme.


Just in case you didn’t already know, in the “Commander” format of Magic: the Gathering, you and your friends battle each other with legendary creatures, huge decks of crazy cards, making splashy plays until there’s only one player left standing.

What’s New

Version 2.9

• [NEW] Added a simple little "Victory" graphic that appears whenever you're the last player alive.
• [FIXED] Fixed an issue where font sizes could be stuck at a too-small size.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Shiroe the Enchanter ,

Best UI to track commander damage

As of this writing, this has the best and most intuitive UI to keep track of commander damage. The life counter works great as well.

It does not track other situations like poison or experience counters. However, after trying other apps that do track such things, all of the other apps I tried could not keep track of Commander damage well or had UI glitches. So, for now, this app wins.

Veradun the Catalyst ,


Counts commander damage separately, can be set up for 1-10 players and is really easy to use. The one 4 star review about price of custom playmats say it was 25$ but it’s only 5 now and for more of the apps mats it’s only 1. But you can just use colors or the standard mats for free and it’s just super easy and works really well.

hakcenter ,


Great looking. Simple to use. Fast and intuitive.

Surprised this app is buried in the list when it’s clearly better looking. Easier to use than the ones with pay features.

Developer Response ,

Awww, shucks. You’re too kind. :-)

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