From the minds behind Magic: The Gathering comes Magic Spellslingers, a fast-paced strategic card battler packed with heroes as unique as you. Play with fire! Command a kraken! Fight from the shadows! Choose a Spellslinger who fits your playstyle and personality.
PICK YOUR HERO. WIN YOUR WAY.
Will you bring the heat with Chandra? Steal the show with Kaya? Inspire your squad with Ajani? Choose from a diverse roster of Spellslingers, each with their own abilities, strategies, and powerful cards for you to unleash on opponents.
STEP INTO THE WORLD OF MAGIC
Spellslingers is your gateway to the world of Magic. Sharpen your skills with challenges for both first-time mages and battle-tested veterans alike. Jump into the fight at home or on the go, and slice through your competition with fast-paced matches that are easy to pick up and fun to master.
TEAM UP WITH FRIENDS
Join a team to share resources and decks with your friends, then challenge them to a friendly match. Chat, strategize, and level up your game.
STRONGER WITH EVERY PLAY
Unlock new cards and Spellslingers as you play. With plenty of strategies to perfect, new heroes to unlock, and bragging rights to earn, Spellslingers is the place to become a champion of your own league.
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This update includes several new features:
• New Spellslinger – Yanling
• Card updates & balance changes
• Various UI improvements & bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Tips For Newcomers
I have played this game for 4 months now and what makes me love it very much is that It isn’t a pay to win game. No matter the level you are there isn’t restriction to getting just any card you want. The thing people need to understand is they will NEED patience, because there is items required to craft cards. You can get up to 2-3 card packs a day just playing and doing quests. If there is cards you aren’t pulling from packs but really want, you craft them. Crafting requires being in a “clan/alliance”. You request crafting items then wait 8 hours to request again. You also get crafting items from duplicate cards, once you have two of a card type it becomes “duplicate” afterwards.
The Game is difficult at times but in the end it is based on the skill and knowledge of the opponent. They might have more experience than you or they might have a better hand than you. Just breathe, it is a game and it can make me rage but I will always come back to this game. Practice, understand your cards, get use to planeswalkers play styles. You got this.
Could use some gameplay tweaks
To view a card on the field you have to tap it but to view a card in your hand you have to long press. The method ought to be the same regardless of where the card is. (Preferably it should be long press and simply let go to stop reading the card.)Tapping the card brings up a full screen windowpane showing the card’s details and you have to press an X icon on the corner of the screen to dismiss. You have to do this each time you decide to read a card. It’s slow and excruciating. Furthermore.. to attack with creatures you have to drag each creature up then press on the button that says attack. But since this is Magic you can’t specify what you are attacking. So having to drag up is completely pointless. You ought to be able to just tap each creature you want to attack with. All in all simply trying to play Spellslingers is horrendously cumbersome and awkward and SLOW. It actually manages to be worse than the iOS version of Arena. They should have studied Eternal when designing this game, since Eternal is literally a ripoff of Magic but it plays much smoother than this. It truly blows my mind that they kept this in development for about three years and in all that time they didn’t even make up their mind on something as simple as whether we should tap or long press a card to full view it.
As a person who has been card battling for 26 years I can honestly say this is the first digital version of a card game that doesn't make me want to throw my device. Is it perfect? No, but no game is, nor will one ever be. You cant make everyone happy all the time and people are to quick to down vote for such trivial reasons. I have a few very strong Plainswalkers including Liliana and I still lose to some crazy card combos so overall I see a decent balance. If you feel like its pay to win you obviously have never played a battle card game where the whole point is to acquire cards to strengthen your deck. you can absolutely be patient and acquire them over time but only a digital game would actually give you that option because in reality if you want newer or better cards YOU BUY THEM!!!
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