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WELCOME THE CHALLENGE

YOUR GATEWAY TO MAGIC
You know the name. Now download and play the original strategy card game on your phone. Unlock powerful decks right away, earn rewards just by playing, and jump into action with a variety of game formats for players of all skill levels. There’s never been a better time to get into Magic.

Magic: The Gathering Arena supports iPhone 8 (all models), iPhone X, XR, XS, XS Max, iPhone 11 (all models), iPhone 12 (all models), iPad mini (5th Generation), iPad (8th Generation), iPad Air (3rd and 4th Generation), iPad Pro 11-inch (1st and 2nd Generation), iPad Pro 12-inch (3rd and 4th Generation) - and newer devices.

NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
New to Magic? No problem. Play the tutorial and practice against AI to learn the basics. Queue into casual matches to sharpen your skills at your own pace.


CONTEND RIGHT AWAY
Unlock 15 unique decks and discover your own playstyle. Collect daily rewards to grow your collection and build powerful decks of your own.

PLAY WITH PERSONALITY
Tell a story with your deck through Magic’s immersive lore and vibrant card art. Show off eye-popping cosmetics like avatars, card sleeves, and pets.

MORE WAYS TO HAVE FUN
Try out multiple game modes like Draft and Brawl. Special in-game events offer exciting prizes, and you could even be the next Magic pro with Esports qualifiers!


All prices inclusive of VAT.

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What’s New

Version 2021.4.0

STRIXHAVEN: SCHOOL OF MAGES
Magic goes off to college with the brand new cardset Strixhaven: School of Mages. Join one of Strixhaven’s five distinct colleges and explore Strixhaven’s vast magical library. Enrollment starts now. Which college will you choose?



5 Magic Colleges. Enroll Today!
Silverquil, Lorehold, Prismari, Witherbloom, Quandrix—each dual-color college has its own unique personality, and mechanics.


Master New Mechanics
Study up and show your opponents that knowledge is power with the new keywords Lesson/Learn. Leverage your college’s strengths with Magecraft.


Explore Strixhaven’s Library
Witness Strixhaven’s vast magical library which is said to contain archives of each spell cast in Magic. Peek at the forbidden section of the Biblioplex with the Mystical Archive cards.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

godzillawilla ,

It’s what one expects,although some minor issues ensue

Magic Arena is definitely a good game to play on PC and the idea of it being ported onto mobile devices is no easy task, and I think that for the most part the game looks and feels fine when it works as intended. As of writing the mobile version has been out for two days so hopefully by then the issues I state will be fixed. The only issues I have with Arena on mobile is that the ui is a direct copy of the PC’s version, making the screen seem much smaller than it is which can make it hard for some people to see what to press if they want to access their decks for example. Every time I boot up the game I keep getting a “asset error” when there’s nothing wrong with how stuff looks so I have to wait a bit to load into the main menus. Lastly whenever you tutor for a card or have a large board state the game becomes clunky as you can either type the card you want through a filter or search for it manually and have to use a scroll bar instead of just swiping; with large boardstates the game arranges your cards in a linear row instead of a large square like in the PC version so if you want to activate a creatures ability you swipe to scroll across your creatures which makes the game lag for a bit, and the overall size of what makes the game struggle is yet to be determined as I’ve only encountered this about two times.

IanVine ,

Exciting, but annoying.

This card game has popped up in my life multiple times and each one of those times I get SO excited! From being a little kid hanging with my uncles and their friends playing to being a pre teen and finding my cousins cards and starting a club in highschool. I’m now in my mid 20s and have since put my cards in the back of the closet (I tried teaching my wife to no luck.) Finding this game after not knowing it has been on PC for sometime is just amazing! I love the graphics, the overall play and really just the fact that I have this in my pocket!!! The only downfall is the errors. I read in another review that it was just put on in late March so hopefully in the future I can be mid game and not have to worry about being booted out. I just played a match and was kicked out 4 times, reloaded the game and luckily it put me back in the match until finally it read error and I was kicked. I just hope this gets resolved because you really do have a treasure of an app here!

P4ras ,

Must have app!

Arena is an amazing game, the game does an amazing job at explaining how magic works, game strategies, and is easy to understand in general. Many people are complaining about lag with large board states, but it is as mentioned, with large board states only. That is to be expected as the game has to keep track of both the opponent’s board state and your board state. This involves so many various mechanics that it would be expected to have lag. The only other complaint that I could possibly think of is acquirement of cards. The wildcard system makes sense, but it is highly slanted towards players who make in game purchases. I think that it should be a bit more friendly towards free to play users but I still think that is an amazing piece of software. But that most recent complaint is of course very minor and is outweighed by the fact that Arena is free, so they have to make money in some way or form to keep it going.

So in short, it does have its flaws, but what app doesn’t. I think that the developers have done an amazing job at bringing arena to mobile and don’t get enough credit.

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