Magic: ManaStrike Arriving To iOS And Android Devices

A new way to experience the MTG universe.
A new way to experience the MTG universe. Netmarble

If you're a fan of Magic: The Gathering and have longed for a new mobile gaming experience, then Netmarble's upcoming offering is sure to excite. Magic: ManaStrike is a mobile synchronous combat game that brings many of Magic: The Gathering's fan-favorite spells and characters, such as Chandra Nalaar and Jace Beleren, among others, to life in an all-new genre.

Magic: ManaStrike boasts being a game that is easy to play and difficult to master. It offers simple, tactical, and strategic gameplay combined with a user-friendly interface. The gameplay itself highlights customized strategies between opponents in intense Player vs. Player battles. With this game, players can experience Magic: The Gathering’s vast universe of original spells and characters displayed with amazing visuals in high-quality 3D.

Starting the game shouldn't be a challenge since players begin with a detailed tutorial This helps guide them through the early stages of the game.

In Magic: ManaStrike, players need to choose a pre-made deck of cards from one of Magic: The Gathering’s five iconic colors - White, Blue, Black, Red or Green. Players then fight against live opponents, where quick tactics and fast play reign supreme on the battlefield. As each game progresses, players collect new cards and enhance their units to suit their individual playstyles and strategies.

In a statement Netmarble Chief Global Officer Seungwon Lee said that the experience of working with Wizards of the Coast for this game was great and they were happy to work together and bring the brand to a whole new genre of gameplay. He went on to say that they are going to release more details about Magic: ManaStrike soon and "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."

Meanwhile WotC Vice-President for Business Development Eugene Evans shared that they are thrilled to partner with Netmarble and be able to bring the game to mobile gaming fans around the world. He said that they "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."

Netmarble said that they're going to give a first look at the gameplay for Magic: ManaStrike at this year’s G-Star tradeshow in Busan, South Korea on November 14 to 17.

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