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  1. Installed Etherlords 2 again. The system is sooo attractive and I really enjoy the graphics and the music. Unfortunately, for an experienced player many fights in the campaign seem like filler where the winning strategy is pretty easy to come up with and then it's just a matter of time and sometimes luck. But other enemies can be challenging and satisfying to overcome. The setting is really likeable too. Maybe I'll beat everything before I get bored.


    Are there any other cool MTG-like games where the fights are visualized? Like, you can actually see the creatures attacking each other and stuff. I'm interested in trying more games but just looking at cards would be so boring after this.

    Can you tell me what this game is like, and what you like about it? It looks interesting and I would like to more from your point of view.


    As for MTG Like games, in a none card video game format I would advise checking Chaos Reborn. out http://store.steampowered.com/app/319050/Chaos_Reborn/

    1. Memfis


      Well, it's like a collectible card video game where you travel and get more spells in shops and from defeating enemies. Describing the fight system would be like trying to explain quantum physics, but it's sorta like a mix between Heroes 3 and MTG I guess (I never played MTG though so maybe I'm wrong here). You alter between attack and defense phases, you can spawn creatures, enhance their abilities, cast spells that affect everything, etc. It's just really enjoyable mentally when you get the hang of it. Almost every creature has some interesting trait and you have to figure out how to deal with all that, it gets quite complex at times. And it's much more fun than the first game because you don't have to worry about all the overworld bullshit that was just a hassle in my opinion. You can get it on GOG and it works on new systems (if it fails to install you can try the XP compatibility option in Windows).

    2. MrGlide


      I'll have to check it out, thank you Memfis.