Week In Gaming Apps: The Most Magical Gathering Ever Assembled

After years of smaller collectible card game publishers porting their decks to iOS and Android devices, enjoying a relatively Wizard-free reign, Magic: The Gathering swoops in and plucks mobile victory from their hands. On the bright side, we've got a game called Velocirapture. Velocirapture!

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    i recommend Fantasica for Android. The artwork in it is designed by Final Fantasy Art Director Hideo Minaba. It's GORGEOUS. And I recommend Rage of Bahamut. It's been downloaded at an insane rate since it was released and it's pretty fun. A great card-collecting game to have! If you're looking for good free games, you can check out this app called Applorer. it's really useful 'cos you don't have to trawl through loads of random apps to find good games to play. You can try it for free from Google Play :)

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