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Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia

Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia is an abandoned "educational" application and turn-based strategy game based on he Magic: The Gathering collectible card game. MTG: Interactive Encyclopedia was developed by Wizards of the Coast and released in 1999 for Windows XP, 98, 95. The base application contains Magic cards up to the Mercadian Masques expansion; following updates were available via internet untile the release of the Judgment set.
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Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia review

The Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia was a digital resource that catered to the needs of both newcomers and seasoned players of the iconic collectible card game. Developed as an all-encompassing guide, this interactive encyclopedia provides an extensive collection of information about the game, its mechanics, cards, and lore, making it an essential companion for any Magic enthusiast.

One of the standout features of the Interactive Encyclopedia is its user-friendly interface. The navigation is intuitive and straightforward, allowing users to effortlessly explore the vast database of cards, rules, and strategies. The well-organized layout ensures that finding specific information is a breeze, enabling players to quickly access the details they need to enhance their gameplay experience.

The integration of multimedia elements, such as card images and artwork, further enhances the Interactive Encyclopedia's appeal. The high-resolution images bring the cards to life on the screen, allowing users to appreciate the intricate details and artwork that make Magic: The Gathering visually captivating. Coupled with the lore and flavor texts, these visual elements create an immersive experience that truly captures the essence of the game.

In conclusion, the Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia was an invaluable resource for players and fans of the beloved card game. One major drawback of the Interactive Encyclopedia is its lack of sets after Judgement.

Additional info about Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia

Status: abandonware

Input: mouse, keyboard

Distributed on: cd-rom

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