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- Challenge rival students to become the best in class
- An innovative card game of tile-linking wizardry for 2-4 players
- Game design by industry superstars Eric Lang & Kevin Wilson
- Outthink and outmaneuver your opponents
- Elegantly simple and quick-to-learn
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Challenge rival students to become the best in class in Arcane Academy, an innovative card game of tile-linking wizardry for 2-4 players that pits young spellcasters against one another in a duel for honor and prestige. Arcane Academy game design by industry superstars Eric Lang (A Game of Thrones, Star Wars: The Card Game, Quarriors) and Kevin Wilson (Descent, Arkham Horror and Android) in their first-ever design collaboration! Forge potent magic items and wield wickedly powerful elemental energies to outthink and outmaneuver your opponents in this elegantly simple and quick-to-learn card game that will appeal to families and experienced players alike!.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's not Bang and it's not Twilight Imperium, it's a 30-45 minute game that depends on the speed of the players involved. The one thing that makes this game lengthy are the combos that you can create in your turns by linking actions. It's like a crazy episode of Yu-Gi-Oh in that, by the last turn, you can basically take ten turns in one if you play it right.
Simple, fun, but I'm worried it will get boring too soon because the deck is small and once you're familiar with all the spells and items... that's it. Still, it was a fun game.