Date Added:Mar. 20, 2002
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Warning: Download.com's version is old and does not have some of the more recent sets. Click on the publisher's name to go to their site so you can download the newest version.
As to the good stuff: It lists all the Magic cards, what they do, their casting cost, and lets you search for them. Plus, it's free! What's NOT to like about that?
Some users have complained about how it wouldn't install. Well, let's see...it's a MAC product? Let me see if I have this right. They're complaining that a product that's made for Macintosh doesn't work on something other than Macintosh? Uh, hello? Seems like a silly reason to complain about a product. Might as well buy a GameCube game and complain about how it doesn't work on your Playstation2.
Although I certainly can't blame the person who made this for this, what a card does is only listed as its original printing, not its current errata. This can make some of the older cards a bit confusing. Also, the cards do not have their flavor texts, which is somewhat disappointing, as the flavor texts can often be entertaining. Still, these are small problems, and it is still a high-quality product.
There is no exe or install file. bah!
This is an excellent program. It's continually supported by its designer, who has recently added picture support to it. It's stable and useful to the extreme.
To all you fools who keep posting negative comments about this because you can't get it to work on your windows:
You are all fools. It's MacOS ONLY.
Good program. D/L it if you play M:TG and run a MAC.
No Mac-using MTG player should be without this. I don't know about other peoples' problems, but this downloaded, installed and operates flawlessly. Highly recommended.
Although its lack of a deck play-tester/list randomizer (featured in earlier releases of LoTD) does in part hinder its functionality, this application performs a great service for the Mac using TCG player. Props to Kirk Hedden, you rock!
Ok, it runs on OSX, really stable. You can search by name, or ability. Sort by color, type, set, and rarity. You can upgrade the lists, if you figure out how to use microsoft word. I fail to see a down point, unless you don't play trading-card games, but that would be like an Alaskin giving a bad review to a string bikini! And of coarse there's no
*.exe file, IT'S A MAC APP, NO WINDOZERS!
Cant install it
IT was cool, for what it does, even though i was expecting some graphics, its way cool to create decks of card you know you have!!
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|Publisher web site||http://www.cs.utk.edu/~hedden/|
|Release Date||March 20, 2002|
|Date Added||March 20, 2002|
|Subcategory||Games Utilities & Editors|
|Additional Requirements||Mac OSX|
|Downloads Last Week||1|