Editors' reviewThis game is more a cards game than strategy, however it uses terminology of most strategies like resources, damage, and hitpoints. The rules of this game are very simple, and you will be able to figure them out in the first round. You and your opponent have 6 cards each. In your turn you can either use one of your cards or discard of as many as you wish. Each card will have some effect for a price of resources. Cards can inflict damage to enemy castle, increase your defense, or fasten the growth of your resources. In the allowed 20 minutes of play we got pretty bored with this game, because there are typically not more than 3 actions available at each turn and not really much depends on the player, since new cards are randomly drawn. The graphics in the game looks well, but the game lacks options, has no music, and sounds are better turned off. Card games experts may like this game, but $15 for the full version seemed too much to us.
Realms of Magic is a fantasy based card game, like Magic: The Gathering, in which the goal is to destroy your opponent's castle before he destroys you. It has hundreds of fantasy units, heroes, items, and spells to assist you in overcoming your enemies in strategic and tactical warfare. Realms of Magic can be played against either an AI or human opponent(s).