D&D's First Official iPad Game Is Lords Of Waterdeep

Wizards of the Coast has really been on top of Dungeons & Dragons' digital initiative lately. We've seen the launch of the MMO Neverwinter, the first official mobile game in DeNA's Arena of War, and now they're teaming up with card and board game masters Playdek to bring the award-winning Lords of Waterdeep to iPad. » 8/15/13 6:30pm 8/15/13 6:30pm

I Love Playing Magic: The Gathering. Just Not With Other People.

I love Magic: The Gathering. I've loved the card game since it first showed up back in the early 90s. The depth of strategy present in these bits of colored card stock is astounding, and the work Wizards of the Coast has put into building an empire based on them inspiring. I love Magic: The Gathering. I hate the people … » 7/03/13 3:00am 7/03/13 3:00am

Here's The First-Ever Official Mobile Dungeons & Dragons Game

Has there really never been an official Dungeons & Dragons mobile game? No? Well then I am sure it pleases Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War to be the first. It's coming soon to Android and iOS, and I'm not telling you where from because it'll only make some of you angry. » 5/23/13 5:00pm 5/23/13 5:00pm

Magic: The Gathering Casts a Spell on Android This Summer

Wizards of the Coast has turned Magic: The Gathering — Duels of the Planeswalkers into geek Madden, each year releasing a fresh set of cards, formulating new challenges, and unleashing them upon a card-collecting public that never stops wanting more. This year's entry reaches a little further than 2013's iOS, PC, Mac, … » 3/21/13 5:30pm 3/21/13 5:30pm

A Gateway Drug To Bring You Back to Magic: The Gathering

I, like many a reformed* geek, have many fond memories of playing Magic: The Gathering » 6/27/12 11:30am 6/27/12 11:30am in my youth. My time with the game took place entirely during middle school, when after school each day we would ride public transportation (this was a big deal!) and go sit with the high school kids in our town's public library.…

The Next Edition of Dungeons & Dragons Will Be Written By the Players

In the nearly 40 years since the release of the original edition of the Dungeons & Dragons pen-and-paper role-playing game, various publishers have released many different versions of the game, pleasing new players and alienating old ones on a fairly regular basis. Now Wizards of the Coast is working on the next edition … » 1/09/12 4:30pm 1/09/12 4:30pm