Magic The Gathering Arena of the Planeswalkers Game English Version

The next generation of Magic combat awaits in the incredible 3-D battle arena of this Arena of the Planeswalkers game!

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The next generation of Magic combat awaits in the incredible 3-D battle arena of this Arena of the Planeswalkers game! Each of the 5 mighty Planeswalkers comes with their own unique powers and squads, so it’s up to each player to summon creatures and choose the right spells to change the game! Can you survive your opponent’s magical assault and strike back with the perfect spell to dominate the plane? Choose your Planeswalker and find out!

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Includes 5 Planeswalker figures, 30 squad figures, 6 cardboard terrain boards, three 3-hex sand tiles, two 1-hex sand tiles, 2 ruins, 4 glyphs, 30 damage markers, 20-sided die, 10 combat dice, 15 army cards, 60 spell cards, turn marker, and game guide.

Wizards of the Coast, Magic: The Gathering, Magic, their respective logos, , the Planeswalker symbol, and all character names and their distinctive likenesses are property of Wizards of the Coast LLC in the USA and other countries. ©2014 Wizards of the Coast LLC.
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• Arena of the Planeswalkers game lets players create a 3-D battle arena
• Includes figures, tiles, glyphs, dice and cards for a Magic: The Gathering battle
• Play as one of 5 Planeswalkers: Gideon, Jace, Liliana, Chandra, or Nissa
• Includes terrain boards for different battlefields and ruin pieces
• Ages 10 and up
• For 2 to 5 players.
• Does not include cards from the trading card game.

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Brand
Magic the Gathering
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
31145733
SKU
6000193402305
UPC
63050933428

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Ratings & Reviews+

Magic The Gathering Arena of the Planeswalkers Game English Version is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Game My son has taken an interest into things like this so I figured we would attempt this game. I have NO knowledge at all when it comes to this game, So therefore there was a learning curve for myself to teach my kids how to play. This game was easy to set up, pieces are phenomenal and very high quality, board is 3D and does have cardboard cut outs for ruins. The pieces all line up on the edge and you go from there. The instructions are very detailed and a little confusing but I think they were only confusing because I have no knowledge what so ever when it comes to this. Once I learned and read the instruction book it was a little easier, however I kept having to refer back to it as a reference as we made our way across the board and had battles. Overall this is a very nice game, just don't expect to get it and be able to understand how to play right away if you are new to this kind of game. Game board was easy to set up, its a puzzle piece layout, pieces are little creatures and are very detailed. I am pleased with this board game and have nothing negative to say about it at all. I received this as part of the spark reviewer program for testing and reviewing purposes. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very fun magic the gathering game This is a magic the gathering board game specifically for the planeswalkers. It is a game for 2-5 players to compete and try to outwit your opponents planeswalker. It comes with 5 very well painted planeswalker models for gameplay. Their names are Gideon, Jace Liliana, Chandra and Nissa. It is a cool 3d battle arena where you set up all your cards, models and creatures, such as dragons. Game play is simple and aged for 10+. If you are a magic fan; you should give this a try and may the best planeswalker win! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strategic Board Game If you are into the Magic The Gathering card game, then this game is for you. I admit that I’m a little out of my element with this game and had trouble remembering all of the instructions for the board game. However, as I said, if you are already familiar with the card game and can follow it, then you will be able to play this game with relative ease. It has many pieces with it, 10 dice, a 20-sided die, 30 damage markers, 6 board pieces, ruins and a play marker, 5 Planeswalkers and their many creatures, 3 army cards and 12 spell cards per Planeswalker, and other pieces that I don’t remember what they were called. The game guide is kind of detailed and, I believe, extensive. This is a 2 to 5 player game. There are 3 different battle set ups and the amount of moves that you are limited to make, provided you haven’t beat your opponent or opponents by the time that all the moves have been made. There are many options available with the spell cards, army cards and the amount of damage that the particular Planeswalker and his or her creatures can take before they are defeated. I would give this board game a thumbs up for Magic The Gathering card game players! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Magic Board game This Magic board game is for players 10 years and older, however it may be a little complicated for anybody under the age of 10. The directions are long and detailed, and a game for 3 people takes about 36 turns. Approximately 1 hour. (you can decide if that is long or not). The 17 year old had no fun trying to explain it to the younger kids ( Ages 12 and 8). You could tell the kids were struggling to comprehend the rules. After all of the confusion, they just started playing the game and decided it may be best to learn as they go. They found out it was just easier that way. Also something to note for this game, you cannot use your own Magic Cards, as this game is very different than the traditional card game. Expansions are available for the die hard fans of the board game. Giving you bigger board spaces, more cards, and more figures (creatures). Besides the initial confusion, the game overall is fun, if you can get over the fact that it is absolutely not like the traditional card game, which should not be a draw back if you have any interest in Magic the Gathering merchandise. My personal recommendation would be, give it a try and you might just be surprised how much you really enjoy it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Magical fun! There is magic in gathering to play this fun, new board game which anyone can enjoy -- whether they are already fans of the "Magic" universe or not. This is a strategy board game which arises from the world of super-popular, printed-card game, Magic: The Gathering. In both games, various wizards -- known as “Planeswalkers” -- battle their opponents by using various spells, enchanted artifacts, and summoning creatures to do their bidding. In this version of the game, no prior knowledge of the card game is required. I am really glad about this, since some of my children don't play the rather complex card game, and others are big fans. Here, they seem to be on equal territory and all enjoy playing together. This strategy board game is complex and can take hours,however, the booklet that comes with the set explains how to play in a straightforward manner. The game has an adaptable playing arena, which helps to make the game's winning strategies different each time. The boxed set is jam-packed with fun things. There are five avatars for each major Planeswalker (taken from the card game, and fun collectibles in themselves), numerous army pieces, various kinds of markers, several dice, and four playing boards covered with a hexagon grid. Each player (and Planeswalker) is represented by a different color, just like the card game, which helps simplify things. With rolls of the dice, cards offering enchantment and creature spells, my kids try to outmaneuver each other (sounds familiar) in order to be the last player standing. Our whole family is enjoying it! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun game, and expansions on the way! This is a hybrid game to bring in fans and supporters of the card game and fans of miniatures and battle games (similar to Heroscape). Simple to learn and the strategic elements make it play quite well. Games are quick to setup and playtime is very reasonable, you can play many quick skirmishes without it taking hours to complete. For those comparing it to the 15+ year old card game it is not a fair comparison. This is based on the older Heroscape system and integrates MTG's card based battling to a lighter extent. As the expansions come out I fully expect to be able to build battle decks and armies. AotPW is a fun light tactical game, with decent quality minis for the price. This is a great game for fans of the series and for those interested in the world of MTG. The first expansion with 2 additional Planeswalkers just released and hopefully even more are on the way! Also if you google or ebay search "Heroscape Terrain" you can find large lots of terrain pieces that will work and let you build your own custom battlefield!
Date published: 2016-01-10
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