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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 383d ago | article

Chromancer is Bringing TCGs into the Digital Era

"There’s never an easy way to break into a market that is dominated by an almost monolithic force that has been on top for over a decade. Yet that is exactly what the team at The Started Hare is attempting to do with Chromancer. Magic the Gathering may be the trading card game (TCG), but its market share of the digital space, while large, doesn’t have the overwhelming power that the physical version does. Chromancer not only wants a piece of that pie, but wants to change the way we think about digital TCGs." - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein (Chromancer, PC)

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