Developed by Diffusion Games

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Added on March 29th, 2009.

Our Review

A turn-based card game along the lines of Magic: The Gathering with a Sci-Fi twist. Very well presented, and features a single player campaign that is a bit on the short side plus a series of challenges once you finish that.

Our Rating: 3.5 / 5

Official Description

Mytheria is a sci-fi card game, where you battle your opponents, win challenges, and build your own decks.


Click with the mouse, and follow the in-game tutorial.

Thanks for playing! Now check out Guild of Dungeoneering, a game I'm making where you build the dungeon instead of controlling the hero! \o/

~ 3 comments so far ~

  1. Jernej

    August 18, 2009 @ 6:04 pm


    Seriously, summoning sickness has a purpose, it is there so that there is at least a semblance of strategy while playing. And why cant I play INSTANTs on an opponents turn. Its fucking stupid. Without these two simple and very basic requirements this simply becomes a game of luck and who starts first.

    There is no reason for the computer to have so much more life than me at the beggining if its not for the fact that the game is simply so incredibly unbalanced and the ai is so stupid that it wasnt neccesary.

    Implement goddamn summoning sickness and make it possible so Ill be able to cast spells on an oponents turn.

    I mean God Fucking Dammit. This is just fucking stupid.

    These are the only two MAJOR obsticles you face, other than that I really like this game.

    One more thing is to balance the way you use mana.

  2. WTH

    January 15, 2010 @ 6:07 am

    It's an enjoyable game. Jernej even says so at the end of his rant, if you can get through the parts where he sticks his head up his rectum and talks shit.

    Seriously dude. Mellow.

  3. A Fan

    October 28, 2010 @ 11:41 pm

    I found this enjoyable as well.

    Got to agree about Jernej. Your points could be better taken if you didn't have to rant. As soon as you do that you can't be taken seriously. You just show ignorance.

    Reality – this is not MtG. This is against AI. Are there some flaws in AI? Of course, its not perfect. Given a little time its fairly easy to predict what the AI will do and find ways to beat it (eg, a red-white deck with nothing but 'soldiers' can beat most of the challenges). But still a very fun game.

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