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Spectromancer cards are divided into four elements: Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. There are twelve cards in each element, numbered 1 through 12 based on their casting cost. In addition, there are six "houses" of magic: Holy, Death, Illusion, Control, Mechanics, and Chaos. Each house has eight cards, also numbered 1 through 8 based on casting cost.

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Srrrzzzlly, the best version was on Kongregate, and the site of the guy who ported the full Flash version of it. Had almost all the features and it was FREE.

But since Flash is sort of dead, your best bet is to just buy the original PC game from the dev's site.

However I haven't tried the plugin that Kong is now using for Flash, so maybe the best version is still playable on Kong(or the port's dev's flash site).

Pretty Good

Graphic- 9/10
Gameplay- 8/10

Movement of cursor can be pretty slow (good thing game play is turn based). Well written & great graphics. This trail version came out last year. Not sure if the full version is still available (as the link to their website doesn't seem to work). Was seriously considering forking over the $20 bucks because the game is addicting.


i enjoy playing this game a lot but its just the same thing over and over, can you add more cards and like a deck customise tool? that would make it awesome :)

Good game!

Has some minor annoyances, but overall good job. 4/5 and 8 stars. I think that demo takes a bit too much off the game.

On the other hand...

What I don't get is why some people cannot accept that flash games are evolving and that sponsorships/ads cannot pay for enough to make a really good game. Flash has good capabilities already, coders are also capable of writing good, fast engines, but - great, content filled games will never be free and we won't see this kind of games being made if everyone blams any game that tries to sell a portion of itself.


I love the concept, as I would love a game similar to Yu-Gi-Oh but is online. Unfortunately, your execution came out poorly. What really makes this game suck is the lack of control for your deck; it is just too random. There are many other concepts that should be fixed, such as some of the cards are too powerful.

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3.10 / 5.00

Oct 15, 2009
6:36 PM EDT