Dream Reactor Has A Few Reasons For You To Play Spellweaver, And One Reason Not To

QuintLyn Bowers
By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor June 10, 2020
Share:

Dream Reactor would really like for you to play Spellweaver and they have eight reasons they believe you'll want to. Seven of these reasons -- along with one reason not to play -- are posted on the Spellweaver website. The most exciting of these for current players will be the addition of 15 new cards as well as a change in direction designed to take the game back to its roots and offer players a more interesting play experience.

The new cards being introduced will be the first of several sets that the develper plans to release this year, with a new core set being planning for 2021 making use of the best cards in the game.

Other good reasons to play the game, according to the post, is the addition of tournament leagues featuring rewards and prizes. There will also be codes for free items released every month.

The one reason given not to play is simply that Spellweaver is primarily a one-person project so the game isn't expected to become the big esports affair that others have.

As for the reason to play that's not listed on the site. It's pretty basic. Crashes on Android 10 have been fixed.

Share:
Got a news tip? Contact us directly here!

In this article: Spellweaver, Dream Reactor.

About the Author

QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

Discussion (3)

The Equestrian 1 year ago
The way the cards look on this one, it just looks like a Hearthstone clone. At least it would've been good if they made their cards like the one in Yu-Gi-Oh! and Magic The Gathering, where cards look like actual cards, not some impractical looking shapes with stat values bulging from outside of elliptical portraits.

Then I may have taken those games more seriously, for the moment I can only play YGO! and I have deep respect for MTG, but I still haven't learned to play it and I have no intention of doing so.

rickshaw 1 year ago
lol yeah, I get that too Urthemiel, card games, but, i will give any new game a shot even if its something i think is way too over done. gaming is still worth testing a few minutes of time as long as its initiation is free. lol

Urthemiel 1 year ago
I don't know about other people, but i will not waste my time on yet another card game.


You May Enjoy

Guild Wars 2 Shows Off Fishing And Skiffs

Guild Wars 2 Shows Off Fishing And Skiffs

If nautical nonsense be something you wish.

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
Rob Blackwood's Vault In Warface's Heist Update For PlayStation And Xbox

Rob Blackwood's Vault In Warface's Heist Update For PlayStation And Xbox

Switch update coming "soon."

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
An Epic Victory: Judge Rules That App Store Must Allow Devs To Link Out To Alternate Payment Methods

An Epic Victory: Judge Rules That App Store Must Allow Devs To Link Out To Alternate Payment Methods

Injunction goes into effect in December.

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
Top 5 Free to Play Weekly Stories - Squad-Based Arena Star Wars Game Has First Look! Ep 480

Top 5 Free to Play Weekly Stories - Squad-Based Arena Star Wars Game Has First Look! Ep 480

Check out the top 5 biggest stories of the week in the F2P realm (and some that aren't F2P!...

By Michael Byrne - 5 days ago
Crowfall Dev ArtCraft Confirms Layoffs

Crowfall Dev ArtCraft Confirms Layoffs

Also running cross-region Global Conflict event.

By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
Get Ready To Jam With The Bard Class In Trove’s Console Version

Get Ready To Jam With The Bard Class In Trove’s Console Version

Support and heal your party with tunes.

By QuintLyn Bowers - 4 days ago
See More
Live Giveaways