Not too long ago, Microsoft acquired the popular developer team behind Minecraft, Mojang. The company is also set to launch another gaming title called Scrolls. The game was available in beta for Windows since June 2013, but it will soon make its way to public in December carrying a $4.99 price tag.
The game will launch on Windows, and also Mac and Android. The developer promises that it will offer a cross-platform multiplayer game soon, with the iPad version said to launch at a later date. There’s no exact availability date for the iPad version but we’ll definitely update you as soon as the developer gives an official date.
Scrolls is a strategy-based collectible card game where you are required to properly use your cards to destroy your opponent. There are four types of scrolls in the game, including creatures, structures, spells and enchantments, each offering its own set of abilities.Further reading: Gaming, Microsoft, Mojang, Windows