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Known for its collectible card and board game business, Cryptozoic Entertainment put its latest creation, a free-to-play digital collectible card game called HEX, up on Kickstarter with an initial goal of $300,000.

As of today, with 17 days delegated go in the full fund raising time period, the job has amassed over $970,000. That’s a respectable pledge amount right there.

HEX is being billed as a massively multiplayer online (MMO) trading card game for Mac and COMPUTER, with the deep strategic game play of a collectible card game mashed up with the social and roleplaying elements of an MMO, all on your Mac, with dungeons, missions, outline, advanced AI, and-of course-beautifully shown card decks to collect, acquisition, and use to claim dominion over your challengers.

The folks at Cryptozoic learn about trading card games, and they are bringing all that experience in the genre to a free-to-play digital game, with both the deep core strategy that veterans of games like Magic: The Gathering and Cryptozoic’s own World Of Warcraft Trading Card Game expect from a new offering and a tutorial system and approachability for new players to both the category in addition to this certain game.

In addition, you’ll get to create your very own heroic character with statistics that’ll impact the card gameplay, as well as a strong player vs. environment experience like something out of World of Warcraft (WoW). In truth, among the initial WoW designers, Kevin Jordan, is the lead for the MMO elements of HEX. Wow! MMO vets will value things like dungeons, raids, loot, neighborhood guilds, auction residences, and so forth.

To discover more about HEX: Fragments of Fate, head on over to the Kickstarter page to get all the information, see the Kickstarter video, and the like. It’s just a $10 pledge to get access to the beta, and a $20 pledge will get you that, plus some starter and booster decks to play in the final release of the game. While the HEX job has reached numerous of its stretch goals already, like a deck editor, extra game boards, and a crafting system, there are still more stretch goals to go. If you like collectible card games, this appears like a wonderful means to play one from a company that truly understands what it’s doing.