The Magical Toolkit For CCG Players


Do you want an easy way to track all of the cards in your collections?

Have you spent an hour searching for some cards that are needed for your new deck?

Have you ever wanted to experiment with decks containing cards you don't own yet?

Do you want to have a detailed analysis of your decks in order to improve upon them?

Do you want to create personal wish/want lists for trading with other players?

Do you want to know about current prices for your excess cards?

Do you want to test your new deck with real opponent over network?

This is but a short list of functions that you can do with Magic Workstation.


Magic Workstation is not designed for any one particular game system, but it represented a universal engine and many of popular card games supported. As such, its suitability for a particular game system is not guaranteed and limitations may be encountered. It can support and use any CCG (Collectable Card Game) or TCG (Trading Card Game). Examples are: Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh! and many more.

Magic Workstation doesn't contain any games data except tutorial game database. All game specific databases, graphics, dialogs, settings and scripted routines is a part of the data files provided for a given game system, and those data files are external to the product itself. Game Database files for particular game system must be downloaded and installed separately. Also you may create you own Game Database for your favorite CCG or realize your ideas about Best CCG in World.


Magic Workstation consist of three separated tools:

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MWSLibrary module is used for organizing, inventorying, and analyzing your card list and game collections. With this module you can easily find any card using many in-depth search criteria. You also can filter cards using a complex filtering function.

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MWSPlay module permits people to play any card game ever made over the Internet. The application itself does not enforce any card game rules. As in real life, the players must know the basic rules of the game that they are going to play. The players connect to a shared virtual desktop where they can see the actions of all the other connected players.
This virtual desktop is highly interactive players can do pretty much anything that can be done with a real deck of cards move cards around, flip them, shuffle them, deal them, etc.

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MWSHost is used for when two players cannot connect directly to eachother (ie. when both are behind firewalls).
A third party (a non-firewalled person) then runs MWShost and both players call the third party to set up a game.
Magic Workstation has it's own dedicated server for this purpose located at