GIF/CARD viewer for Magic: The Gathering
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|GIF/CARD viewer for Magic: The Gathering|
An application of cards of Magic: The Gathering. Able to enable or disable type of card by color, type, set, or rarity.
It contains sets from Ravnica to Lorwyn, with a split up archive of the gif files, currently 1830 of them.
- Download and extract file
- DLDI patch .nds file and copy it to the root directory of the card
- All of the actual gifs need to go in a "gifs" folder, the cards in a "card" folder and the mgdt in a "mgdt" folder and the nds file on the root. Everything should load fine if you do that. It should NOT be /gifs/gifs/, etc, pay attention as extract them.
Hold NDS sideways to view card information.
For decklist, only one of each card can be added but in the deck editor you can increase a card quantity.
At this time, only 21 different cards can be added, but this will usually be enough, 21 x 4 = 84 cards.
The deck editor is pretty self explanatory, tap on the up and down icons to increase/decrease card quantity and the x to a card chunk completely.
From the query screen press start if you have saved a decklist and it will ask you to choose one. Once selected a solitaire game will start. All that actually works at this point is the shuffle.
- Right/Left - cycles between cards taking into account the text search and any other things disabled
- A - bring up deck editor, return to query screen
- Y - save a decklist
- Start - save the deck
- Y - return to the query screen
- L - switch screens (solitaire)
- Add to deck - add a card to a decklist
- Search(query screen) - bring up the text search screen
- On/Off icon - enables or disables the text search
Solitaire: Touchscreen - drag cards around R - "taps" last touched card A - turn over the last touched card Start - leave solitaire
- Added a search by text.
- Added a deck editor. Add cards to a deck then increase/decrease card quantity, remove cards, etc.
- Added ability to save a decklist.
- Added ability to load decks into a solitaire like environment. This is in early dev. stages, but looking good.