Monday, November 19, 2012

Exodus, The Trading Card Game



Existence Games is excited to share their flagship product, a new trading card game called Exodus. Forget everything you dislike about trading card games and hold fast to the things you love about them, because Exodus does away with the bad and retains the good. This TCG brings a whole slew of new things to the table!


Exodus is the latest and most innovative trading card game to hit the market. The Exodus Trading Card Game is a brand-new fantasy based collectible card game that is fast paced, easy-to-learn, and revolves around an evolving storyline, in addition to the “full art” that covers each card. There are currently two different starter decks available: the Dragonis Deck and the Skyborn Deck. The Dragonis Deck features terrifying dragons and dragon-type cards, while the Skyborn Deck is packed with the power of Angels. 



In the game, players take on the role of a Drifter, a powerful human being who can walk or drift through portals and into other worlds. These worlds are full of magic, challenges, and secrets that are just waiting to be revealed. Even the mysterious landscape poses a threat to the unaware traveler. 

As Drifters traverse these magical lands, they carry with them a specialized deck of cards that they use to battle other Drifters for knowledge, new cards, and dominance over the area. Creatures are summoned to the battlefield when a card is played, pulling them from another dimension or a different space in that moment in time. 



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*SPOILER ALERT
This first set of the game follows the story and birth of the planet Eeventide (Information about Eeventide hasn’t even been mentioned on the official website yet), and shows how the universe of Exodus came to exist. It will also reveal the establishment of two guilds, the Dragonis Guild and the Skyborn Guild, each of which struggle to impose their unique agendas over Eeventide. 
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Exodus is unique to the genre because of its simplicity, its insanely fast gameplay (games can literally be played in a few minutes once you’ve learned), and the fact that when new cards are added, they won’t render old cards useless. Kids as young as the age of 6 can play the game and fully comprehend it, while the older and more hardcore gamers in their 20s – 40s are shocked by their discovery at how in-depth deckbuilding and strategies can already get. Exodus is the first trading card game that truly has something for everyone and doesn’t appeal to only a small niche or group of people.

Existence Games is a small company comprised of 2 kids, a brother and sister team. These teenagers grew up playing trading card games, but found too many faults with the existing ones. In many cases, the bad things pertaining to a card game outweighed the positive, they said, and so they created Exodus. They had quickly grown tired of the complicated and unnecessary rules attached to many of the popular CCGs, and so they invented and published a game that essentially reinvents what a trading card game is. 

“You don’t have to spend a ton of money to make a good deck,” says Jake and Lexi, founders of Existence Games. “Rare cards will definitely have great effects and be a bit harder to find, but they won’t be so overpowered that old cards or common cards become bad. We’ve designed a simple game that relies on the player considering all possible combinations during battle, but also depends heavily on the luck of the draw. Drawing a new hand of 6 cards each turn can really turn the tide of a match, depending on what you drew and how you use your cards. In fact, booster packs aren’t even out yet, so if you buy a Starter Deck, you’ll have an instant collection of the best cards!”

Games and matches are lightning fast, so losing a game isn’t as much of a grudging experience as in other trading card games. Revenge can be quickly acquired on your opponent by a quick shuffle and resetting of life points. Players start with 10 life points and the first to hit 0 loses. Players win by summoning fearsome creatures which they attach to piles of energy and command to attack their opponent’s life points. The game is multiplayer friendly as well, welcoming an even or odd number of players, teams or no teams. 



You can learn more about this exciting new trading card game on the official website: www.exodus-cards.com, where you can also “like” the game, become a follower of the official Facebook page where you can “like it” again, and start playing by purchasing a Harmonized Starter Deck for $19.99 through the online store. Full-art game playmats are also available in the online store for $24.99 each. 

If you buy a starter deck from the website, you’ll be supporting a new, small game company gain exposure and provide them with the funds for new additions to the game and awesome expansions. You can also show your support by “liking” the game both on Facebook and the website, and by sharing it with others. 

“Don’t hesitate to contact us through our “Contact Us” page on the card game’s website or by leaving a message on the Facebook page! We’re always happy to address any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the game. We love hearing from players or those who want to become a player. Be one of the first to jump in on this new game with FIRST EDITION cards!”



About the author: Existence Games is a small gaming company based out of the Central Valley in California. Two siblings in their teenage years created and released Exodus out of their love and passion for games and the need for innovation in the trading card game genre. The card game is still largely unknown, but on the rise as it is gaining more and more followers. Existence Games is always looking for the right people to work with them in expanding the brand and the world of Exodus, so if you’re interested in working with them first-hand to get the game into other media, you can contact them by e-mail through their website

Exodus, The Trading Card Game and all characters, pictures, and logos are © and ™ 2012 Existence Games. All rights reserved. 



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