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Rating: 7.7 Very Good
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 30 minutes

Official Site: Shards of Infinity Website

Created by: Gary Arant, Justin Gary, Aaron Nakahara

Published by: Stone Blade Entertainment, Ultra PRO


Engineered with the ability to warp reality, The Infinity Engine was humanity's greatest achievement. Corrupted by this immense power, the Engine's creators subjugated the nations of the world. After a millennium of slavery, a resistance rose up and destroyed the device. The veil of reality was torn open as shards of the engine rained down upon the cities of mankind, grinding civilization to dust.

From the hidden places of the world, humans' four successors have emerged, each led by a champion who wields the power of the shards.

The shards are drawn to one another, their might and influence growing as the distance between them shrinks. In the end, only the one who reunites the shards will wield the godlike power of the Infinity Engine.

War between these factions is inevitable. Which side will you choose?

Shards of Infinity combines an unprecedented level of strategy and customization into one small box. Rather than competing for points, players must outlast their opponents and reduce their health to zero, which can be done in a number of ways.

Each player starts the game with a basic deck of cards, and they can acquire new cards from a central display of six cards (as in Ascension) and add these new cards to their deck or use them immediately, depending on what they are.

Every character starts with fifty health and zero mastery. On each turn, you can spend one gem (a.k.a., money) to gain a mastery point. The more mastery you have, the more powerful your cards become.

This lets even the weak cards in your starting deck become more powerful as the game progresses. If you reach a total of thirty mastery, you can activate your Infinity Shard, which instantly defeats your opponent.

As you acquire new cards, you can employ allies and champions to craft your strategy. Mercenary cards can be added to your deck as in other deck-building games or they can be played immediately from the center row for their ability; this adds even more drama to each player's turn as a key mercenary flip can alter the very outcome of the game!

Will you neutralize your opponents before they can fully master the Infinity Shard? With careful planning and aggressive gameplay, only one player can emerge the winner!

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In Shards of Infinity, players compete to gain mastery of the Infinity Shard, a small fragment of a weapon of unlimited power. You must either be the first to master this powerful artifact, or you must destroy anyone else who has one before it is too late.

Each turn, you will play cards to gain resources. Gems allow you to recruit Allies and Champions. Use Power to attack enemy Champions and players.

Mastery lets you unlock new abilities from your cards, leading to ultimate control of the Infinity Shard. The last player with Health remaining wins the game. …

Q: If I play Cache Warden and it gains me my 10th , do I draw a card from its bonus?

A: Yes. You will first gain 1 from the top half of the card effect, putting you to 10 mastery or more. This will allow you to then draw a card.

Q: When I exhaust Systema AI, do I gain the Mastery Threshold Bonus listed beneath the exhaust text?

A: Yes. Once you exhaust a Champion, everything after and below the exhaust text occurs. …

Allies: Allies are the champions you can recruit to aid you. When you play an Ally from your hand, you gain the effect listed on the card. It goes to your discard pile at the end of your turn.

Banish: When a card is banished, it is placed in the banish pile (removed from the game).

Champions: After you play a Champion from your hand, you can gain benefits from it every turn. Champions remain in play until destroyed by an opponent. …

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