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  • #: 244091
  • Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated: 2011-02-28
  • Current Version: 1.7.1
  • 1.7.1 (iOS 4.0 Tested)
  • Size: 1.30 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Alexei Gousev
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • © 2010 Numegil
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MTGJudge is the only reference application you're going to need while judging Magic events. Features include:

- Quick reference charts for penalties, missed triggers, layers, etc.

- Searchable oracle card reference

- Complete, up to date (January 2011) Infraction Procedure Guide

- Complete, up to date (Mirrodin Besieged) Comprehensive Rules

- Decklist counter to assist in counting decklists near the beginning of a tournament.

Please feel free to email me directly at numegil@gmail.com about any questions, bug reports, feature requests, feedback, etc. that you might have. Please include "MTGJudge" in the subject of your email.

This app is not produced or endorsed by Wizards of the Coast, Inc.

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Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


5/5 stars

I really needed this app!!!

Best app so far!!!

4/5 stars

Great app, all that

I like how it's all offline so you don't need wi-fi to access anything. Could use a copy of the MTR (Magic Tournament Rules) to go alongside the CR, IPG, and Oracle Reference, but other than that it's pretty fantastic!

Also, +1 to everything JohnPaul Cupertino said (in the "previous versions" tab) -- I've had no crashes/stability issues, and as long as it stays updated this app could be on its way to be "the" must-have MTG app for players and judges alike.

The only other way to make it better would be to integrate a price guide that updates automatically when you're online and then can be used later when you have no wi-fi. Or manually updated, it doesn't have to be automatic. You could hit a button to check for updates, and download the data if it's new. I know MTGO (magictraders.com/pricelists/) keeps a database that updates once a week. I'm no programmer but it seems like something that'd be pretty easy to work with for someone who is. Just a text-based data file, <2mb with one entry per line with something like:

Card Name {Average} {High} {Low} {# of samples}

You could have a separate tab for prices, or just stick them in next to the oracle wording with the search that's already there. Or just skip it and add the MTR, a Judge app doesn't *need* prices, it would just make it even better than it already is. A little something extra for those of us who like trading at the card shop on Friday nights :)

5/5 stars

Great app

As a judge in training and avid magic player this app has helped me out a lot. The magic tournament rules should be added so judges can use this as an all around tool and the price thing doesn't sound too bad but this I still a great app regardless.


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