We received a set of the World’s Smallest Magic Cards for free from Super Impulse to play with and review. Opinions are our own.
Super Impulse has been making all sorts of fun World’s Smallest products and one of the coolest ones I saw at Toy Fair was a set of Magic the Gathering cards that were super small, World’s Smallest if you will. These cards are fully playable and have fantastic artwork on them even at such a small size. There were two decks inside the set so that you could immediately play. The decks were Jace and Vraska.
These cards caught my eye because my daughter, Eva had started playing MAGIC just a few months prior to my trip to Toy Fair. She has played the game with a few decks that we had and also played online. I thought that she would get a kick out of the novelty factor of having these two decks to play with whenever and wherever.
These World’s Smallest Magic the Gathering decks are so small that I can fit the whole deck in the palm of my hand. Each card is slightly smaller than my pinkie. I did not have any full sized cards on hand to make a comparison but let’s just say they are considerably smaller than the full sized ones. They have a great feel and are fun to play with. Full sized Magic the Gathering fun in a small package!
Check out the Super Impulse Instagram because there are a ton of other World’s Smallest toys on it. So many cool things! And, if you are interested you can pick up the World’s Smallest Magic the Gathering decks on Amazon.com through our affiliate link.
Less than a week ago I was posting about LightSeekers. I had received a couple of the new smart action figures; Boulder and Zyrus. Then I saw a sale on Amazon.com and there were some accessories and some trading card packs that I was interested in. So I picked up a few of them including the Stormshell shield for the Water characters. Any LightSeeker can use this shield but if it is aligned to the correct character and element then it works better.
I am intrigued by the LightSeeker Card game and have a number of the start packs. I have the water, tech. mountain and dread is coming. I would like to try and play the game with Eva sometime when we have time. I think she would like it and would be good at it. These card games are really helpful in learning how to make quick decisions based on math and also how to plan things out.
I also have a couple of packs of Magic the gathering cards that I got at HASCON that I’ve been meaning to crack open and play with the kids, too. Don’t even get me started about the Dungeons and Dragons Starter pack that I received and have yet to use. Where is the time for all these games?
Speaking of toys and games, we made our annual donation to Christmas is for kids on Monday night. One of the late additions to the donation was from MEGA CONSTRUX & MEGA BLOKS. They sent over some great sets for American Girl, Wellie Wishers and Barbie Dreamtopia. I thought that Eva would have wanted the American Girl sets but she decided that she’d rather they be donated so we did a video talking about each set and then added them to the donation. Here is that video.