Fall of Magic is a game of collaborative fantasy storytelling where you and your friends play as a group of travelers in the company of the Magus. You and your friends will become immersed in a fantasy world of their own creation as you unroll this handmade canvas scroll together, revealing perilous roads, strange hosts, and fantastic locales illustrated by award winning artists, Doug Keith and Taylor Dow.
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Praise for Fall of Magic
What is Included
- 5′ Canvas Scroll: hand screen printed on both sides.
- 5 Metal Tokens
- 1 Die
- 12 Lost Island Cards
- Cloth Bag for die and tokens
- Instructions Booklet
- English, French, Italian, and Japanese translations
- Print and Play Files
- Online Play Files
Playing with Kids
Prototype Silk Screening
Fall of Magic Pre-Release
More Praise for Fall of Magic
“Fall of Magic is Ross Cowman’s elegiac fantasy game about loss, travel and discovery, all played out in a slowly unfurling landscape full of genuine wonder and weird surprises. The game marries a peaceful, carefully paced aesthetic with tack-sharp design elements that are smarter than they look. It’s hard to get more fantastic or magical than an actual scroll. As a hand-crafted object, Fall of Magic’s cloth-map-as-setting powerfully evokes its themes, and sets a lovely bar for production – small press or otherwise.” – Diana Jones Award Committee
“You’d think that once you played you’d have seen everything. Nope. Not only are there forks in the road and paths not taken, but for picking three words the characters are REALLY different. As soon as we were done we were talking about what we’d play on the second pass.” – Stras Acimovic, creator of Atlas Reckoning,
“One of the coolest, most interesting games I’ve seen in years. The affordances alone blew my mind, and it’s so beautiful the way the game’s format (the scroll) cleanly and elegantly contributes to gameplay while simultaneously setting tone and putting play in a wonderfully ritualistic context. “– Jason Morningstar, creator of Fiasco and Night Witches