MUSEMON DECK

MUSEMON DECK

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This deck is composed primarily from art submissions obtained from the readers of MUSE magazine, as well as special event cards depicting MUSE characters in various funny settings!  Playable as a stand alone deck.

Graphic by MUSE magazinewww.musemagkids.com/
RELEVANT LINKS Download printable cards and rules (25Mb pdf) MUSE magazine Homepage | MUSE magazine Phylo deck page Get More Cards How To Play RELEASE DATES: Web – Free print your own: November 3rd, 2013 Print Magazine: Nov/Dec 2013 and Jan 2014 MUSE magazine issues. NOTES AND SAMPLE CARDS: This deck was created in collaboration […] read more
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RELEVANT LINKS
Download printable cards and rules (25Mb pdf)
MUSE magazine Homepage | MUSE magazine Phylo deck page
Get More Cards
How To Play

RELEASE DATES:
Web – Free print your own: November 3rd, 2013
Print Magazine: Nov/Dec 2013 and Jan 2014 MUSE magazine issues.

NOTES AND SAMPLE CARDS:
This deck was created in collaboration with MUSE magazine. In the March 2013 issue, the magazine wrote a piece about the Phylo project and made a call for submissions to their readers to create deck artwork.

Entries were moderated, researched, and then used to create the MUSEMON deck. This was released in two installments in two separate magazine issues. Except for the EVENT cards (which highlight the various MUSE characters), all art was created by young readers!

(From the March 2013 issue)
“A 2002 British study showed that kids can identify Pokémon characters—imaginary creatures from a Japanese game—better than actual animals and plants. David Ng, a molecular biologist who brings science to the public, viewed this bad news as a challenge. He and hundreds of enthusiastic strangers are working to create a game that’s just as fun as Pokémon, but involves real wildlife battling for survival, rather than cartoon monsters karate-chopping each other. The game, called Phylo, has over 400 cards featuring plants, animals, microbes, and ecosystem-shaking events like wildfires and oil spills. They’re scientist-approved and drawn by both professional artists and volunteers—like you—from around the world!.”

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