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==Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes==
 
==Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes==
 
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'''Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes''' was an accessory for Windows 95. It included over 50 high-resolution graphic images, dozens of cursors, wall papers, icons, fonts, over 50 sounds and a screen saver. It immediately became a solid seller — and a sensitive topic between [[artists]] and [[WotC]] as a battle brewed over who owned the rights to all that ''[[Magic]]'' art.<ref>{{NewRef|feature/magic-history-time-2009-06-01|A Magic History of Time|[[Michael G. Ryan]]|June 01, 2009}}</ref>
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'''Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes''' was an accessory for Windows 95. It included over 50 high-resolution graphic images, dozens of cursors, wall papers, icons, fonts, over 50 sounds and a screen saver. It immediately became a solid seller — and a sensitive topic between [[artists]] and [[WotC]] as a battle brewed over who owned the rights to all that ''[[Magic]]'' art.<ref>{{DailyRef|feature/magic-history-time-2009-06-01|A Magic History of Time|[[Michael G. Ryan]]|June 01, 2009}}</ref>
   
 
==Magic: The Gathering Computer Game==
 
==Magic: The Gathering Computer Game==

Latest revision as of 22:38, 6 April 2019

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MicroProse Software, Inc. (also known as MicroProse Simulation Software) is a computer software company founded in 1982. MicroProse ceased to exist in January 2001. Atari, Inc. assumed ownership of all titles.

Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes[edit | edit source]

Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes

Magic: The Gathering Desktop Themes was an accessory for Windows 95. It included over 50 high-resolution graphic images, dozens of cursors, wall papers, icons, fonts, over 50 sounds and a screen saver. It immediately became a solid seller — and a sensitive topic between artists and WotC as a battle brewed over who owned the rights to all that Magic art.[1]

Magic: The Gathering Computer Game[edit | edit source]

The computer company wrote the Magic computer game for Magic, which was released in April 1997 and expanded in September 1997.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Michael G. Ryan (June 01, 2009). "A Magic History of Time". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.

Gallery[edit | edit source]