Temple of Wololo: easily unlock sets in Wagic

If you haven’t heard, I’m running a little contest for Wagic users, and there’s 100$ in cash for the winner (check here if you’re interested).

We recently got our first entry for the contest, Vikta’s Temple of Wololo. This is an original take at the campaign system, as it doesn’t have much of a story, but basically allows you to “donate” some credits to the “Temple of Wololo”, and in exchange get a set to unlock for you. Very useful, especially if you’re close to the end of the game and only have a few last sets to unlock (they get more and more difficult to unlock with time…).

Temple of Wololo can be downloaded from Vikta’s thread here, but other (more serious?) campaigns for Wagic can also be downloaded from our campaigns subforum. To install a campaign, just unzip it into the “campaigns” subfolder of your wagic resource folder. To play it, simply run the game and select 1player > Story then choose the campaign you want in the selection menu.

You have until September 15th to submit your campaign to the contest. Right now Vikta’s entry is the only competitor, so there sure is room for more entries :)

  1. Shinny’s avatar

    cool stuff but i prefer to unlock them my self

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  2. Vikta’s avatar

    I know how you feel, but after battling to get them all the first couple of times I found it frustrating getting those last ones. Those last 5 are a pain to do since they take an average of ~200 wins to get them and it’s especially frustrating when you’re after one card that’s only available in one set…

    You can also donate and get a random card if you like.

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    1. Shinny’s avatar

      I take my words back =D this stuff is awsome =D wish you luck in that contest ill be rooting for ya

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  3. Ivo’s avatar

    orrrrr….. use maxglee :)

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