What is Lost Portal?

Lost Portal is a collectable card game where you explore, complete quests, combat enemies and gain new cards.  You create and enhance your deck and level up your character to gain new abilities.

Designed and developed by Mike Camilli

Lead artist Marc Whisnant.

All card artwork was commissioned and licensed from many artists, as indicated at the bottom of each card.  Several songs licensed from Sean Beeson and the rest along with all sound effects from Evil Mind Entertainment.

Thank you to all testers, including Tom Camilli, Sara Camilli, Emma Camilli, John Gall, Erica Gall and Albert Lew.

3 thoughts on “What is Lost Portal?”

  1. This is the best single player ccg out there. I enjoyed this game so much, in fact I have finished the game (defeated the last robot boss at Coradym). I am looking forward that you guys make another one or an expansion and will definitely pay for it. No gimmicks, no freemium, no evolution, no morphing, can play offline! You are the best and I am a fan!

  2. Mana distribution from ability points for players is random while the opponent always gets exactly the colors of their deck. I’ll go 6 repetitive matches getting steady mama drops and suddenly I’ll be replaying the same match 6 times. Add more mana, same thing multiple times. Add more mana, somehow the same thing. I’ve played Shadowverse, MTG, yugioh, Pokémon, and never have I been more frustrated. Any satisfaction I would get from beating an enemy is quelled from the unnecessary struggle to even get to play the game and knowing that all I have to look forward to is 1354 more of the same enemy strategy of “get as many monsters out as I can”. Love the TCG rpg thing, and enjoy the art, but the balance is garbage. Which isn’t good because people sure aren’t playing for the story

    1. The starting aeons that you and enemies get are: 1 for your color affinity and 1 random color for each 5 wisdom points, starting with 10. You will not get the same random color again until all four colors have gotten one. For example, at 25 wisdom you get 4 starting aeons (one at 10, 15, 20, 25) and will get one of each color plus 1 for your color affinity.

      Sorry to hear about your frustration playing Lost Portal. I am not clear on exactly what you are saying about repetitive matches – are you saying your aren’t getting enough aeon cards to cast spells and therefore losing to the same enemy over and over? Or perhaps you have run into an enemy that your deck is not handling well as it is currently constructed. I’d be curious to hear at what level this is happening and would like to see the deck you are using. If you want to explain in more detail, with perhaps a screenshot of your deck, you can send me an email at lostportalccg@gmail.com. I think as you go further along there are many cards that can help smooth out any aeon issues, as well as various cards that add card draw, such as Logic Storm for blue. A green deck I am currently playing has several Archaic One cards in it, which return an aeon card from discard pile to hand on cast, which helps make sure I can cast some of the big creatures in the deck.

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