Why haven't this be turned into a movie yet?
The features include 1-to-1 matches with self-built deck of 4th edition cards (old-school!) with Alpha rares such as Black Lotus, the Moxes, Time Walk, etc... versus a computer AI using over a dozen pre-built decks.
The other main attraction would be the single-player campaign of Shandalar, where you are in a little RPG world with your character(you can dress him/her up with some crazy clothings and wigs!) running around with Magic cards and defeating evil monsters and wizards with their pouches of Magic cards too! Haha! That's quite silly but it's addictive fun.
The graphics are old-school but depict accurate physical visuals of the Magic cards, makes you wanna buy the real cards! The soundtrack is pretty amazing with some memorable Arabian Nights-influenced fantasy tunes. If you are an old-school Magic fan, MicroProse's Magic: The Gathering may turn you on, IF you still can find this lying around somewhere, and re-live the fun of playing those legendary Magic card combos that make today's Magic community so flourishing.