Spellfire has come a long way since 1994. It is the second oldest CCG, with only Magic: the Gathering being its senior.
Spellfire - Master The Magic created by TSR, Inc. and based on their popular Dungeons & Dragons role playing game
Wizards of the Coast announced the purchase of TSR, the makers of Dungeons & Dragons and Spellfire for $25 million
Hasbro bought Wizards of the Coast for about $325 million including Dungeons & Dragons and Spellfire
The official death of Old Spellfire. Wizards of the Coast is handing the game over to fans
WotC sees no future for Spellfire and cancels the "SPELLFIRE" trade mark registration
Worldwide Spellfire community is still playing the game and reclaiming the Spellfire.com domain name
Loyal fans re-register the SPELLFIRE trademark in the European Union, the USA and other regions
Five mighty kings awoke from a deep sleep and created the new world of Spellfire.
New stories, champions, creatures, items and spells are being created for the new "Spellfire: Re-Master The Magic"
Fans start printing and testing the newly designed, newly drawn Spellfire physical cards.
The idea of creating a digital version of Spellfire for PCs and mobile phones is born
The idea to combine CCG with modern technology, blockchain, AR and interactive features is born
The trading card game Spellfire raised a staggering $3.8 million from many recognized investors.
Spellfire launches token generation event on several launchpads and gets listed on tier 1 Exchanges
The first playable digital alpha version of Spellfire is being tested by the team.
A playable digital alpha version of Spellfire is planned for community testing.
A playable digital beta version of Spellfire is planned for community testing.
A fully developed Spellfire digital game is open for playing.
The new Spellfire physical cards are seamlessly integrated into the digital version of the game to be sent to players.