Mage Wars - Stats Tracker Companion App

last updated March 8th, 2016 — created March 8th, 2016

We built a companion app for mage wars to replace the stats tracking board. It has options for taking damage, changing base health value, changing channeling value, and spending mana. Theme and Mage Name can be set in the Settings. We got a request to add a log for players to see the actions they've taken so that is the button in the center.


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