Final Twilight is a customizable card game that you can print out yourself. Each deck cost $1 and can be downloaded from www.rpgnow.com. This review was originally posted on www.rpgnow.com.
This game is great. You get a pretty decent card spread for what you get. The publisher and designers are active on the forums on their homepage. You get great answers to rules questions. There is a small fan base right now, but hopefully that will be growing.
LIKED: I like the theme. Magic is alive in the world, but most people don't know and can't comprehend that it is real. There is a great back story to the whole game that really explains the main characters and why they are doing what they are doing.
Some of the mechanics in the game seem odd at first, but really work out once you try the game. Once mechanic is that everyone has an equal chance of hitting someone. All you have to do is beat your opponent on a contested d6 roll. That seemed odd. But, you start adding in weapons, armor, and spells, and you start getting modifiers to the rolls.
DISLIKED: I didn't like the card layout on the pages. Some pages you need to print four times to get the card count you need from the sample deck listing. But, some of those cards on the page might only need to be printed once. So, you waste ink with those other cards being printed. A small annoyance that was easily quelled by the game itself.
VALUE: Very Satisfied