Adventures in Equestria is a new deck-building game coming soon from Renegade Game Studios based on the popular My Little Pony series (if you couldn't tell from "Equestria" there in the title). Renegade's giving us another look at how the game works with the 4th in their series of previews.
From the preview:
Time for another My Little Pony: Adventures in Equestria preview!
It’s time to reveal the troubles that await you in this epic finale of this blog series! Hurdles and Final Challenges provide not only a game timer in which you won’t have all the time you desire to make your deck as best as possible, but also, they provide that teensy bit of drama and excitement that’ll have you clinging to the edge of your seat.
There are 3 levels of Hurdles seen in the game, and to set up for your first adventure, we recommend setting up a stack of Level 1, 2, and 3 Hurdles, in that order. We don’t recommend starting with a Level 2 Hurdle as you may find that really, really difficult. You may also slide in a couple of extra Hurdles to prolong the game and make your decks that more powerful, however let’s stick to the easy plan to start.