20 Games Like Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM(TBA)
The first Yu-Gi-Oh! game for PC and the first of the three Power of Chaos games. The game includes 155 cards which most of them are from Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon and Starter Deck: Yugi. Two are from Metal Raiders. One is from Spell Ruler, another is from Tournament Pack: 3rd Season, and the other is from Starter Deck: Pegasus.
Learn how to play the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game with Yugi. In Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos - Yugi the Destiny, you can learn the basics of summoning, tributes, and more in a tutorial, and then you can duel against Yugi to collect cards and build up your own collection. Each card features artwork re-created from the card game. In addition to new artwork, Yugi the Destiny features a variety of battlefields and intense duels
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Online is an online PC game released in November 2005 by Konami, based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, players of the game can duel each other online. Later two versions of the game has been released, Yu-Gi-Oh! Online: Duel Evolution and Yu-Gi-Oh! Online 3: Duel Accelerator.
The third Yu-Gi-Oh! game for PC. It is also the final game of the Power of Chaos game series. The game includes 771 cards.
This game is featuring Joey Wheeler as the opponent, adds new cards, new dueling choices, new dueling options and more Decks for the opponent, making this the Power of Chaos game with the most content. The cards from the previous two Power of Chaos games, if installed, are included. New game features include a ranked difficulty for the computer opponent, denoted by a star gauge in the Duel menu, which ranks from 1 star to 9. As you win duels, the difficulty increases, and the opponent swaps his Deck for a more potent one every time this happens. Later difficulty levels (8-9) allow the opponent to use different Decks in that same level. Losing consecutive duels results in decreased difficulty for the first time in Power of Chaos games. Other options include allowing the opponent to use cards from the previous two games, increasing the difficulty. Also, the option to make many Limited cards Forbidden is given, making the game more balanced. One other new addition to the game is that when you win cards that you already have, you may have a choice of getting different cards, or keep the ones you've earned. This can only be done when every card you win in a match or one card in a single duel is a common card, not new. Last, you can also duel a friend via LAN or via Gameranger.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories was developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan and published by Konami for the PlayStation. It was released in Japan on December 9, 1999, in North America on March 20, 2002, and in Europe on November 22, 2002. The players play the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game alongside characters that appear in the series.
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It is a game in the series of Yu-Gi-Oh video games made by Konami for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance portable video game system. The game is initially an RPG with strategy mixed in.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? & Friends is a quiz show game based on the TV show Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
This game is an animated visual novel based on a youthful, dream filled high school life story. This game portrays the player as Aoi, the protagonist, and brings the player through the feat of building the glider that will realise their dreams, while bonding with the female characters.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation was a free-to-play card game, playable through Apple and Android devices. Players could collect over 7,000 cards and duel against computer-controlled characters from the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime or challenge online human opponents.
Kantai Collection is a Japanese free-to-play web browser game. The gameplay is centered upon building squadrons composed of individual characters represented as cards with different attributes, and then sending said squadrons out on missions. Each of the characters are moe anthropomorphisms of World War II naval warships which are depicted as cute girls, known as "Fleet girls". These personified warships are based on real-life vessels which are explained in detail within the game; the physical characteristics, appearances and personalities of each of the girls correlate in some way to the real-life vessel (for example, ships with a larger displacement tonnage are usually depicted as older girls with more mature bodies, while smaller ships have petite and underdeveloped figures, with a few exceptions). The player takes on the role of an admiral and organizes their fleets in battle in order to win. Combat is largely automated, and manual actions by the player include micromanagement such as building and repairing.