THE WORLD’S BEST-SELLING TRADING CARD GAME!
It’s Time to Duel! Enjoy thrilling Duels against players from around the world and characters from the animated TV series! Collect cards that represent powerful Monsters, magical Spells and surprising Traps to build a winning Deck to smite your foes. Limitless play offline or online and unique weekly challenges makes Yu-Gi-Oh! DUEL GENERATION the perfect free-to-play Trading Card Game for all players.
ANYONE CAN PLAY: From new Duelists to experienced players, DUEL GENERATION is a game that anyone can pick up and play. A Tutorial is included to assist new players as well as a campaign mode that lets players focus on easier opponents until they’re ready to take on greater challengers!
THOUSANDS OF CARDS: Over 6,000 cards will be available to collect, from Blue-Eyes White Dragon to Bujins, with even more to be released in the future!
WEEKLY CHALLENGES: Each week the game features the opportunity to battle a fresh lineup of progressively more difficult opponents for new cards that can be added to your Decks.
OFFLINE & ONLINE PLAY: All game modes feature unlimited free play – perfect for honing your skills!
DUEL GENERATION is the most complete free-to-play card game experience on mobile. Whether you are a beginning Trading Card Game player or a seasoned veteran, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
iPad Mini, 1st Gen
iPad Mini, 2nd Gen
iPad, 2nd Gen
iPad/iPad Air, 3rd Gen, 4th Gen
Supports iOS versions 6.0 and Up.
©1996 KAZUKI TAKAHASHI
©2011 NAS * TV TOKYO
==== What's New ====
- Bug fixes and optimization
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This game is great and enjoyable, and would probably be better if it were to have updates occasionally. Also this game glitches/lags very often. This game confuses me in several ways, such as how a premium deck costs $5, but a structured deck that costs points costs 200,000. Getting the points for a structured deck can take a while, but the thing that bothers me is that cards are harder to obtain with duel points or by playing the game. One of the things that I do like about this game is that it doesn’t have link summoning. I agree with the other people who say that the buttons in this game are too small on a phone, but with a bigger screen (like an IPad), it isn’t very difficult to press buttons. Also it would be appreciated if it were easier to interact with friends. Otherwise, this game would be great.
It is somewhat common to see a new player that just got into the game to spend money on premium decks and go straight to the duel league with it (usually not knowing how to use it). This is an example of how this game is a pay-to-win game. I think that it would be a good idea to make the premium decks also be purchasable with duel points.
BEST GAME EVER!!! But...
Okay as I life-long Yu-Gi-Oh! fan I absolutely adore this game. The campaign is fun and the CPUs are challenging enough to be fun without being annoying. There is no better feeling than to be down in a duel and to draw that one card you need to mount an epic comeback. I love that essentially every card in the game is playable and I love just experimenting and having fun building new decks and trying them out. In my eyes, this game is a 5 star game... if it wasn't for the premium cards. Why must all of the cards that I want to play with the most be locked behind a price tag? This game would be so much better if I wasn't forced to pay for cards like Junk Synchron, or Red Eyes Black Dragon, or the Exodia cards. I understand that developers need to generate revenue, but there are simply way too many cards that need to be bought with real money. I think that a good alternative would be to give players the choice to buy packs with real money or with points collected from duels. Of course you'd raise the points price for the premium packs so that it take some time to grind enough points, but I think that would be a good solution. That way you still have people spending money who don't want to grind for the points, and you satisfy players like me who don't have the money to buy the premium cards they want to play with. Or at the very least unlock some of the premium cards and let them be available in the points packs.
Full Yugioh - With some issues
It’s basically the full version of Yugioh, with TCG ban list and everything. The only issue is that the game hasn’t been updated in ages, most likely due to Konami’s focus on Duel Links. The game is currently setup for the MR3 format (Which started in 2014), which introduced Pendulum summoning. The ban list is dated around April 2016. There are some major bugs with the game that can cause it to suddenly crash or bug out. The matchmaking is also a bit horrible, mainly due to the fact that you can be at the lowest rank (Bronze I) and still end being matched against the highest ranks (Diamond, Masters, Grandmasters), which can be frustrating if you’re trying to play competitively. You’ll also need to spend a bit of money and buy some packs/structure decks if you want to progress, since the Starter deck won’t get you anywhere past the first few fights and absolutely won’t get you anywhere in Ranked. Farming Duel Points to open Booster Packs will help get you certain cards that you need, but won’t suffice at building you an actual deck.
Overall Score - 3/5
It’s basically the full version of Yugioh. It’ll most likely be a suitable choice if your not planning on playing Duel Links. Just don’t expect an update any time soon, since they’ve completely shifted their attention away from the game.
- Konami Digital Entertainment
- 458 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- ©1996 KAZUKI TAKAHASHI ©2011 NAS ・TV TOKYO
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