- Release Date: June 6, 2012
- Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment
- Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment
- Genre: Fighting
“Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM” is a card fighting game available on Facebook, which owns 20,000 monthly users as of our press time. It is created based on a Japanese anime “Yu-Gi-Oh”. The leading character Yugi Muto will guide your way through the game.
It has been 16 years since Yu-Gi-Oh come into being and till now, it still owns a large amount of fans. This gives every reason for the game developers to choose the theme as a Facebook game.
The energetic background music works very well with the fighting, and it lets you feel pressure to duel with opponents. By default, the speed is acceptable, but if you want to experience the ultimate fast-paced fighting, you might as well enable the four times as much speed.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM, hundreds of cards can be obtained through three ways. Coins, which can be gained through duels in game, card pieces that are also obtainable but more precious, and the Duel points, however, can only be gained through online purchase with real money.
Each duel provides 12 cards only, which are chosen from the previously set up 15-card deck. By putting forward at most 3 monster cards and 3 spells each round, the cards are soon used up. Thus players finish games in a quick pace and in no time find their energy bar out of fuel. Losing all the energy means your will have to wait for a refill of 1 energy per minute. Don’t worry too much if you are such a fanboy, since random duels will still be accessible without energy. The only difference is that you can’t make it to the next chapter.
Talking about interactions, players are allowed to fight a duel with their friends once every 24 hours. Besides, when you are fighting a NPC, you could click the avatars of your friends and get 300 life points regain, which also has a limit once a day. Therefore, players don’t communicate much. Even if you are in a duel with your friends, it is not exactly your friends controlling the cards, but the computer. And their life points are almost half the volume of yours. Being a winner against your friends in an unfair game is not worth bragging on.
The game mechanism is a bit coarse, 12 limited cards are not possible for players to turn the tables when falling into disadvantages. “Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM” is OK for killing time however not as complete as other strict card games.
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