Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM Game Review

Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM is an official Facebook adaptation of the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! manga, anime and collectible card game franchise from Konami. The game is based loosely on the fictional “Duel Monsters” game seen in the TV series and movies, and which also forms the basis for the physical collectible card game products. Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM’s main gameplay revolves around duelling with cards against either computer- or player-controlled opponents. The objective in a duel is for one player to reduce their opponent’s life points total to zero by attacking them using monsters, spells and various other cards. In some respects, it is similar to popular collectible card game Magic: The Gathering, but the rules are much simpler to grasp, particularly for newcomers to the genre or younger players. Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM also features a good tutorial system that introduces various game concepts a little bit at a time before allowing the player the opportunity to practice in “real” battles. The Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM playfield is split into three “channels.” Each turn, both players draw three cards from their deck and are able to play as many as they are able. One monster and one spell may go in each channel. Once all the cards have been played, the “battle” phase begins. First, any spell cards which affect monster strength or deal direct damage to the other player are applied. Then, the (potentially modified) strength of monster cards in each channel are compared. If one monster’s strength is greater than its opponent’s, the weaker monster is destroyed and any leftover power from the victorious monster is converted into damage to the opponent’s life pool. If both monsters have equal strength, both are destroyed and no damage is done to either player. The battle continues until one player has defeated the other. For better start download Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM Hack.

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