Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-01-11
  • Current Version: 3.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 195.17 MB
  • Developer: KONAMI
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 61,444 Reviews)
  • Price:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links App Ratings: 5
Total 61,444 Reviews

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links App Description

◆"Yu-Gi-Oh!" is available on-the-go as a mobile app! Do you have what it takes to become the King of Games? ・Easy to learn rules and simple controls for beginners! Engrossing and rewarding gameplay for "Yu-Gi-Oh!" veterans! ・Duel players from around the world in this action-packed PvP card game! ・A huge cast of characters from "Yu-Gi-Oh!," "Yu-Gi-Oh! GX," and "Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's"! ・Duel as Yami Yugi, Seto Kaiba, Jaden Yuki, Yusei Fudo, and many more, from the whole canon! ・Featuring voicework from cast members of the original shows! ・Epic 3D cutscenes when ace monsters are summoned! ・Collect cards to build your very own Deck and defeat your opponents! [FEATURES] -Duels The "Yu-Gi-Oh!" TCG (Trading Card Game) is redefined on mobile with newly designed, intuitive controls optimized for mobile devices! Also, signature monsters like the "Dark Magician" and "Blue-Eyes White Dragon" make their appearance with dynamic visuals! -Single Campaign (Duel World) Enjoy Dueling with your favorite characters from the "Yu-Gi-Oh!" world and complete Stage missions to earn various rewards! New cards can be obtained in the Shop! -Duelists Challenge Yugi, Kaiba, Joey, Mai and other legendary Duelists! Complete specific missions to unlock and use these characters! Earn Skills and rewards by leveling up your favorites and aim for mastery! -Online PvP With "Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links," engage in heated Duels anytime and anywhere with players from around the world! Climb through the rankings and take your place as the Duel World King! -Decks Use the cards that you collect in-game to build and edit your trusty Deck to take on opponents! Stay tuned for future card additions! [ABOUT "Yu-Gi-Oh!"] "Yu-Gi-Oh!" is a popular manga created by Kazuki Takahashi that has been serialized in SHUEISHA Inc.'s "WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP" since 1996. Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. provides a Trading Card Game (TCG) and console games, based on the "Yu-Gi-Oh!" anime series created from the original manga, that are enjoyed around the world. [Supported OS] iOS 8.0 and above


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Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links App Reviews

  • Hm

    By Wolfgangbruh
    Why can’t I play with any 5D characters???????
  • Mixed feelings

    By Rossy5600
    Love that it’s free to play even though I spent a few dollars in the game, but it’s not the classic Yu-Gi-Oh we know and love. Nerf a lot of the games best strategies with the limited monster slots. Yubel event didn’t work for me I collected over 800 hearts and never got any other option for the event. Complete waste
  • The mistake

    By 93$8:$8;!!&2!$$/! I sided I
    I extremely love this game, however the most recent update has destroyed the game. I haven’t been able to have one match without crashing, forcing me to forfeit battles and not being able to play the game itself.
  • Game issue

    By Kravengreen
    Have not been able to access other screens for a week. Said it would be fixed today the 25th. Want to play buy what the heck.
  • Pathetically Greedy

    By Yalik3that
    Used to be great with all characters having most of their main cards, now with the new 5DS release, their new ace will be behind over a 200$ paywall. That’s like paying 200$ for a Dark Magician. Don’t bother.
  • Fantastic app!

    By Big Boss '75
    Loads of fun! And the best part is it’s not pay to play! (Unless you want to do competitive, even then you don’t have to). I haven’t played yugioh since I was a kid and this has been a great way to get back into it. Unlocking the characters is always exciting too, even though it does involve a little grinding.
  • Effects over everything

    By BlvckZarbon
    Yugioh has become that game where you can outplay someone the whole match only to lose to some cheesy effect that gives your opponent mega advantage... with little to no negative. A scumbags game now tbh
  • I love this game, but meta decks breaks the fun experience.

    By Pro_dinko
    If you are new to the game and want to learn then this app is by far the best way to learn everything. Their practice trainer helps you understand the game mechanics very well. Super powerful cards cannot be obtained in this game which makes the whole experience so much better. Now the issue with this game is that they create a new meta out of no where. Where if you don’t play these certain decks you will never climb out of platinum. “Fur” decks are super overpowered 1) special summon monsters that can clean up any card your opponent has 2) effects that allow you to pull any “fur” card into your hand when normal summon. Can you respond to this madness? Not really. Most of the traps don’t shut them down. Expect cards to flip them face down.
  • They don’t care

    By Monster Tamer
    Konami is one of the greediest companies I have ever seen. They haven’t shown any appreciation for their customers and never will. More and more ridiculous money making schemes are added to this game daily. They continue to nerf player rewards and blatantly ignore the surveys that they ask the players to fill out. Konami wants to give you the false feeling that your opinion matters to them, even though it doesn’t to them. “Komoney” will keep updating the game as they see fit as long as they make a profit.
  • A Fair Duel Links Review

    By Theoriginalguy2765
    I’ve played Duel Links for over a year now. In that time, I have enjoyed nearly every aspect of the game. Taking an original deck filled with nostalgic cards you worked a fair amount for into a competitive PVP environment is the reason myself and many others love this game. However, in recent months, it appears the passion the Duel Links community once had is waning. What this boils down to is the manner in which Konami has chosen to make cards less accessible. Dubbed “Komoney” by members of the community, the company has reduced the players ability to acquire the in-game currency (Gems) and increased the cost to purchase cards with this currency. For example, in an upcoming large scale update, it has been announced that character levels will be capped at 30 as opposed to the standard of 40, limiting a player’s means to acquire Gems. This coupled with the increasing in size of Card Boxes is fair reason to gauge why players, both casual and competitive, have stepped away from the game. The alternative to using Gems for cards is, of course, using real money. On average, a Main Box filled with cards will run you $200. What a deal! Oh wait, I need 3 copies of a card this whole box only has 1 copy of? And there’s constantly new boxes being introduced that make older cards irrelevant? Well let me just dump out my life savings, Konami. The keyword here is “fair”. While I realize that term is subjective, I think something we can all agree on is being properly rewarded for time spent in the game. This recent behavior by Konami feels akin to a knife in the back, or rather A Thousand Knives in the back. We all know companies want to make as much money as possible. However, angering your fan base and letting them walk away seems counter-intuitive. The longer we stay around, the more likely we are to spend money at a reasonable rate. Heck, maybe if they’re lucky, we’ll even recommend the game to a friend. Right now, that’s not even something I’d think about. Konami, a good relationship with the consumer translates directly into more revenue. Treat us fairly with an adequate method to obtain worthwhile cards and then maybe we’ll feel comfortable spending a little of our own money.