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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: When Devack and Roman brainwash your friends that aren't part of the main cast, the game uses your linked friends' Facebook profiles as pictures. (If you don't have any it uses BAM Terminals as pictures instead.)



* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: When Devack and Roman brainwash your friends that aren't part of the main cast, the game uses your linked friends' Facebook profiles as pictures. (If you don't have any it uses BAM Terminals as pictures instead.)


* BigBad: Marik, as Devack, Roman, and the Ghouls serve him and he's behind everything bad in Alba Litora.

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* BigBad: Marik, as Marik. Devack, Roman, and the Ghouls serve him him, and he's behind everything bad in Alba Litora.


You play as yourself, who has come down with a bad case of amnesia but is highly skilled at BAM. Unable to remember anything else, you set off to make friends, duel others, and maybe save the world. Gameplay is similar to normal Yu-Gi-Oh games, but instead of 40 cards, you have 15, and many monsters have different stats and effects than in the card game.

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You play as yourself, who has come down with a bad case of amnesia but is highly skilled at BAM. Unable to remember anything else, you set off to make friends, duel others, and maybe save the world. Gameplay is similar to normal the Yu-Gi-Oh games, TCG, but instead of 40 cards, you have 15, and many monsters have different stats and effects than in the card game.


''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM'' was a Facebook/mobile game in the popular ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' franchise.

The game takes place in an amalgam universe of sorts, mixing concepts and characters from ''Anime/YuGiOh'', ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', and ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''. You play yourself, who has come down with a bad case of amnesia but is highly skilled at BAM. Unable to remember anything else, you set off to make friends, duel others, and maybe save the world.

Gameplay is similar to normal Yu-Gi-Oh games, but instead of 40 cards, you have 15, and many monsters have different stats and effects than in the card game.

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''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM'' was a Facebook/mobile game in the popular ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' franchise.

franchise. The game takes place in an amalgam universe of sorts, mixing concepts and characters from ''Anime/YuGiOh'', ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', and ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''. ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''.

You play as yourself, who has come down with a bad case of amnesia but is highly skilled at BAM. Unable to remember anything else, you set off to make friends, duel others, and maybe save the world. \n\n Gameplay is similar to normal Yu-Gi-Oh games, but instead of 40 cards, you have 15, and many monsters have different stats and effects than in the card game.


* TooDumbToLive: Chapter 11.1 in Alba Litora involves you going to a highly dangerous ruin filled with ancient magic just to explore. The stress from the shadow duels nearly kill you.

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* TooDumbToLive: Chapter 11.1 in Alba Litora involves you going to a highly dangerous ruin filled with ancient magic just to explore. The stress from the shadow duels nearly kill kills you.


''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM'' is a Facebook/mobile game in the popular ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' franchise.

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''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM'' is was a Facebook/mobile game in the popular ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' franchise.



The Facebook version closed on September 30, 2014. It's currently mobile or [=iOS=] only, as ''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM Pocket''. A transcript of the story up to Chapter 7 of Tropica City can be found [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_BAM/Transcript here]].

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The Facebook version closed on September 30, 2014. It's currently 2014 and the mobile or [=iOS=] only, as version, ''Yu-Gi-Oh BAM Pocket''. Pocket'', closed on September 9, 2016. A transcript of the story up to Chapter 7 of Tropica City can be found [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_BAM/Transcript here]].


* BribingYourWayToVictory: Going Pro to reach Tropica City and unlocking the Arena costs $4.99, while the super-rare Duel Points can also be bought for 5 dollars. Downplayed slightly in that card pieces and coins, while also available to buy, aren't nearly as rare as DP.

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: Going Pro to reach Tropica City and unlocking unlock the Arena costs $4.99, while the super-rare Duel Points can also be bought for 5 dollars. Downplayed slightly in that card pieces and coins, while also available to buy, aren't nearly as rare as DP.DP, and you can even win DP steadily from consecutive Arena wins.

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: Going Pro to reach Tropica City and unlocking the Arena costs $4.99, while the super-rare Duel Points can also be bought for 5 dollars. Downplayed slightly in that card pieces and coins, while also available to buy, aren't nearly as rare as DP.

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* TooAwesomeToUse: Power-Ups can completely turn the game around, and the best ones are bought with the hard-to-come-by Duel Points.


* BrutalBonusLevel: ''Any'' of the side chapters are much more difficult than in the main story.

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* BrutalBonusLevel: ''Any'' of the side chapters are much more difficult than in the main story.


* BrutalBonusBoss: ''Any'' of your opponents in the side chapters are much more difficult than in the main story.

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* BrutalBonusBoss: BrutalBonusLevel: ''Any'' of your opponents in the side chapters are much more difficult than in the main story.

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* BrutalBonusBoss: ''Any'' of your opponents in the side chapters are much more difficult than in the main story.

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** Tropica City is more difficult than Alba Litora, not counting bonus episodes. Enemies start out easy but soon have bucketloads of Life Points, devastating monster combos, and varied spells.

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* PowerCreep: On the whole, Series 2 cards are much more useful and powerful than Series 1 cards, with better power, high LP, and varied effects.


* DifficultySpike: Around chapter 4, the first mission with the Ghouls, things get difficult fairly quickly. Chapters after that are even tougher.

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* DifficultySpike: Around chapter 4, 9, the first mission with where you infiltrate the Ghouls, Ghouls' hideout, things get difficult fairly quickly. Chapters after that are even tougher.

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