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YU-GI-OH! Millennium Board Game

 

The Millennium Board Game (from Mattel) game lets kids get into the action of Yu-Gi-Oh!  In order to become the “King of Games,” players must obtain all five pieces of the 3D Millennium Puzzle.  Each player begins the game in the Ultimate Dueling Arena with one piece of the puzzle.  Players need powerful monsters to win the “Arena” duels, and gather them by visiting the “Game Shops” located at the four corners of the board.  Players move between the Arena and the Game Shops, battling in three separate duels along the way – Janken, Saikoro and Ikusa – trying to get the most powerful Monster Slider Cards.  They return to the Arena to compete for the remaining puzzle pieces.  The first player to assemble the Millennium Puzzle wins.

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Here's some review of this of this game by our fans:

I’ve had the Yu-Gi-Oh board game for quite a while now. I don’t usually play it anymore.

 

Here are some good opinion things about the game:

1. The Yu-Gi-Oh board game has many cool features such as the cards and the
millennium puzzle.
It also has the pieces that look like the people on the show.

2.You can duel other people and win their piece.

3.The character figures are cool looking I usually play with the little figures. LOL.

 

Well there you have it. Its good/its bad. All your opinion.

I'd give it a 3.2/5.DOnt take it personally Mattel. SRY. If I were you,
I would try the game out. See how it is. Then decide if you would like to buy it or not.

 

-JSC 11ys

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This game is pretty cool!

Characters: Yami-Yugi, Kaiba, Joey, Mai
Dices :Numbered Dice (red) , 2 Duel Dices (Blue, green)
5 Peices of the puzzle
Slider Reader: 4 sliders: Kaiba's, yugi's, joey's, mai's
3 battle cards: (Janken/rock, paper, scissors) (Ikusa/war) (Saikoro/Dice
Battle)
28 trap tiles
24 monster slider
and 1 game board

Game Board

gameshop school gameshop


kaibacorp arena hospital


gameshop ?????? gameshop

1.all players starts in the arena
2.shuffle the monster sliders: dark magician, red eyes, black skull, summoned
skeleton (skull), time wizard, dark sage, la jin, harpie lady, shadow ghoul,
black chaos, gaia, swordstalker, labyrinth tank, pendulum machine, rude kaiser ,mystical elf, BEUD, BEWD, Launcher spider, black luster soldier, exodia,
gate guaridian, koriboh

monster slider
monster name

Picture

# # # #
# # # #

3. shuffle the trap tiles and place them 7 each on the 4 trap tiles spaces on
the board
4. shuffle the battle cards
5. each player take one piece of the puzzle (left over pieces are on the
grassy place around the arena
6. to win the game, you got to get all the pieces of the puzzle 7.
the person who gets all the other pieces from your opponents gets the
other ones on the grassy place in the arena
8.everyone gets to roll the numbered dices. The person with the highest #
goes 1st
9.u can move by rolling the #ed dice. You don't have to move to the full
number of spaces you rolled
10.when your person lands on the circle inside the building, they draw a trap
tile
11. when you get to the game shop of their own color, they draw a monster
slider\
12.each slider has 2 windows in different places except mai's and yugi's
which has different advantage to different monsters.
13. the top window tells you how many green dices you can roll and bottem
tells you how much you can roll the blue dices when you duel
14.a player may enter the gameshop or the building by the lights front of the
building
15. player may not visit gameshop or the trap tile spaces 2 turns in a roll

16. you can also get monster slider or trap tiles by dueling your opponent
out side of the arena

17.trap tiles: +1 hit add one hit
1 miss equals 2 hits 1 miss= 2 hits
take another turn use it to go again
arena duel you and your
opponent goes to the arena and duel for the puzzle
open eye look at your
opponent's TTs pick one and take it
move x2 your roll double your movement
lose a turn one of your
opponent losses a turn
monster swipe steal one of your
opponent's monster not inside their slider and give a monster in your slider
instant battle move your opponent
to where you are outside of the arena (not an arena duel) and duel!

18.you can only keep 3 monster slider. If more, you got to discard a monster
slider
19.green dice (3hits) blue dice (2hits)

Dueling:
1.outside duel (the better duel)
1.duel with monsters
2.roll the number of dices on the windows
3. the one who has more hits wins
4.the winner gets the monster slider of your opponent's, if none, take
a trap tile, if no trap tile, your opponent looses their turn 2. Arena duel (Boring…)
1.draw a battle card
2.if janken, rock, paper, sissor until someone win… if saikoro, roll
the dice x3. person with more hits wins… if ikusa, put down all the trap
tiles face-down you and your opponent picks one. Player with bigger number
on the top right corner of trap tile, wins.
3. the winner take all the pieces of the puzzle


there is more rules of this game but this is all I can write for now I
guess…..

- Bryanina

 

 

 

 

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