Yu-Gi-Oh TGC Viewer idea

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by megawalk, Dec 3, 2008.

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  1. I Want it Somebody make it Now!

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  2. Screw that Card Game i hate it >,<

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  1. megawalk
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    megawalk The Legendary SRW Addict

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    you know, wouldn't it be handy to create a Yu-Gi-Oh TGC Viewer ?
    or any TGC Viewer ?
    with a simple basic simulation with basic options ?
    its pretty simple but its a idea i can't help it i am a idea-bomb
    (dead terrorist hehe)
    any suggestion to it yes no ?
    check the poll for more
    also i give a hint towards cards
    take the time steady and slow and make it biiiiig
     
  2. Shichiroukun

    Shichiroukun Member

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    how you mean? like you get a list of cards and you choose the ones you have, and then you know how powerful it is or something? if thats it i think it would be handy most likely with the DS yugioh games.
     
  3. Noitora

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    If you're talking about a card enclyclopedia, then there's an official one released in the form of a commercial game :/
    I don't get your English D:
     
  4. megawalk
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    megawalk The Legendary SRW Addict

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    yes a card encyclopedia thats even more completer then Yu-Gi-Oh Gx: Card Almanac
    that game only contains 30% if you ask me of all cards >,<
    and frankly said i hate that since Crossroads of Chaos booster pack got released (I Demand Elemental Hero Divine Neos NOW!)
    if there is a way to make such a system on as a homebrew i am willing to take 3.000 screenshots of those cards and put them listed in homebrew
    make a checkmark system so that lets you know if you have it or not (had does count as Not)
    that kind of way
     
  5. Chrono_Tata

    Chrono_Tata GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Well, there's already a wiki that lists all the card details (along with data about the show and related stuff).

    http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

    If someone is mad enough to put all this in a DS homebrew.
     
  6. megawalk
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    megawalk The Legendary SRW Addict

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    then he would 100% win in a homebrew competition for sure
     
  7. benjifs

    benjifs Advanced Member

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    couldnt you use the dswiki viewer with that yugioh wiki thing? that could work
     
  8. superdude

    superdude GBAtemp Regular

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    i don't know i for one love this idea you could make a team but i would say just start with card pictures and there text
     
  9. megawalk
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    megawalk The Legendary SRW Addict

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    the wiki makes my computer spin and i dont know how it does that (yeh imagine that using my ds, BOOM!)
     
  10. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    I dont think that there is enough of a demand for Yu-Gi-Oh to warrant this as a major project. Many 4-5 years ago when the franchise was popular but not now.
     
  11. megawalk
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    megawalk The Legendary SRW Addict

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    then do it uhhhhh....for...another.....card game ?
    what would you like ?
     
  12. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    What do you mean? Trading card games are a waste of money in my opinion. I would not suggest anyone spend their time on an applicatio0n like this.
     
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