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Ayakashi: Ghost Guild for Android

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Very good
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Editors' Review


Expansive gameplay, lots of options, and absolutely gorgeous art -- we love how developers of the Ayakashi: Ghost Guild app have put enough effort to make this game as fun and competitive to play as possible. This app offers many things to keep the player busy, although it does suffer from one small Achilles' heel: The battle system is too simple.

Keeping in mind that this is a card battle role-playing game (RPG), we already expected that the interface of Ayakashi: Ghost Guild would be pretty comprehensive. But even though there are so many menus to navigate into, the main menu was quite intuitive to browse. The start of the game takes you to a friendly tutorial of its story, gameplay, and controls. The online aspect of the game also makes this app more fun and competitive, as you can fight or cooperate with another player during missions and assignments. Another aspect we have to praise is the game's graphics. All of the spirit cards are rendered in modern Japanese anime style, which makes the game more attractive to play. One thing that prevented us from totally getting into the game was that the card battles are made too simple. The effects and abilities of each card are automatically drawn out during a battle and not a whole lot of skill is needed to play the card battles, which may be a bit disappointing to any hard-core card battle player.

Ayakashi: Ghost Guild offers a lot of fun to any card-battle RPG fan. With amazing graphics and plethora of options, this app would almost be perfect if the battle system were just a bit more comprehensive.

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4 stars

"Could do better on Rare Summon"

December 07, 2012  |  By kazasou

2012-12-07 05:33:05  |  By kazasou

 |  Version: Ayakashi: Ghost Guild 1.8


- Very engaging and addictive. You just need to collect all the cards.
- Gorgeous art and very interesting artwork.
- Simple game play.
- Lots of events and prize winning rare cards are available.


- Sometimes when buying gold, it doesn't go into your account. I have use their contact support around 2 times to ask where my gold is.
- Sometimes I'm very disappointed to get the same cards that I get previously from doing Rare Summon. There should be a logic that reduces the possibilities to summon the same card that we previously already get.
- Silver is practically reserves for paying the cost of fusing your daemon. I wish they could also be useful for summoning the cards you have acquired before.


Generally, I'm very satisfied with the game. I have played for months and I haven't gotten bored of it. The events host by the game is very engaging since the prize is very interesting. RARE CARDS.

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Full Specifications

Publisher Zynga
Publisher web site
Release Date November 30, 2012
Date Added December 03, 2012
Version 1.8
Category Games
Subcategory Real-Time Strategy Games
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements Android 2.2
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File Size Not Available
File Name External File
Total Downloads 2,662
Downloads Last Week 6
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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