Duel Masters de Asobo coming to Switch this summer in Japan

Currently available for iOS and Android.

Duel Masters de Asobo

Takary Tomy will release a Switch version of free-to-play Duel Masters tutorial game DueMa de Asobou (Duel Masters de Asobo) this summer in Japan, the company announced.

Duel Masters de Asobo first launched for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play in April. Here is an overview of the app, via its store pages:

An app that teaches you how to paly Duel Masters, even if you do not have any cards.

By learning the rules with familiar decks, you can learn how to play sufficiently even if you know nothing about Duel Masters.

Use the latest starter decks and other cards to play against Joe Kirifuda and Jendle. Clearing these challenges will grant you access to read the Duel Masters manga.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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