So you’ve grown up, moved out of your parents’ house and you’re ready to put away those childish reminders of your past like trading cards forever. But before you trash your deck upon deck of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, consider checking out Rage of Bahamut. The game has climbed to the top of both the App Store and Google Play grossing lists, staying on the latter for six weeks straight, so it must be doing something right.
What separates Rage of Bahamut from the scores of other virtual trading card games is its serious developer involvement. The game boasts more than 700 different cards to collect and bring to battle, and that number is only growing. Mobage also regularly organizes special events which allow players to test their mettle and walk away with a fistful of rare cards for their trouble.
Even if you’ve never been a fan of trading card games, Rage of Bahamut is definitely worth a look. It’s addictive, engaging and, best of all, free. You can download the game from the App Store and learn more about it from its (quite sparse) official website.