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May
10
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by ClanNatioy at 4:02 AM
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(I did not write this up, @LK4O4 did. So if you like this tournament report please "like" the first post LK4O4 makes in this thread no matter how crazy his first post is. Also I hope the copy and paste transferred over everything smoothly)

Hello there! Ryan (@LK4O4) here!

Last weekend, I organized an in-person Yomi tournament with several FantasyStrike.com members in Pasadena, California! And as someone who's never run an in-person tournament before, I wanted to write a report to hopefully provide some useful advice and to maybe inspire others to run a Yomi tournament in their area!

I had originally posted in the forums asking if there were Yomi players in the Los Angeles area who were interested in just meeting up. I didn't start with the idea of running a tournament, but once I got a large enough response from other players in the area, a tournament just seemed like the best...
Apr
30
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by Sirlin at 3:30 AM
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Standard registration for Fantasy Strike Expo ends this Friday. After that, only single day passes will be available, so sign up now: Sign up now.

In addition to tournaments for Yomi 2nd Edition, Pandante 2nd Edition, and Flash Duel 2nd Edition revised printing, there will also be casual play of all these games and more. You can also play Puzzle Strike, Flowchart, and Codex.

Codex has recently been massively updated and now has simpler combat, better typography, and is generally easier to understand and better looking than ever before. Flowchart is a much smaller game that's fighting game-ish, but much different than Yomi.

You can come for the tournaments, casual play of any of these games, or for the generally fun atmosphere of hanging out with other gamers. Sign up now before prices go up....
Apr
16
by Thelo at 12:22 AM
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Google Chrome today pushed an update that disables all plugins by default, including Unity Webplayer, which powers Yomi, Puzzle Strike, and Flash Duel on this website. To unblock it in Chrome in order to play our games, go to:

chrome:flags/#enable-npapi

and click "Enable", then restart the browser.

Alternatively, you can use (Windows) Firefox, which doesn't block us like this.
Apr
08
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by Sirlin at 11:47 PM
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Yomi is coming to Steam in the next few weeks! (It's already on iOS, the web, and in physical form.)

Yomi is a fighting game in card form and it's the competitive card game you should be playing. Just like in a fighting game, you have to learn your character's strengths and weaknesses, read your opponents' tendencies, and land combos when you can. Yomi is highly balanced at the expert level, and it expresses the values of a fair competitive game. You always have a full strength deck on an even playfield with your opponents.

Yomi has 20 characters, each with their own unique abilities and playstyles, leading to a whopping 210 different matchups....