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Augmented reality game prototype is some IRL Harry Potter magic

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The only problem with playing the Yu-Gi-Oh card game in real life is that monsters don’t spawn out of the cards and wreak havoc on your opponents’ monsters.

Luckily, they can do just that with this augmented reality, fan-made prototype of a game. The fan-made Yu-Gi-Oh in Real Life, which is still in alpha, was created for the Hololens, a VR headset-like device made by Microsoft that displays graphics on its see-through visor. 

The project is being created by SlothParadise and, being a fan game, it runs the risk of being shut down by the creators of Yu-Gi-Oh if they ever publish it. At least we can dream. Read more…

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