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  • Summary: "Collect demons to be the most powerful ghost agent! Ayakashi: Ghost Guild is the definitive version of gorgeous card battle RPGs! ?Mysterious fantasy themed card battle RPG ?++?Ayakashi: Ghost Guild?++?Create the most powerful demon deck as a ghost agent?Ayakashi: Ghost Guild is a free role-playing / card battle game with a rich story line of the battles with ghosts and other agents.Enjoy the world of Ayakashi: Ghost Guild filled with gorgeously designed demon cards and beautiful music! + What is Ayakashi: Ghost Guild? ?Game description?As a ghost agent, players try to come to grips with the mysterious events occurring around them. These events are being triggered by legendary creatures with enigmatic power beyond comprehension. Players must attempt to gain control of ghosts and bring them under their power, changing them to a demon. Throughout the rich story line, players must battle against scores of ghosts as well as rival agents.?Loads of beautifully designed demon cards for you to collect!?The game boasts gorgeous demons from all over the world, emanating from three distinct origins – Phantom, Divina, and Anima. Drawing the player deep into the game, they must fight through spectacular battles to collect them all and complete the Demon Scroll.+StorySince ancient times...sprites, magical creatures, ghouls, heavenly spirits and other beings with unworldly powers have been striking fear, and occasionally wonder into human hearts everywhere. These beings are better known as... Ghosts.Unbeknownst to us, a special group has been protecting humanity from these ghosts' spooky deeds. These people are known as... Ghost Agents.A young agent with the power to communicate with ghosts, and sufficient talent to put them to use as demons, has appeared...+How to play?Collect demons by summoning and progressing through the story?Players can obtain demons as they make progress through the story, and they can get rare demons by summoning them. In addition, players can get rare demons by collecting all the sealed stones in the story, which will release a rare demon.?Negotiate with ghosts to add them to your demon collection?As a ghost agent, the player has the chance to recruit ghosts to serve them as a demon after they have been defeated. The negotiation is not guaranteed to go well, and there is a chance the ghost will reject the offer so the player may have to rely on luck.?Enhance demons?Once the player has obtained a demon, they can be enhanced by fusing them with other demons. Leveling up your demons will improve their abilities and increase particular skill levels, which is crucial in battling other players.?Facebook fan page?Check out the latest event updates and game characters description here! http://www.facebook.com/zynga.ayakashi" Collapse
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  1. Oct 26, 2012
    Ayakashi: Ghost Guild is not a bad game, but interested parties might be better off thinking of it as an interactive novel instead of a card game. As the former, it offers a decent paranormal story with some great artwork. As the latter, it's a basic, hands-off experience with lackluster presentation.
  2. Nov 25, 2012
    Fun for the first few days, but you'll eventually find yourself wondering why you would want to spend so much money on rather basic gameplay. Thankfully, if you're patient you can enjoy what's on offer every now and again for free – and that's worth it.
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  1. Oct 19, 2014
    Simply put the best phone game I've ever played. Its addictive, but not too repetitive and has a deep and interesting story. I really really support this as one of the only phone games I've ever truly enjoyed. Expand