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Yu-Gi-Oh! first launched in 1996 as a Japanese manga about a trading card game, spawned into an anime series in 1998, and later became an actual trading card game in 1999. The Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game was named the top selling trading card game in world in 2009 by Guinness World Records after selling well over 22 billion cards worldwide. To date, the popular trading card game has sold an incredible 35 billion cards across the globe.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Worldwide mintage of only 125 coins.
- Individual rounds are housed in a gift tin and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
- APMEXclusive® and officially licensed in partnership with KONAMI.
- Each coin is antiqued by hand, making the already impressive details of the coin stand out even further.
- Obverse: Depicts a left facing Yami Yugi in the center. The inner circle reads "Yu-Gi-Oh!" and "Game Flip Coin." The outer circle reads "25th Anniversary" and features all seven millennium puzzle pieces.
- Reverse: Displays the Niue coat of arms in the center along with the 2022 date below. Above the coat of arms is the iconic catchphrase, "It's Time to Duel." Below features the Yu-Gi-Oh! logo along with the weight, purity, metal content and denomination.
- Legal tender coin issued and guaranteed by the sovereign government of Niue.
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APMEX has teamed up with KONAMI to release a collection of officially licensed Yu-Gi-Oh! products to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the franchise. These officially licensed Yu-Gi-Oh! game flip coins make for a perfect addition for any fan of the manga, anime and trading card game.
Start every game of Yu-Gi-Oh! with this game flip coin to decide who plays first by adding this 25th Anniversary 2022 Niue 1 oz Gold $250 Yu-Gi-Oh! Game Flip Coin to your cart today!
The company was originally founded in 1969 as a jukebox rental and repair business in Japan by Kagemasa Kozuki. In the 70s, KONAMI began making coin operated arcades games. It wasn't until the early-80s when the corporation started achieving mainstream success with their hit arcade games such as Frogger, Scramble, Super Cobra and Yie Ar Kung-Fu, which was inspired by the legend, Bruce Lee. Today, KONAMI is one of the largest gaming companies in the world with an impressive portfolio of franchises like Metal Gear, Silent Hill, Castlevania and Dance Dance Revolution.
Yu-Gi-Oh! debuted as a manga in 1996, written and illustrated by Kazuki Takahashi. Published in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, it didn't take long for the manga to gain steam and eventually spawn into an anime series and later became an actual trading card game. Since being first introduced in the mid-90s, Yu-Gi-Oh! has become one of the world's largest grossing media franchises of all time.
The story follows a bullied teenager in high school, Yugi Mutou, who one day solves the ancient Millennium Puzzle. By solving the ancient Millennium Puzzle, Yugi awakens an alter-ego or spirit that likes to gamble and solve conflicts through games such as cards, dice, or role-playing board games. Yugi uses this newfound power to awaken his alter-ego known as Yami Yugi by challenging those with darkness in their hearts, but only if threatened. Yami Yugi would awaken and challenge them to a game known as Shadow Games. The game reveals the true nature of someone's heart while the loser of the contests would often be subjected to a dark punishment called a Penalty Game. Later on in the series, Yugi and his friends eventually learn that the alter-ego inside of the puzzle known as Yami Yugi is actually a nameless ancient Egyptian pharaoh who lost his memories. Yugi and his friends vow to help the ancient Egyptian pharaoh regain his lost memories. Along the journey they find themselves going through dangerous trials, wagering their lives while facing off against gamers that wield the other Millennium Items and the dark power of the Shadow Games.
The Yu-Gi-Oh card game itself is a turn-based game where you duel against an opponent and their deck of cards. The goal is to summon monster cards to attack, and reduce your opponent's Life Points. In the card game, there are three main types of cards that make up the 60-card deck: Monster Cards, Spell Cards and Trap Cards.
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