Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Update 2 Now Available!

The next update to YuGiOh For HoloLens is now live on YouTube and the code changes have been pushed and are also live on GitHub. Check out the video and if you like, you can download the game from GitHub and play around with it if you like. As always, if you have any feedback or suggestions, let me know! In this update, I've added some sound effects, special card soundtracks, new and bigger monsters, better performance, and by popular request, Dark Magician Girl (currently very buggy). I don't know if the sound effects and soundtrack will be able to remain in future builds, but we'll see. The next update will have animations as well a lot of big major changes since we have some more contributors to the project now! Until then though, enjoy this update video!

In case the video doesn't work or look right, here's a direct link to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uK0b2LQlvg


  1. Is this a headset you wear? And how expensive will it be? If I can offer one thing is make the gods even bigger, you want to strike fear in your opponent.

    1. Yes it's a headset that you wear. The Developer Edition currently costs $3000, but I expect once the Consumer Edition is released in a year or so, it will only cost $1000 or less. That's just my guess though, I really have no idea how much it will actually cost upon release. And I'll look into making the god cards bigger. We'll see how it works out. Thanks for the suggestions!

  2. I do have a suggestion, you might want to look into some physical pieces to help with spatial tracking and possibly with the cards as well. The card part is less important at this point but it would make interface simpler in the future. The spatial thing though, is something you should solve early on, otherwise it could be a bigger problem later.