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Dinosaur King
Game Description:The spinoff of Sega's popular Mushi King games, Dinosaur King is a kids oriented title that has you battling your favorite dinosaurs. Gameplay follows the success of Mushi King, with card battles and paper-rock-scissors rules. Cards come in two forms: dinosaur cards and skill cards. Each dinosaur card has its own dinosaur, attached to one of six elemental types: fire, lighting, grass, water, earth and wind. Skill cards are further split into two types. Some allow players to use the associated skill with any dinosaur. Others require that the dinosaur be associated with a specific elemental type. Sega has created a couple of anime-style characters for Dinosaur King, Ryuta and Rex.
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