Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is a very popular game right now based on the popular trading card game and anime series. It is also very popular here on our site that we have already featured many decks and guides about the game.
While the game is fun to play, you can only play it in Portrait Mode. So you have to play it while holding your phone vertically. If you want to play Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links on Landscape mode, there are some ways, however, limited it may be:
Note: This article is by no means a vote of encouragement that you play the game in a way that developers don’t intend you to. Please thread lightly.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Landscape Mode:
Force Tablet Mode on your Emulator:
If you are already playing Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links on an emulator, you can force it to go to Tablet Mode. Bluestacks has this option and can force it to go into Tablet mode. AmiDuos seems to not have this option, even if you click “Rotate Screen”.
Use Rotation Control on Android:
If you are playing Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links on Android, it is possible for you to force landscape mode on your tablet if you use the Rotation Control App which you can download on Google Play. This was tested on a tablet and of course, it does not make sense to force landscape mode if you are on a 4-inch phone.
Would you like to play Duel Links in Landscape Mode?
Playing Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links in landscape mode is certainly a breath of fresh air, especially if you have been playing it for a long time and getting sick of the portrait format. We certainly have no idea why Konami wouldn’t want to have it in landscape format. However, we hope the developers will support this function in the future, especially for users playing the game on tablets.