Much of the success of Yu-Gi-Oh! can today mainly be traced back to the trading card game published by Konami. In fact, the new seasons of the anime aren't as outstanding as the first unforgettable adventures of Yugi Muto and his companions, sprung from the imaginative mind of the late Kazuki Takahashi.

Even though the authors have added more and more bizarre, extravagant, original monsters and creatures to the card game and anime, there are few artifacts in the world of Yu-Gi-Oh that can boast of the Yu-Gi-Oh's popularity Millennium Puzzlethe pyramid-shaped puzzle that Yugi inherits from his grandfather, which somehow initiates the series' narrative and marks the connection of events to the era stretching back to ancient Egypt.

An object so representative of the first series that it still receives goods today, such as Bandai del's latest proposal Millennium Puzzle Ultimagear model kit, which, as you can see in the images below, represents the container with the different parts to be assembled in the form of a sarcophagus and is sold at a price of $43.99. It is a seemingly simple puzzle, which, as the description of the object underlines, turns out to be a real challenge of ingenuity and intuition.

Let us know what you think of this perfect Millennium Puzzle recreation in the comments. Finally, we leave you with the details of the new Yu-Gi-Oh deck Dark World and Farewell to Master Takahashi from Weekly Shonen Jump.

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