Hi Aluigi. Thanks for your last reply; the tip worked!
Recently, I've moved onto the Decklist files found in the installer.
File comment: 6 sample Decklists, 33 Kb in overall size.
Deck files.zip [11.69 KiB]
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Most of them use the .ydc file format, apparently a well-known file extension from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos
PC games. However, my trouble is that I can't find any program online that can "translate" these Decklists, without actually reading them via the YGO games.
Would it be possible for you to "translate" them? I'd expect the Decklists to be composed of various 4-digit numbers, representing individual cards. (Some of these 4-digit numbers could be repeated twice or 3 times, to represent 2-3 copies of a card in a Deck. Also, it should be impossible for any of these numbers to have a value less than "4007".)
Some cards could theoretically have 5 digits, but I don't believe the game had enough unique cards for that. It's also possible that the cards are represented by 8-digit numbers instead, but I think that's less likely.
Also, some of the Decklists have a .iid file extension, which I've found no information on. I'd assume they'd be similar to the .ydc files though?
If you can help, thank you.