This is a list of video games with mechanics based on collectible card games. It includes games which directly simulate collectible card games (often called digital collectible card games), arcade games integrated with physical collectible card games, and video games in other genres which utilize elements of deck-building or card battling as a significant portion of their game mechanics. It does not include games which only feature card collecting or card battling as a minigame, nor does it include games which simulate traditional card games such as solitaire or poker.

Legend

Video game platforms
3DS Nintendo 3DS
Arcade Arcade video game
BROW Browser game
DROI Android
DC Dreamcast
DS Nintendo DS
GBA Game Boy Advance
GBC Game Boy Color
GCN GameCube
iOS iOS
LIN Linux
MAC Mac
MOBI Mobile phone
NEO Neo Geo
NES Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom
NX Nintendo Switch
PS1 PlayStation / PSone
PS2 PlayStation 2
PS3 PlayStation 3
PS4 PlayStation 4
PSP PlayStation Portable
PSV PlayStation Vita
SAT Sega Saturn
SNES Super NES / Super Famicom
Wii Wii
WIN Microsoft Windows
WS WonderSwan
X360 Xbox 360
XBLA Xbox Live Arcade
XOne Xbox One
  

List of games

This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources.

Year[a] Game Developer Series[b] Platform Notes
1989 Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu Bandai Dragon Ball NES [1]
1992 Arcana HAL Laboratory SNES [2]
1992 Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budokai Bandai Dragon Ball NES Utilizes Datach Joint Rom System card reader attachment to select characters[1]
1993 Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans Tose Dragon Ball NES [3]
1997 Chron X Genetic Anomalies WIN [4]
1997 Culdcept OmiyaSoft Culdcept DS, PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP, SAT [5]
1997 Magic: The Gathering MicroProse Magic: The Gathering WIN No multiplayer component[6]
1997 Magic: The Gathering: BattleMage Acclaim Entertainment Magic: The Gathering PS1, WIN [7]
1998 Pokémon Trading Card Game Hudson Soft, Creatures Pokémon 3DS, GBC Based on the Pokémon Trading Card Game[8]
1998 Sanctum Digital Addiction WIN Servers taken over by fan organization Nioga in 2000, and were shut down in 2010[9]
1998 Yu-Gi-Oh! Various Yu-Gi-Oh! Various Based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. Since 1998, 56 video games based on the franchise have been released across numerous platforms.[10]
1999 Monster Rancher Battle Card Game GRC Monster Rancher GBC [11]
1999 SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash SNK SNK vs. Capcom NEO
1999 Tekken Card Challenge Namco Tekken WS [12]
2000 Digimon Digital Card Battle Bandai Entertainment Company Digimon PS1 Based on the Digimon Collectible Card Game[13]
2000 Trade & Battle: Card Hero Nintendo R&D1, Intelligent Systems Card Hero 3DS, GBC [14]
2001 Culdcept Second OmiyaSoft Culdcept DC [15]
2001 Gensō Suikoden Card Stories Will Suikoden GBA [16]
2001 Magi Nation Interactive Imagination Magi-Nation Duel GBC Based on Magi-Nation Duel[17]
2001 Magic: The Gathering Sega Magic: The Gathering DC Japan-only release[18]
2001 Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team Great Rocket! Hudson Soft, Creatures Pokémon GBC Based on the Pokémon Trading Card Game[19]
2001 SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters 2 Expand Edition SNK SNK vs. Capcom NEO
2001 WWE With Authority! Genetic Anomalies World Wrestling Entertainment WIN Originally released as WWF With Authority!, the game's title was changed after the WWF name dispute[20]
2002 Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game Atari Dragon Ball GBA Based on the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game
2002 Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors Banpresto Dragon Ball GBC
2002 Lost Kingdoms FromSoftware Lost Kingdoms GCN [21]
2002 Magic: The Gathering Online Leaping Lizard Software, Wizards of the Coast Magic: The Gathering WIN [22]
2002 World Club Champion Football Hitmaker, Sega Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game. Since its debut in 2002, it has sold over 850 million player cards, making it one of the best-selling arcade digital collectible card games.[23]
2002 X: Card of Fate Access Software X WS [24]
2003 Azumanga Daioh Advance King Records Azumanga Daioh GBA [25]
2003 Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Monolith Soft, tri-Crescendo Baten Kaitos GCN [26]
2003 Duel Masters Various Duel Masters Various Since 2003, video games based on the franchise have been released across numerous platforms.[27]
2003 Lost Kingdoms II FromSoftware Lost Kingdoms GCN [28]
2003 Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge Inti Creates, Capcom Production Studio 2 Mega Man Battle Network GBA, WiiU, WS [29]
2003 Mushiking: The King of Beetles Sega Mushiking: The King of Beetles Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game. Holds the Guinness World Record for most tournaments held for a single arcade game.[30]
2003 Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution Sonic Team Phantasy Star GCN Official servers discontinued in April 2007[31]
2003 Star Chamber: The Harbinger Saga Nayantara Studios MAC, WIN Official servers discontinued in March 2012[32]
2004 Alteil Dex Entertainment BROW [33]
2004 Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Square Enix, Jupiter Kingdom Hearts GBA, PS2 [34]
2004 Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance! Sega Arcade, DS Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[35]
2004 Metal Gear Acid Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Metal Gear MOBI, PSP [36]
2004 Phantom Dust Microsoft Game Studios, Code Mystics WIN, XB, XOne [37]
2005 Dinosaur King Sega Dinosaur King Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[38]
2005 Data Carddass Dragon Ball Z Bandai Dragon Ball Arcade Data Carddass arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game
2005 Konjiki no Gashbell!! The Card Battle for GBA Banpresto Zatch Bell! GBA Based on Zatch Bell! The Card Battle[39]
2005 Metal Gear Acid 2 Kojima Productions Metal Gear MOBI, PSP [40]
2005 Sangokushi Taisen Sega AM1, Shade Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game. Based on the Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.[41]
2006 Baten Kaitos Origins Monolith Soft, tri-Crescendo Baten Kaitos GCN [42]
2006 Culdcept Saga OmiyaSoft Culdcept X360 [43]
2006 Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales h.a.n.d. Chocobo series DS [44]
2006 Kirarin Revolution Atlus Kirarin Revolution Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[45]
2006 Mega Man Star Force Capcom Mega Man Star Force DS Released in three versions, Leo, Pegasus, and Dragon[46]
2006 PoxNora Octopi Media Design Lab, Sony Online Entertainment, Desert Owl Games BROW, PS4, PSV [47]
2006 SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS SNK SNK vs. Capcom DS [48]
2006 Urban Rivals Acute Games BROW, DROI, iOS, WIN [49]
2006 Warhammer: Battle for Atluma JV Games Warhammer Fantasy PSP Based on the WarCry trading card game[50]
2006 Yggdra Union Sting Entertainment Dept. Heaven GBA, PSP [51]
2007 Chaotic Online 4Kids Entertainment, TC Digital Games, Chaotic USA Chaotic MAC, WIN Based on the Chaotic Trading Card Game
2007 Dinosaur King Climax Entertainment Dinosaur King DS [38]
2007 Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu Bandai Entertainment Company Dragon Ball DS [52][53]
2007 Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Rocket Studio, Eighting Dragon Quest Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[54]
2007 The Eye of Judgment Japan Studio The Eye of Judgment PS3 Utilizes the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral to read physical cards. Official servers discontinued in September 2010.[55]
2007 Fullmetal Alchemist Trading Card Game Destineer Fullmetal Alchemist DS Based on the Fullmetal Alchemist Trading Card Game first published by Joyride Entertainment in 2005[56][57]
2007 Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero Nintendo SPD, Intelligent Systems Card Hero DS Spiritual successor to Trade & Battle: Card Hero[58]
2007 Legends of Norrath Sony Online Entertainment EverQuest MAC, WIN [59]
2007 Marvel Trading Card Game Vicious Cycle Software, 1st Playable Productions, Engine Software Marvel Comics DS, PSP, WIN Based on the Marvel Trading Card Game published by Upper Deck Entertainment[60]
2007 Mega Man Star Force 2 Capcom Mega Man Star Force DS Released in two versions, Zerker × Saurian and Zerker × Ninja[61]
2007 PreCure All Stars Data Carddass Bandai Pretty Cure Arcade Data Carddass arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[62]
2008 Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Bandai Kamen Rider Arcade Data Carddass arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game
2008 Lord of Vermilion Think Garage Lord of Vermilion Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[63]
2008 Mega Man Star Force 3 Capcom Mega Man Star Force DS Released in two versions, Black Ace and Red Joker[64]
2008 Saga Silverlode Interactive WIN [65]
2009 Bakugan Battle Brawlers NOW Production Bakugan Battle Brawlers DS, PS2, PS3, Wii, X360 [66]
2009 Jewelpet: The Glittering Magical Jewel Box Sega Jewelpet Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[67]
2009 Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers Stainless Games Magic: The Gathering PS3, WIN, XBLA [68]
2010 Apron of Magic Examu, VERVE, Bergsala Lightweight AB Sanrio company Arcade, iOS Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[69]
2010 Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Arcade Battler Sega Bakugan Battle Brawlers Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[70]
2010 Dragon Ball Heroes Bandai Dragon Ball Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game. By May 2016, the game had sold 400 million cards and grossed over ¥40 billion ($365 million).[71][72]
2010 The Eye of Judgment: Legends Japan Studio The Eye of Judgment PSP Unlike the original PS3 game, Legends uses a completely virtual card system. Official servers discontinued August 2012.[73]
2010 Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride: Card Battle War Bandai Kamen Rider Arcade Port of Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride arcade game, but without physical cards[74]
2011 Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer Playdek DROI, iOS Available in both digital and physical formats[75]
2011 Cabals: Magic & Battle Cards Kyy Games BROW, MAC, MOBI, WIN [76]
2011 Card no Renketsu Densha de Go! Taito, Square Enix Densha de Go! Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[77]
2011 Magic: The Gathering – Tactics Sony Online Entertainment Magic: The Gathering WIN Official servers discontinued in March 2014[78]
2011 Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 Stainless Games Magic: The Gathering PS3, WIN, XBLA [79]
2011 Mobile Suit Gundam: Try Age Bandai Mobile Suit Gundam Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[80]
2011 Pokémon TCG Online Dire Wolf Digital Pokémon BROW, DROI, iOS, MAC, WIN Based on the Pokémon Trading Card Game[81]
2011 Rage of Bahamut Cygames Rage of Bahamut BROW, DROI, iOS [82]
2011 Shadow Era Wulven Studios DROI, iOS, MAC, WIN Available in both digital and physical formats
2012 Aikatsu! Bandai Aikatsu! Arcade Data Carddass arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[83]
2012 Chōsoku Henkei Gyrozetter Square Enix Chōsoku Henkei Gyrozetter Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[84]
2012 Culdcept 3DS OmiyaSoft Culdcept 3DS [85]
2012 Endgame: Syria GameTheNews BROW, DROI [86]
2012 Ensemble Girls! Happy Elements K. K. Ensemble Girls BROW, DROI, iOS [87]
2012 Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur Square Enix Million Arthur DROI, iOS [88]
2012 Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 Stainless Games Magic: The Gathering iOS, PS3, WIN, XBLA [89]
2012 Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle Konami Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[90]
2013 Card Hunter Blue Manchu BROW, MAC, WIN [91]
2013 Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission Bandai Dragon Ball 3DS Port of Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game, but without physical cards[92]
2013 Hello Kitty's Magic Apron Bergsala Lightweight AB Sanrio company 3DS [93]
2013 K-On! Hōkago Rhythm Time Atlus K-On! Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[94]
2013 Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Stainless Games Magic: The Gathering DROI, iOS, PS3, WIN, XBLA [95]
2013 Chōsoku Henkei Gyrozetter Arubarosu Wings Square Enix Chōsoku Henkei Gyrozetter 3DS Port of Chōsoku Henkei Gyrozetter arcade game, but without physical cards[96]
2014 Ange Vierge: The Second Disciplinary Committee Girls Battle Sega Ange Vierge DROI, iOS Development discontinued May 2017[97]
2014 Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 Bandai Dragon Ball 3DS [98]
2014 Hearthstone Blizzard Entertainment Warcraft DROI, iOS, MAC, WIN [99]
2014 K-On! Hōkago Rhythm Selection Sega K-On! Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[100]
2014 Kai-Ri-Sei Million Arthur Square Enix Million Arthur DROI, iOS [101]
2014 Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015 Stainless Games, Wizards of the Coast Magic: The Gathering DROI, iOS, WIN, XBLA, XOne [102]
2015 Hand of Fate Defiant Development Hand of Fate LIN, MAC, PS4, WIN, XOne [103]
2015 Magic Duels Stainless Games Magic: The Gathering iOS, WIN, XOne Removed from storefronts and purchases disabled November 2019, but remains playable[104]
2015 Tabletop Simulator Berserk Games LIN, MAC, WIN Simulates tabletop games, including card games, in a multiplayer physics sandbox[105]
2016 Culdcept Revolt OmiyaSoft Culdcept 3DS [106]
2016 Duelyst Counterplay Games WIN Official servers discontinued in February 2020[107]
2016 Eternal Dire Wolf Digital DROI, iOS, NX, WIN, XOne [108]
2016 Forced: Showdown BetaDwarf LIN, MAC, WIN [109]
2016 Hex: Shards of Fate Cryptozoic Entertainment MAC, WIN, PS4 [110]
2016 KanColle Arcade Sega AM2 Kantai Collection Arcade Arcade game integrated with physical collectible card game[111]
2016 Plants vs. Zombies Heroes PopCap Games Plants vs. Zombies DROI, iOS [112]
2016 Shadowverse Cygames Shadowverse DROI, iOS [113]
2016 SolForge Stone Blade Entertainment DROI, iOS, LIN, MAC, WIN Official servers discontinued in 2017.[114]
2017 Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X Bandai Dragon Ball 3DS [115]
2017 The Elder Scrolls: Legends Dire Wolf Digital, Sparkypants Studios The Elder Scrolls DROI, iOS, MAC, WIN Development halted in December 2019, but servers remain accessible[116]
2017 Faeria Abrakam LIN, MAC, WIN [117]
2017 South Park: Phone Destroyer RedLynx South Park DROI, iOS [118]
2017 Mythgard Rhino Games WIN
2018 Artifact Valve Dota LIN, MAC, WIN [119]
2018 Caller's Bane Mojang DROI, MAC, WIN Originally named Scrolls[120]
2018 Fable Fortune Flaming Fowl Studios, Mediatonic Fable WIN, XOne [121]
2018 Gwent: The Witcher Card Game CD Projekt Red The Witcher PS4, WIN, XOne [122]
2018 Deep Sky Derelicts Snowhound Games Fulqrum Publishing WIN, LIN, MAC, NX, PS4, XOne [123]
2019 SteamWorld Quest Image & Form SteamWorld NX, WIN, MAC, LIN [124]
2019 Teppen GungHo Online Entertainment, Capcom DROI, iOS Originall named Project Battle.[125][126]
2019 Magic: The Gathering Arena Wizards Digital Games Studio Magic: The Gathering DROI, iOS, MAC, WIN [127]
2019 Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission Bandai Dragon Ball NX, WIN Includes cards and characters from the first eight Super Dragon Ball Heroes arcade games and the first two versions of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission.[128][129]
2020 Kards 1939 Games WIN WW2-themed digital collectible card game
2020 Legends of Runeterra Riot Games League of Legends DROI, iOS, WIN [130]
2021 Doctor Who: Worlds Apart Reality Gaming Group Doctor Who WIN, MOB [131]
2022 Marvel Snap Second Dinner MARVEL DROI, iOS, WIN [132]
2022 Genius Invokation (in Genshin Impact) miHoYo WIN, iOS, DROI, PS4 [133]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Year of initial release, regardless of region
  2. ^ Standalone properties not associated to any other media are denoted with —

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