How Many Digimon Card Games Are There?

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By Ralph Torres

If you are a Digimon fan, you might have come across the Digimon Card Game. It is a popular collectible card game based on the anime and manga series of the same name.

The game has been around for quite some time now and has seen several iterations over the years. In this article, we will take a closer look at how many Digimon card games there are.

Digimon D-Cyber

Digimon D-Cyber is the first-ever Digimon card game that was released back in 2005. It was created by Bandai Korea and was only available in South Korea. The game featured over 400 cards and was based on the third season of the anime series, Digimon Tamers.

Digimon Collectable Card Game

The second iteration of the Digimon Card Game is called the Digimon Collectable Card Game or DCCG for short. This version of the game was released in North America in 2001 by Bandai America. The game had over 300 cards and was based on the first three seasons of the anime series.

Digital Monster Card Game

The Digital Monster Card Game or DMCG is another version of the Digimon Card Game that was released in Japan back in 1999. The game featured over 200 cards and was based on the first season of the anime series.

Duel Masters/Digimon Cross Wars CCG

In 2010, Bandai released a crossover between two popular card games, Duel Masters and Digimon, called Duel Masters/Digimon Cross Wars CCG. The game featured characters from both franchises and had over 200 cards.

Digimon Adventure Trading Card Game

The most recent version of the Digimon Card Game is called Digimon Adventure Trading Card Game or DATCG for short. It was released in Japan in 2020 and is based on the latest anime series, Digimon Adventure. The game features over 200 cards and has received positive reviews from fans.


So, how many Digimon card games are there? In total, there are five major versions of the game: Digimon D-Cyber, Digimon Collectable Card Game, Digital Monster Card Game, Duel Masters/Digimon Cross Wars CCG, and Digimon Adventure Trading Card Game. Each version has its unique features and gameplay mechanics that make them worth playing for any true Digimon fan.