List of collectible card games

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See collectible card game for information on this genre.

Numbered links refer to the game's official website. Unless otherwise noted, all dates listed should be considered as the North American release date.

For the list of online collectible card games, see the section near the bottom. Note that this refers to games in which one purchases (or redeems codes for) online cards. This does not refer to stand-alone video game products which simulate this activity; such games belong in their own section further down. Hence, Chron X is an example of the former, while Digimon Digital Card Battle is an example of the latter.

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Games by release[edit]

1993 releases[edit]

1994 releases[edit]

1995 releases[edit]

1996 releases[edit]

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1998 releases[edit]

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2001 releases[edit]

2002 releases[edit]

2003 releases[edit]

2004 releases[edit]

2005 releases[edit]

2006 releases[edit]

2007 releases[edit]

2008 releases[edit]

2009 releases[edit]

2010 releases[edit]

2011 releases[edit]

2012 releases[edit]

2013 releases[edit]

2014 releases[edit]

2015 releases[edit]

2016 releases[edit]

Collectible common-deck card games[edit]

These card games are very similar to regular CCGs; however, they do not meet the strict definition, because collecting nor trading occurs. These games don't use personal decks but instead a shared deck or common deck.[36]

Non-collectible customizable card games[edit]

While very similar to CCGs, these games lack randomness to the distribution of the cards. Many of the games were sold as complete sets and are therefore not collectible, for example, such as needing to collect the cards from separately sold booster packs. Some of these were meant to be traditional CCGs with booster packs, but the booster packs were never released.[36]

Notable non-collectible games[edit]

This is a catch-all category for those games that appear similar to CCGs but don't meet the strict definition in one way or another.[36]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b Kings And Legends
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  8. ^ http://ws-tcg.com/
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  12. ^ http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/17351.html
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  14. ^ [spygame.com, llc]
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  16. ^ Astarum: TCG at Wikispaces
  17. ^ [11]
  18. ^ [12]
  19. ^ BattleCraft @ GamesHydra
  20. ^ [13]
  21. ^ Fenix TCG
  22. ^ [14]
  23. ^ [15]
  24. ^ [16]
  25. ^ DRAKERZ-Confrontation
  26. ^ [17]
  27. ^ [18]
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  31. ^ [22]
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  34. ^ [25]
  35. ^ [26]
  36. ^ a b c Miller, John Jackson (2003), Scrye Collectible Card Game Checklist & Price Guide, Second Edition, p. 688. 
  37. ^ Daniel Griego (2012-07-31). "Shadowfist: Combat in Kowloon". Kickstarter. Retrieved 2014-01-07.