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* ''Lightseekers'', which can also be used with a video game for mobile devices.[[note]]The game uses augmented reality to scan various power ups and items from the cards into the game for the PlayerCharacter to use.[[/note]]
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* ''Manga/InuYasha''
* ''Manga/OnePiece''
* The [[LongRunners long-running]] ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' franchise has had two [=CCGs=] in its time: the Japanese-made ''Gundam War'' and the US-made ''Gundam MS War''. ''MS War'' was poorly designed and died quickly, while ''Gundam War'' didn't do much better when it was imported to the States because of anime's decline at the time. However, the game continues to run unabetted in Japan.

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* The [[LongRunners long-running]] ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' franchise has had two [=CCGs=] in its time: the Japanese-made ''Gundam War'' and the US-made ''Gundam MS War''. ''MS War'' was poorly designed and died quickly, while ''Gundam War'' didn't do much better when it was imported to the States because of anime's decline at the time. However, the game continues to run unabetted in Japan.Japan.
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''

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* ''Anime/SailorMoon''
* ''Manga/FruitsBasket''

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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan''
* ''Manga/ShamanKing''

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* ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}''
* ''Anime/YuGiOh'', which is quite popular (more precisely, the most popular TCG in the world). And before that,
there's [[TabletopGame/YuGiOhCarddasVersion Yu-Gi-Oh! (Carddas Version)]].

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* ''Anime/YuGiOh'', which is quite popular (more precisely, the most popular TCG in the world). And before that,
that, there's [[TabletopGame/YuGiOhCarddasVersion Yu-Gi-Oh! (Carddas Version)]].



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* The VS System, a [=TCG=] built around comic books, primarily those of Marvel and DC, that was reasonably successful for a while. There were at three earlier attempts to make a comic book [=TCG=]: Overpower (Marvel, then DC), [=ReCharge=] (Marvel only), and the Edutainment card game Genio involving Marvel superheroes.

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* The VS System, ''VS System'', a [=TCG=] built around comic books, primarily those of Marvel Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} and DC, Creator/{{DC|Comics}}, that was reasonably successful for a while. There were at three earlier attempts to make a comic book [=TCG=]: Overpower (Marvel, then DC), [=ReCharge=] (Marvel only), and the Edutainment card game Genio involving Marvel superheroes.



* Both ''Film/HarryPotter'' and ''Film/LordOfTheRings'' each got one when the movies came out.

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* Both ''Film/HarryPotter'' and ''Film/LordOfTheRings'' each got one when the movies came out.out.
** As did ''Film/LordOfTheRings''.



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** Before losing their license in 2001, Decipher cashed in and made some spinoffs, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jedi_Knights_Trading_Card_Game Jedi Knights]] and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young_Jedi_Collectible_Card_Game Young Jedi.]] The first one, based on the Original Trilogy, lasted for only three sets and used computer-generated imagery instead of movie stills. The second one was based on ''ThePhantomMenace'' and had even more simplistic game mechanics. Both were aimed at the younger audience.
** In 2002 ''Creator/LucasArts'' took the license away from Decipher and gave it to WizardsOfTheCoast, which created a TCG for ''Episode II'' as a Revenue Enhancing Device. It barely made it to ''Episode III'', but still retains some of its followers today. Probably the second-known ''Franchise/StarWars'' card game.

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** Before losing their license in 2001, Decipher cashed in and made some spinoffs, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jedi_Knights_Trading_Card_Game Jedi Knights]] and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young_Jedi_Collectible_Card_Game Young Jedi.]] The first one, based on the Original Trilogy, lasted for only three sets and used computer-generated imagery instead of movie stills. The second one was based on ''ThePhantomMenace'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' and had even more simplistic game mechanics. Both were aimed at the younger audience.
** In 2002 ''Creator/LucasArts'' Creator/LucasArts took the license away from Decipher and gave it to WizardsOfTheCoast, Creator/WizardsOfTheCoast, which created a TCG for ''Episode II'' as a Revenue Enhancing Device. It barely made it to ''Episode III'', but still retains some of its followers today. Probably the second-known ''Franchise/StarWars'' card game.



** ''StarWarsGalaxies TradingCardGame'', apart from being the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' card game online, was different from its predecessors in using artwork by world-class artists instead of movie stills and being focused almost entirely on ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' material, which previous games only touched at best. Unfortunately, being tied to the ''StarWarsGalaxies'' didn't do it justice: the MMO was already in decline and restricting the game to current and former SWG subscribers limited the potential player base to several hundred people at its best. Nevertheless, the game survived thanks to MMO players buying virtual boosters while hunting rare loot items and spawned 8 sets with thousand of beautiful artworks, until it got shot down along with the MMO that gave birth to it in late 2011.

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** ''StarWarsGalaxies TradingCardGame'', ''VideoGame/StarWarsGalaxies TCG'', apart from being the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' card game online, was different from its predecessors in using artwork by world-class artists instead of movie stills and being focused almost entirely on ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' material, which previous games only touched at best. Unfortunately, being tied to the ''StarWarsGalaxies'' didn't do it justice: the MMO was already in decline and restricting the game to current and former SWG subscribers limited the potential player base to several hundred people at its best. Nevertheless, the game survived thanks to MMO players buying virtual boosters while hunting rare loot items and spawned 8 sets with thousand of beautiful artworks, until it got shot down along with the MMO that gave birth to it in late 2011.2011.
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
* ''Series/TheXFiles''. Both ironically and appropriately, the basic mechanics of the ''X-Files'' CCG were also used for a ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' CCG.

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Both ironically and appropriately, the basic mechanics of the ''X-Files'' CCG were also used for a ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' CCG.CCG.
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** Bandai collaborated with Cardass to produce ''Franchise/Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride'' (later upgraded into ''Ganbarizing'') as a tie-in with ''Series/KamenRiderDecade''; what makes this example unusual is it's an ''arcade'' card game, with the machine capable of reading a barcode on the cards and pulling up a character model for the character to be used in battle. The "Data Cardass" system was later used to make ''Super Sentai Battle Dice-O'' (itself inspired by the card-using ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'') and branched out into anime franchises with ''VideoGame/DragonBallHeroes'' and ''Mobile Suit Gundam Try-Age''. All four games use very similar mechanics, including the use of TacticalRockPaperScissors.

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** Bandai collaborated with Cardass to produce ''Franchise/Kamen ''[[Franchise/KamenRider Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride'' Ganbaride]]'' (later upgraded into ''Ganbarizing'') as a tie-in with ''Series/KamenRiderDecade''; what makes this example unusual is it's an ''arcade'' card game, with the machine capable of reading a barcode on the cards and pulling up a character model for the character to be used in battle. The "Data Cardass" system was later used to make ''Super Sentai Battle Dice-O'' (itself inspired by the card-using ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'') and branched out into anime franchises with ''VideoGame/DragonBallHeroes'' and ''Mobile Suit Gundam Try-Age''. All four games use very similar mechanics, including the use of TacticalRockPaperScissors.



* "Series/Animorphs" had one made by Decipher. To be honest, it's more of a board game than a card game.

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* Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/IlluminatiNewWorldOrder'' was a collectible version of their previous classic ''{{Illuminati}}''.
* Guardians of Order produced a small number of card games whose mechanics were inspired by their Tri-Stat system; one such title was ''Anime/SailorMoon''.

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* Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/IlluminatiNewWorldOrder'' was a collectible version of their previous classic ''{{Illuminati}}''.
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* Guardians of Order produced a small number of card games whose mechanics were inspired by their Tri-Stat system; one such title was ''Anime/SailorMoon''.''Sailor Moon''.



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* Filsinger Games made two card games about running a wrestling promotion, one based on Wrestling/RingOfHonor and the other on Wrestling/{{Chikara}}. It also did a game dedicated to legends of wrestling.[[/folder]]

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' had its own GBA game [[CardBattleGame which incorporated cards]].

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' had its own GBA game [[CardBattleGame which incorporated cards]].



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* ''{{Transformers}}'' had at least two, both primarily based on the [[Film/{{Transformers}} live-action movies]]. The first was a "3D Battle-Card Game": characters were represented as punch-out buildable cards that could either be built as vehicles/animals or out-of-proportion OffModel robots ([[http://tfwiki.net/w2/images2/thumb/1/10/3DBattleCard_OptimusPrime.jpg/300px-3DBattleCard_OptimusPrime.jpg here's Optimus, for those interested]]), and the game could easily be played without the card models. Only two sets were released. The second is a more traditional TCG, currently exclusive to Japan; time will tell whether it'll be more successful.

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* ''{{Transformers}}'' ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' had at least two, both primarily based on the [[Film/{{Transformers}} live-action movies]]. The first was a "3D Battle-Card Game": characters were represented as punch-out buildable cards that could either be built as vehicles/animals or out-of-proportion OffModel robots ([[http://tfwiki.net/w2/images2/thumb/1/10/3DBattleCard_OptimusPrime.jpg/300px-3DBattleCard_OptimusPrime.jpg here's Optimus, for those interested]]), and the game could easily be played without the card models. Only two sets were released. The second is a more traditional TCG, currently exclusive to Japan; time will tell whether it'll be more successful.



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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycèe_Trading_Card_Game Lycèe Trading Card Game,]]''[[labelnote:*]]reads "ree-say"[[/labelnote]] [[/index]]CCG with mostly-{{Bishoujo}} characters from various popular {{Visual Novel}}s. Includes licensed characters from Creator/TypeMoon, Creator/KeyVisualArts, Creator/AliceSoft, [[Creator/{{Utawarerumono}} Leaf]], Creator/NitroPlus, etc. [[http://www.lycee-tcg.com/card_list/index.cgi 6000+ cards]] and growing.[[index]]

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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lycèe_Trading_Card_Game Lycèe Trading Card Game,]]''[[labelnote:*]]reads "ree-say"[[/labelnote]] [[/index]]CCG CCG with mostly-{{Bishoujo}} characters from various popular {{Visual Novel}}s. Includes licensed characters from Creator/TypeMoon, Creator/KeyVisualArts, Creator/AliceSoft, [[Creator/{{Utawarerumono}} Leaf]], Creator/NitroPlus, etc. [[http://www.lycee-tcg.com/card_list/index.cgi 6000+ cards]] and growing.growing.
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* ''FireEmblem'' had a [=TCG=] in Japan, covering from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Monsho no Nazo]]'' through to ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Thracia 776]]''. This was discontinued in 2004.

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* ''FireEmblem'' ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' had a [=TCG=] in Japan, covering from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Monsho no Nazo]]'' through to ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Thracia 776]]''. This was discontinued in 2004.



* ''Videogame/WingCommander'' had one, made by MargaretWeis. Set around the time of ''Wing Commander III'' (2669), it used artwork and technical elements from that period of time.
* MargaretWeis took the opportunity to make a CCG of her own IP, ''Literature/TheStarOfTheGuardians''. Given that you've probably never heard of the series, you can guess how well it fared.

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* ''Videogame/WingCommander'' had one, made by MargaretWeis.by . Set around the time of ''Wing Commander III'' (2669), it used artwork and technical elements from that period of time.
* MargaretWeis took the opportunity to make ''Literature/TheStarOfTheGuardians'' is a CCG of that IPCreator/MargaretWeis made on her own IP, ''Literature/TheStarOfTheGuardians''.own. Given that you've probably never heard of the series, you can guess how well it fared.



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* ''TabletopGame/{{Pokemon}}''. The ''Pokemon'' card game was popular enough to [[NoExportForYou two]] video games based on the card game... [[RecursiveAdaptation based on the video game]].
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Pokemon}}''. ''TabletopGame/{{Pokemon}}'': The ''Pokemon'' card game was popular enough to for [[NoExportForYou two]] video games based on the card game... [[RecursiveAdaptation based on the video game]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' each had one, and they were based on the ''[=QuickStrike=]'' system. So you could face, say, Katara against Will Turner...

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\n* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' each had one, and they were one based on the ''[=QuickStrike=]'' system. So system.
** As did ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'', so
you could face, say, say... Katara against Will Turner...Turner.



* ''DragonBooster''

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* ''TabletopGame/MyLittlePonyCollectibleCardGame'', based on ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Unlike most CCGs, your objective is not to defeat your opponent by taking out their "Life Points", but reach a set score before they do via assigning Characters to a Problem and earning points by solving them. There re also face-offs depending on power, but nobody gets immediately removed from the field as a result of it. Furthermore, you ''don't'' lose the game when you exhaust your deck.

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* ''TabletopGame/MyLittlePonyCollectibleCardGame'', based on ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Unlike most CCGs, [=CCGs=], your objective is not to defeat your opponent by taking out their "Life Points", but reach a set score before they do via assigning Characters to a Problem and earning points by solving them. There re also face-offs depending on power, but nobody gets immediately removed from the field as a result of it. Furthermore, you ''don't'' lose the game when you exhaust your deck.


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** Bandai later took the "engine" from ''Gundam War'' and modified it into the Crusade System Card Series, which currently boasts over 100 licensed anime and manga titles; this includes stand-alone releases like ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure'', ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', and ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' as well as games covering multiple properties like ''[[{{Sunrise}} Sunrise Crusade]]'', ''[[Creator/GoNagai Dynamic Crusade]]'', and ''[[Creator/StudioBONES BONES Crusade]]''. [[MassiveMultiplayerCrossover And since these all operate off of the same system...]]

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** Bandai later took the "engine" from ''Gundam War'' and modified it into the Crusade System Card Series, which currently boasts over 100 licensed anime and manga titles; this includes stand-alone releases like ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure'', ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', and ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' as well as games covering multiple properties like ''[[{{Sunrise}} ''[[Creator/{{Sunrise}} Sunrise Crusade]]'', ''[[Creator/GoNagai Dynamic Crusade]]'', and ''[[Creator/StudioBONES BONES Crusade]]''. [[MassiveMultiplayerCrossover And since these all operate off of the same system...]]
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** Which was then succeeded by 2015's ''Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)'', which covers everything up to current games [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and]] ''VideoGame/TokyoMirageSessionsFE''.

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** Which was then succeeded by 2015's ''Fire ''[[TabletopGame/FireEmblemCipher Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)'', (Cipher)]]'', which covers everything up to current games [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and]] ''VideoGame/TokyoMirageSessionsFE''.
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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'', of course, has a card game based on its series; ''Lord of Vermillion'' uses iconic monsters from the series, and marries traditional card gameplay with a video game interface (similar to Sony's ''The Eye of Judgment.'') The sequel also includes characters from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX IX]]'', and ''VideoGame/RomancingSaga'', along with {{guest fighter}}s from ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', ''VideoGame/TheKingofFighters'', and ''[[{{Sega}} Sangokushi Taisen]]''.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'', of course, has a card game based on its series; ''Lord of Vermillion'' uses iconic monsters from the series, and marries traditional card gameplay with a video game interface (similar to Sony's ''The Eye of Judgment.'') The sequel also includes characters from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX IX]]'', and ''VideoGame/RomancingSaga'', along with {{guest fighter}}s from ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', ''VideoGame/TheKingofFighters'', and ''[[{{Sega}} ''[[Creator/{{Sega}} Sangokushi Taisen]]''.
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* ''TabletopGame/DuelMasters'', sadly no longer going outside of Japan. Starting with the first expansion, the flavor text of the cards began receiving the same sort of GagDub treatment as the show. ''TabletopGame/{{Kaijudo}}'': A revival of ''Duel Masters'' created just for North America[[labelnote:*]]The term "kaijudo", while Japanese in nature does not exist in the Japanese franchise[[/labelnote]], and totally incompatible with the original card game.

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* ''TabletopGame/DuelMasters'', sadly no longer going outside of Japan. Starting with the first expansion, the flavor text of the cards began receiving the same sort of GagDub treatment as the show.
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''TabletopGame/{{Kaijudo}}'': A An InNameOnly revival of ''Duel Masters'' created just for North America[[labelnote:*]]The America[[note]]The term "kaijudo", while Japanese in nature nature, does not exist in the Japanese franchise[[/labelnote]], franchise.[[/note]], and totally incompatible with the original card game.
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* ''TabletopGame/MagiNation''

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** ''Sunday vs. Magazine TCG'', which pits characters from manga serialized in Weekly Shounen Sunday versus character from manga serialized in Weekly Shounen Magazine. ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' versus ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', anyone?

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** ''Sunday vs. Magazine TCG'', which pits characters from manga serialized in Weekly Shounen Sunday versus character from manga serialized in Weekly Shounen Magazine. ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' versus ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', anyone?
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* ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' has one in ''VideoGame/GwentTheWitcherCardGame'', a beefed up version of the MiniGame of the same name in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt''.
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