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|Name = Pokémon Trading Card Game
 
|Name = Pokémon Trading Card Game
 
|Picture = [[File:Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart.jpg|188px]]
 
|Picture = [[File:Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart.jpg|188px]]
|publisher = Nintendo
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|publisher = [[Nintendo]]
|developer = Hudson Soft
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|developer = [[Hudson Soft]]
 
|category = Strategy
 
|category = Strategy
 
|player# = 1-2 Players
 
|player# = 1-2 Players
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|release-date-north-america = April 10, 2000
 
|release-date-north-america = April 10, 2000
 
|release-date-europe = December 8, 2000
 
|release-date-europe = December 8, 2000
|platform = Game Boy Color
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|platform = Game Boy Color}}In the '''Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game)''', the player can choose one of three different decks: [[Squirtle]] and Friends, [[Charmander]] and Friends, and [[Bulbasaur]] and Friends. The player are trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.
}}In the '''Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game)''', the player can choose one of three different decks: [[Squirtle]] and Friends, [[Charmander]] and Friends, and [[Bulbasaur]] and Friends. The player are trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.
 
   
 
===Notes===
 
===Notes===
 
*Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
 
*Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
 
*Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
 
*Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
*A sequel was made called {{nihongo|'''''Pokémon Card GB2: Great Rocket-Dan Sanjō!'''''|ポケモンカードGB2 GR団参上!|Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team Great Rocket!}}, but it was never released in English.
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*A sequel was made called [[Pokémon Card GB2 Here Comes Team Great Rocket!]] but it was never released in English.
   
 
The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.
 
The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.

Revision as of 22:32, December 29, 2012

Pokémon Trading Card Game
Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Hudson Soft
Category Strategy
Players 1-2 Players
ESRB E for Everyone
Release Dates
Flag of Japan December 18, 1998
Flag of the United States April 10, 2000
Flag of Europe December 8, 2000
Other Info
Platform Game Boy Color
In the Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game), the player can choose one of three different decks: Squirtle and Friends, Charmander and Friends, and Bulbasaur and Friends. The player are trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.

Notes

  • Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
  • Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
  • A sequel was made called Pokémon Card GB2 Here Comes Team Great Rocket! but it was never released in English.

The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.

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