The Pokemon Trading Card Game (TCG) Online has officially launched for the iPad following its debut at the Pokemon World Championships in August.

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The title is the first licensed Pokemon game to be released for iOS, and allows players to build a deck of Pokemon cards and battle against other players while obtaining booster packs. Users can also enter tournaments for prizes, and customize the look of their cards, deck boxes, and avatar.

PLAY, TRADE, AND CHALLENGE OTHER PLAYERS AROUND THE WORLD
Have fun learning and mastering the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online! Practice against the computer or go head to head with your friends or other players from around the world. Unlock cards and decks as you play to build up your collection and make truly unique decks. Your decks and card collection are stored as a part of your Pokémon Trainer Club account, allowing you to switch between iPad and desktop with ease.

EASY TO START: Choose from Grass, Fire, or Water decks, step right into a game, and learn as you go in an easy play experience.

EXPAND YOUR COLLECTION: Earn cards, open booster packs, trade with other players, and build the perfect deck around your favorite cards. Your collection grows with you!

CUSTOMIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE: Build your own decks, customize the look of your cards, deck boxes, and avatar, and join your friends online.

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Pokemon TCG Online is a free app for all Retina Display-equipped iPads and can be downloaded through the App Store. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

Mums Avatar
109 months ago
Really macrumors?

I like Pokemon.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
caliko Avatar
109 months ago
holy cow!!

is Nintendo caving in to iOS?

Do you guys know how big a deal this is?

Nintendo has NEVER developed for an outside hardware developer.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ReallyBigFeet Avatar
109 months ago
Pokemon is still a thing?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
lewisd25 Avatar
109 months ago
Ohhhh boy... I know of a few young boys that will screaming to get this :D

That's what she said. ;)
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Nozuka Avatar
109 months ago
holy cow!!

is Nintendo caving in to iOS?

Do you guys know how big a deal this is?

Nintendo has NEVER developed for an outside hardware developer.

that's because the pokémon company can pretty much do what they want.

dont expect mario or zelda games anytime soon.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
cariacou Avatar
109 months ago
Really macrumors?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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