The Pokemon Trading Card Game is a popular fighting card game that was released in 2003 and quickly acquired a large number of fans. When players in previous Pokemon games still needed to acquire creatures to increase their strength, the objective remained the same. However, when you won’t collect Pokemon directly but will instead collect cards containing them, the gameplay will change. Up to 1 or 2 individuals may participate in each bout, which means you’ll be fighting against another player or a computer (artificial intelligence AI). Using your Pokemon card to defeat an opponent allows you to take control of their card. In a turn-based battle, coins are flipped first to determine who goes first. Furthermore, numerous mini games have been added to the game, and winning in them earns players a lot of gems that may be used to improve their cards’ stats. The game’s visuals complete the scoring with beautiful designs and varied hues: blue, red, purple, yellow… With attractive music adding tension to the competition, the sound is also an important dynamic point.