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**AN INTERNET CONNECTION AND AN iPad WITH RETINA DISPLAY (iPad mini with Retina Display, iPad 3 or newer) ARE REQUIRED FOR USE. Generation 1 iPad, iPad 2, and the original iPad mini (without Retina Display) are not supported.**

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.

HONE YOUR SKILLS: Play against the computer until you are ready to challenge other players.

CHALLENGE THE WORLD: When you feel your deck design is ready, challenge other players or join a tournament to show your skill and knowledge.

**An Internet connection and an iPad with Retina display (iPad mini with Retina display, iPad 3 or newer) are required for use.**

Card Languages Supported:
* English
* Français
* Deutsch
* Español (Europa)
* Italiano
* Português (Brazilian)
* Русский

UI Languages Supported:
* English
* Français
* Deutsch
* Español (Europa)
* Italiano
* Português (Brazilian)
* Nederlands
* Svenska
* Dansk
* Norske
* Suomi
* Русский

©2019 Pokémon. ©1995–2019 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc. TM, ®, and character names are trademarks of Nintendo.

What’s New

Version 2.67.0

- The Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Cosmic Eclipse expansion will be available in the game for code redemption on October 31 and in the Shop on November 1.
- Bug fixes

Full patch notes available at https://forums.pokemontcg.com.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Cheesedude31 ,

Good Game, Bad App

The game is the exact Pokemon game I remember from my childhood, except packs can be earned quite quickly and I’ve gotten some very decent cards. Much better value than the £4 a pack or whatever it’s reached now. That alone is worth a high review.

However, the exact implementation leaves something to be desired. A little bit crashy, a little bit laggy here and there, and the gameplay is chock full of animations that once you’ve seen them a thousand times, only serve to annoy whilst waiting for your opponents turn to end or trying to get on with your own. Having an option to turn these off would be appreciated.

dctsys ,

Best game ever!

If you’ve found this on the App Store without being familiar with the ‘real’ game then the learning curve will be intense. It’s not really comparable to other iPad games, in terms of depth and complexity, and requires quite an investment to become even competent.

Making an account is a bit of a hassle, but in part that’s because it’s linked to your ‘trainer account’ which is the same one used for real life tournaments. It’s even worse if you’re setting up a child’s account, as under 13’s need to have their own account linked to an adults account. It’s a pain to set up but is good isn’t the long run, as the adult controls the child’s privacy and password settings.

One you get set up the tutorials are the best way to learn the game. Work through them, and then do a bunch of trainer challenges to get some extra cards. By the time you’ve completed the first level of the challenges you should have enough booster packs to start some real games.

Then you must have to get good. Then you go to a local ‘real’ event and get wiped out, and have to get good all over again.

Oopyoo ,

A good way to use your irl collection.

This game is great alternative for anyone who is unable to play the game irl but still wants to use the cards they collect. A deck ranking based on wins and losses would be a good way to balance out the experience as I find I face a horrendously overpowered player or someone who doesn't have enough cards to make a good deck. A ranking system would help make the game more enjoyable so that battles are close and fun.


666.9 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence


  • Family Sharing

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