Digimon Tactics is a fan-made customizable card game (CCG) based on the Digimon franchise, allowing players to use characters and concepts from the anime, manga, video games, and more. The game is free to play, and full sets can be downloaded online, eliminating power creep and the tedious collection of cards through randomized booster packs. Cards are currently being manufactured, and an online version of the game is planned. This thread is your source for all Digimon Tactics news and discussion. If you have any questions, or you're willing to help with the project as a programmer, artist, or beta tester, let us know!
Ready for Programmers
It's time to get the creation of an online platform for Digimon Tactics underway!
The Light of Evolution
A preview of Adventure's Origins and the power of evolution.
Digimon Tactics is looking for artists who can help illustrate some of its cards!
The Adventure's Origins
Some announcements and an introduction to the game's first set.
An experiment in deck-building using cards from the first two sets.
Set 1: Adventure's Origins
The core set is primarily themed around Digimon Adventure, with characters and concepts from that series in addition to others. The set contains 232 cards, including 121 unique Digimon, enough to build a themed deck around any of the nine Digimon subtypes (Dragon, Beast, Bird, Insect, Plant, Aqua, Machine, Dark, and Holy). There are also 8 Tamer cards representing the original Chosen Children, 29 Items, 50 Programs, 21 Sites, and 3 EXE cards. Many cards in this and other sets will have multiple options in terms of art and flavor text, allowing players to customize their deck of 40 or more cards even further.
Set 2: Dueling Reflections
The second set is designed to complement the first, introducing cards with general all-purpose supporting effects. Besides including all the Adventure Digimon not included in the first set, Dueling Reflections features cards inspired by C'mon Digimon, Children's War Game, and Digimon World. It will be released simultaneously with Set 1.
The thread was updated to announce that production of the cards had begun.
Digimon Tactics is showcased at Stevens Institute of Technology's Visual Art & Technology Junior/Senior Exhibition.
An open beta of the game began. Mock-ups of cards were made available for download so that players could test the game, though the beta ended without much progress made.
Once the rules for the game had taken shape, the first set was announced and the current thread began.
The old thread was started, announcing the game and asking for input.