Attack on Titan : Battle of the Titans

The Shingeki no Kyojin card game
L’Attaque des Titans : Bataille de Titans
Jul 05, 2024

Attack of the Titans: Battle of the Titans is a card game based on the famous manga and anime by Hajime Isayama. Released on March 14, 2024, 404 Editions' Shingeki no Kyojin card game is the latest addition to a collection of small-format board games based on manga.

The perfect card game for all Attack on Titans fans! Who's going to win back all the Titans?

The Titans have infiltrated the Exploration Battalion! Your aim is to collect all the cards, but be careful: if you come across a Titan, the course of the battle will be reversed... Can you recover all the cards in time?

The Attack on Titans card game includes 50 cards featuring illustrations of the manga's famous characters. You don't need to know anything about the manga to enjoy this game. The deck comes in a hard case slightly larger than the cards. The opening is made on the side with a magnet to keep it closed at all times.

A game lasts around 15 minutes and can be played by 2 to 6 players. Given the manga's theme, we don't necessarily recommend it for children to avoid arousing their interest, but the game is suitable for ages 10 and up.

Boîte avec les cartes
Mikasa Ackerman

The card game is made up of 4 different color categories. Each card category comprises 12 cards. The aim of the game is to get all the cards in the deck. The cards are dealt to each player, but always face-down, so that the contents of the pack are not known.

During a turn, players turn the top card of the deck. Players continue until a Titan appears. When this happens, the next player can turn over one or more cards, depending on the Titan in play. If a Titan is drawn, the next player must also draw a Titan. If no Titan is drawn, the cards in play go to the player who has the Titan. The type of Titan determines the number of cards to be turned over. This game of Attack on Titans is an improved version of the battle in which luck plays an important role.

The game's format and packaging make it easy to carry around and play. The rules of the game are relatively simple and easy to explain, making it very accessible to the uninitiated.