D-Tector Card Game
The D-Tector Card Game was a small game that was launched at the same time as the D-Tector. Before you start, you need:
-A 50-Card Deck for each player
-One D-Tector Card Game Playmat
Both players shuffle the opponent's deck. They then both draw 3 cards. Flip a coin to see who goes first.
Battle Call Command Phase
Both players place one Digimon in their hand face down on the playmat. They then turn their digimon over at the same time. The players compare their Digimon's battle types:
Ability beats Crush, Crush beats Energy and Energy beats Ability. Spirit beats all other battle types. In the case of both Digimon having the same Battle Type, compare the Digimon's Digimon Power to see who is higher. The winner places the winning card in their D-Dock section of the playmat. The loser discards their card to the discard pile. The player whose turn it is proceeds to the Digivolve phase.
The players may follow the Special Effects of the card and digivolve it to a higher level at this time. If you have a Spirit Digimon in your D-Dock, you can combine it with another D-Dock digimon and add up their Digimon Power numbers.
The player whose turn it is may attack an opponent with a Digimon in their D-Dock. The defender may defend with a D-Dock digimon, a Spirit Digimon from their hand, or a digimon from their hand with the same elemental attribute as the Digimon attacking them. If the defender cannot do any of this, the attacker does his Digimon Power amount of damage to his opponent's deck. For each Power Point, one card from the defender's deck is discarded.
If the defender blocks the attack, the Digimon with the highest Digimon Power number wins.
The player that wins the battle discards his Digimon to their Score area to add a point. The loser discards his Digimon to the discard pile.
Re-Group and How To Win
It is now the other player's turn. They go to the Battle Call Command Phase. This keeps repeating until either player runs out of cards. The player with the highest amount of points at the moment when any player runs out of cards wins the game.