Dinosaur king games to play

Updated February 21, 2017

The "Dinosaur King" franchise began as a popular anime series in Japan, and since the series hit American televisions, it has become quite popular. For fans of "Dinosaur King," there are several console, card and online games that they can play while they're waiting for their next episode to air.

Dinosaur King for Nintendo DS

Developed in 2008 by Climax Entertainment, "Dinosaur King" on Nintendo DS offers 3-D play and multiplayer options via Wi-Fi. Players travel around the world collection 100 different species of dinosaur by digging for fossils and battling the evil Dr. Z and the Alpha Gang, who want to steal their dinosaurs. The game is rated "E" for everyone and can be found for as low as £9 on

'Dinosaur King' Trading Card Game

Released by Upper Deck Entertainment, the Dinosaur King Trading Card Game is played with a deck of 40 or more cards which can be purchased at various retailers. Players use the dinosaur, character and move cards to do battle with the dinosaurs in their pack. For more information on how to play the game and where to buy cards, visit the Upper Deck's Dinosaur King Trading Card Game website at

Free Online 'Dinosaur King' Games, the website of the station that airs the "Dinosaur King" anime series, features a series of fun online games designed for the kids that love "Dinosaur King." In "Dinosaur King Dino Dig 3.0," players use a Dino Detector to find fossils that reveal fun facts about dinosaurs. In Dino Dash and Dino Run, players use the arrow keys to get their dinosaur through a timed maze of obstacles. In addition to those and other action games, there are several "Dinosaur King" shuffle puzzles for younger players.

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