Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game is a virtual collectible card game developed by ImaginEngine and published by Infogrames for the Game Boy Advance exclusively in North America on May 29, 2002.
It is a virtual adaptation of the Score collectible card game of the same name (itself based on the sci-fi fantasy manga and anime series Dragon Ball). Similar to other collectible card games, players start with a limited selection of cards for their deck and earn more cards by defeating single-player opponents (each with their own unique deck of cards). The game supports multiplayer through a link cable.
Along with the original game base, this adaptation includes all cards from the "Saiyan Saga", "Frieza Saga", "Trunks Saga", "Androids Saga", and "Cell Saga" expansion sets.