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Several type of cards from the Mega Man series.
Trading Card Games
- MegaMan NT Warrior Trading Card Game: A Trading Card Game based on the MegaMan NT Warrior anime.
- Rockman.EXE Card Game: Carddass game released by Bandai.
- Rockman.EXE Axess Card Game: Card game released by Takara.
- SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters' Clash Versus TCG: A Trading Card Game based on the game SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters' Clash that was only released in Japan.
- Universal Fighting System
Carddass, also known as Carddas, is the name given to Bandai's card vending machines and the cards obtained from them. All Rockman Carddass where released only in Japan. Most cards were sold in two types of vending machines, "Carddass 20" that released one card for 20 yen, and "Carddass 100" that dispensed five cards for 100 yen.
- Rockman: Six series of Carddass with a total of 252 cards containing images from Rockman 1-7 and Rockman World 1-5.
- Rockman X: Three series of Carddass, each from one of the first three Rockman X games, having a total of 126 cards.
- Rockman X Revival: 84 cards from Rockman X and Rockman X2.
- Rockman X Mega Mission: Three series of Carddass with original characters and stories.
- Jumbo Carddass: Bigger cards. Two series of Carddass, one from Rockman X and other from Rockman X Mega Mission, containing nine cards each.
- Jumbo Carddass Chip Shooter: A Jumbo Carddass that comes with 15 chips (pogs) each. There are 6 cards with 90 different chips from Rockman X1-3 and 3 cards with 45 chips from Rockman X Mega Mission.
- All Capcom World '98: A series of Carddass from 1998 featuring several Capcom characters, including the Mega Man series.
Cards with barcodes that are used to play.
- Super Barcode Wars: A Japanese handheld game system with a barcode reader released by Bandai that had a series of compatible cards from different media such as Gundam, Ultraman, and Dragon Ball Z released for the system. The game was very popular in Japan, and had a manga based on it, called Super Barcode Warriors. Card sets from the Rockman series where released for the system in 1992 and in the Super Barcode Wars Battle Game Set #5.
- Shooting Star Rockman Wave Battle Card
e-Reader Modification Cards
Cards that can modify the content of games with a e-Reader.
- Rockman Zero 3 Modification Cards: A set of cards that can modify the Japanese version of the game Mega Man Zero 3.
- Rockman.EXE 4 Modification Cards: A set of cards that can modify the Japanese version of the game MegaMan Battle Network 4. These cards use the e-Reader+ and are not compatible with other e-Readers.
- Rockman.EXE 5 Modification Cards
- Rockman.EXE 6 Modification Cards: A set of cards that can modify the Japanese version of the game MegaMan Battle Network 6. 
Promotional telephone cards:
Postcards and bookmarks
- Capcom's retail store in Tokyo has a Rockman postcard.
- Sixteen Rockman 20th Anniversary postcards.
e-sense Card (ｅ‐センスＣａｒｄ?) is a line of special postcards sold for a limited period (usually one month) in Japan from March 2006 (esc-1) to May 2009 (esc-112). In 2007, two Mega Man e-sense Cards were released.
Postcards and bookmarks with color illustrations by Hitoshi Ariga that came with the 2009 re-releases of the manga Rockman Megamix and the manga Rockman Gigamix for a limited time for people that pre-ordered them from the sites e-Capcom, Fukkan and Tanomi, each with a different postcard/bookmark.
|Rockman Megamix vol. 1 and 2|
|Bookmark with the six Robot Masters from the first Mega Man game. The other side has a black and white picture of Mega Man.|
|Postcard with the 16 Robot Masters from Mega Man 2 and 5, with Quick Man highlighted. The other side has a monochrome version of the postcard below. The stamp area has Bright Man's head.|
|Postcard with the 16 Robot Masters from Mega Man 4 and 6, with Skull Man highlighted. The other side has a monochrome version of the above postcard. The stamp area has Star Man's head.|
|Rockman Gigamix volume 1|
|Bookmark with Proto Man, Shadow Man and Shade Man, with a small part of Mega Man and Roll visible. The other side has a black and white picture of Mega Man.|
|Postcard with the 16 Robot Masters from Mega Man 3 and 7, with Turbo Man highlighted.|
|Postcard with Plum, Ripot, Chest, Roll (inside Pop 'n Beat) and Ice Man. The other side has a monochrome version of the Fukkan postcard. The stamp area has a small image of Chest.|
|Rockman Gigamix volume 2|
|Bookmark with Mega Man, Roll, Cut Man and Elec Man.|
|Postcard with the nine Stardroids.|
|Postcard of the black and white photo of Light and Wily when they were young working in a robot.|
|Rockman Gigamix volume 3|
|Bookmark featuring Bass and Ring Man.|
|Postcard with a battle damaged Mega Man in space.|
|Postcard with Proto Man and Tango.|
|Rockman Megamix & Gigamix Box Set|
|A postcard with Mega Man, Proto Man, Dr. Light and Dr. Wily.|
|Rockman Maniax, Rockman 7 and Rockman 8|
|In 2011, Fukkan had a promotion were customers who purchase certain Rockman goods could receive one of three limited edition postcards, each illustrated by Hitoshi Ariga, Shigeto Ikehara, and Kōji Izuki.|
|Tanomi and e-Capcom|
|Rockman 7 has two postcards, one with Mega Man, Rush, Auto, Beat, and Eddie, and the other with Super Mega Man, Bass and the Wily Capsule. The Rockman 8 manga comes with a postcard with Mega Man, Roll and Rush.|
|Rockman Megamix Vol. 1 and 2 (2015 release)|
- Mega Man Trading Cards: Cards from the Mega Man franchise released in 2004.
- Card Wars Series: A pack released in 1993 that had cards from Rockman 5.
- Wave Command Card: Cards for Mega Man Star Force 2.
- Noise Kaizou Gear: Cards for Mega Man Star Force 3.
- Mega Man X4 Playing Cards: Playing card with illustrations from Mega Man X4.
- Comic Bom Bom released three sets of playing card with Rockman illustrations, the sets being from Rockman 6, Rockman X and Rockman X Mega Mission.
- McDonald's released promotional foil cards from Mega Man Star Force in Japan.
- Bandai's Carddass were released by Adali in Taiwan with a different format from the original. Adali also released cards based on the Rockman manga series and Irregular Hunter Rockman X.
- Rockman.EXE Postcard Book
- Battle Chip
- Battle Card
- Battle Memory
- SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters (series)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 KWP: RockMan Misc Merchandise
- ↑ Bandai: Super Barcode Wars
- ↑ Rockman Perfect Memories: Rockman EXE 6 Kaizou (e+ Cards)
- ↑ Rockman.EXE official site
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: New Rockman Goods at Capcom Retail Store
- ↑ Rockman ZX Series Official Blog: Rockman 20th Anniversary event, additional information!
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: Gigamix Postcards
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: Bonus Goods For Gigamix Vol. 2
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: First Look At Gigamix Postcards
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: Delightful Postcard Art
- ↑ Bandai: Card Wars Series
- ↑ Protodude's Rockman Corner: X4 Playing Cards? X4 Playing Cards.
- ↑ YouTube video: Funny Megaman Starforce Mc Donalds commercial
- ↑ Dengeki-Online: 『流星のロックマン』が「マクドナルド」のハッピーセットに登場
- ↑ The Reploid Research Lavatory: Comic to Card: Ikehara x Adali
- ↑ adali 洛克人x收藏卡-普卡