1.5" Collectable Digimon
2.5" Action Feature Digimon
4" Digi-Action Figures
5" Digivolving Figures
Electronic Talking Digimon
Only sets XI through XVI were released widespread in Europe. Some further sets - Set XVII at least - are known to have appeared in other areas of the continent.
Each of these figures came packaged with a sticker of the Digimon.
New figures of Patamon and Gatomon were created as they are major characters in the second season.
MaloMyotismon, Omnimon and Rapidmon were not released in Europe.
A 20-piece set of 2.5" Action Feature Digimon was also released, made up mostly of figures released in the previous year. It contained:
The Digimon in this set were translucent versions of the original moulds.
The aborted Mimi and Joe figures from the previous year were first made available this year in this set.
This set is believed to have been exclusive to Toys 'R' Us, and was not available in Europe.
Each figure has a geared/spring loaded action feature.
These figures were not released in Europe.
The Omnimon set contains figures of WarGreymon, MetalGarurumon, and a larger Omnimon. It comes with an Omnimon card.
The Miracle Four set contains figures of Seraphimon, Magnadramon, Magnamon and Rapidmon. It comes with a card of all four of them.
These figures are Japanese moulds, US releases of the Japanese "D-Real" line. Each poseable, highly-detailed figure comes with their own accessories.
The WarGreymon figure's back shield is different from that shown in the images on the packaging.
None of these figures were released in Europe.
Each figure came packaged with two trading cards.
All these moulds, except BlackWarGreymon and Imperialdramon, were American made, and the majority of them were considered to be very poor.
Imperialdramon is a downsized version of a Japanese mould, smaller but otherwise the same.
All these figures were released in Europe (Magnamon, in particular, arrived with surprising speed) but did not include the trading cards.
Each Digimon opens to reveal a hidden diorama with miniature figures, and comes with armour pieces to Digivolve them.
The pictures used on the packaging differed a bit from the finished products, mainly just in the aesthetics, as is sometimes the case. Notably, the Veemon playset depicted a Monochromon in place of the Airdramon, and the Armadillomon playset was originally to include a BlackWarGreymon figure instead of the two balls.
These toys were released in some areas of Europe.
These figures, like the season one talking figures, each spoke two phrases when their arms were moved - the Digimon's attack cry, and Digivolution. However, they were not sound bytes from the show, and for the most part sounded little like the character's voices.
All these figures were released in Europe.
The v1 D-3 came in blue (Davis), red (Yolei), yellow (Cody), green (T.K.) and black (Ken), while v2 came in translucent green, purple, black and blue. It could link up to other D-3s, and the original Digivice.
The D-Terminal acted as an encyclopedia of Digimon, containing data on 351 of them, plus two mini games and a "Digi-Words" featured that translated text to symbols. D-3s and original Digivices could link up to it to battle and look up information on Digimon.
These toys, in all their colours, were all released in Europe.
In addition to these, Bandai Asia - who you can read more about on the season three toy page - released a special "Magnamon" edition of the v1 D-3.
This game was for the Playstation console.
This game was not released in Europe, as a result of the continuously botched and eventually very late release of the original "Digimon World," which finally saw it's European release this year.
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