Boy Crazy was a collectible card game for girls, created by Decipher, Inc., during the Pokémon Trading Card Game boom. Each card featured a picture of a boy aged 12–22,[1] his first name, and a list of his likes and dislikes.[2] Gameplay consisted of a group of girls opening a new pack of the cards, secretly deciding which boy out of that pack they liked the most, and then trying to guess who the other girls had picked.

The game includes boys from across the United States, from different ethnic backgrounds and hair and eye colors, including disabled boys.

The game was so popular that Decipher launched a companion "Boy Crazy" magazine in September 2001.


  1. Decipher Inc. (22 October 2000)
  2. Dresner-Thornber, Emily (28 January 2000). "Women in Gaming". Pyramid (online). Retrieved 17 February 2008. 

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