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Nice Cards are a collectible item in the Pokémon Channel video game. They are essentially collectible cards. There are two types of Nice Cards: moving cards (which have holograms on them) and normal cards. Nice Cards can be obtained by the player by recieving them from Pokémon met in the game, or they can order them in booster packs from the Shop 'N Squirtle channel. There are 101 different Nice Cards in total.

Nice Cards are kept in the player's Binder. The Binder must be ordered from the Shop 'N Squirtle channel. After the player has collected 25 cards, Professor Oak will reward the player by upgrading their Binder into the Superior Binder. When the player collects 50 cards, they will recieve the Prime Binder.

List of Nice Cards