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Miscellaneous
 
 Here you'll rediscover all sorts of merchandise from across the Code Lyoko Universe. These products haven't found a place in the other sections but they're worth a look! The stuff of a Lyokofan's dreams!

[Official magazine: Code Lyoko 2.0] [Panini Sticker Album] [E-Max sticker albums] [Game books by Albin Michel] [Code Lyoko wall decals] [Games to print]
 
 

Official magazine: Code Lyoko 2.0
 
Here you'll discover "Code Lyoko 2.0," the official magazine.
Unfortunately, only three issues were released; the magazine's full potential was never reached. In the few that were released however, there's some interesting stuff, like posters.

In the "Media" section, you can download the 3 magazines...and also the 5 comics which were in it..

ImageMagazine #1
Release date: July 2007
52 pages

Summary
- Planet 2.0 (News on Code Lyoko)
- Jeremie's lab (A physics experiment with Jeremie)
- The magazine's comic (Click here to see its file in the episode guide)
- XANA's files (A small file on an element of the series; here, the Subdigitals)
- Aelita's network (Advertisements for websites to do with Code Lyoko)
- Play with Odd (4 pages of games + 1 page of solutions)

ImageMagazine #2
Release date: September 2007
52 pages

Summary
- Planet 2.0 (News on Code Lyoko and others...)
- Jeremie's lab (A physics experiment with Jeremie)
- A comic (Click here to see its file in the episode guide)
- Ulrich-sensei (A double page on Pencak Silat)
- The Kadic News (Advertisements for anything and everything)
- Yumi's Japan (A section on the kimono)
- Aelita's network (Advertisements for websites linked to Code Lyoko)
- Shopping (Advertisements...)
- A comic (Click here to see its file in the episode guide)
- DIY-Lyoko (Constructing a Code Lyoko calendar)
- Play with Odd (3 pages of games + 1 page of solutions)

ImageMagazine #3
Release date: February 2008
52 pages

Summary
- Planet 2.0 (News on Code Lyoko and others...)
- Jeremie's lab (A physics experiment with Jeremie)
- A comic (Click here to see its file in the episode guide)
- Ulrich-sensei (A double page on kung-fu)
- The Kadic News (Advertisements for anything and everything)
- Yumi's Japan (A section on origami)
- Aelita's network (Advertisements for websites linked to Code Lyoko)
- Shopping (Advertisements...)
- A comic (Click here to see its file in the episode guide)
- LyokoScoop (A preview of the Wii game)
- Play with Odd (2 pages of games + 1 page of solutions)

 

Panini Sticker Album
 
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Available from October 2005 - now out of stock

Official description
Panini invites you to discover or rediscover the fantastic universe of Code Lyoko thanks to its new album and stickers. Hurry and join the 4 students Jeremy, Odd, Yumi and Ulrich in their 2D and 3D world. As you know, Lyoko is a virtual world parallel to our own and it's in grave danger. Luckily Aelita, the virtual humanoid creature and the 4 students are there. Hang on tight, the adventure's beginning!

This new Panini collection is FAN-TAS-TIC: you'll be able to collect not only paper stickers but also holographic ones and super interactive cards.

Thanks to this new Panini collection, you'll also be able to win gifts on the website www.codelyoko.com. How? Nothing's simpler, you just have to discover the Imagesecret codes found on certain stickers and interactive cards. So it's your turn now!

Pack of 5 stickers: €0.50
Album: €1.90
Now out of stock!

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[Download the Panini album]


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ImageA Panini sticker album dedicated to Code Lyoko Evolution, presenting the characters, Sectors, enemies and a summary of each episode. This album only came out in Spain...despite the fact that Code Lyoko Evolution never fully aired there...

Pack of 5 stickers: ?€
All stickers: €30
Album: €1.90
Shipping to France: €15
Now out of stock

[Download the album]
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ImageStick & Stack album

Here's a slightly unusual album.
It has two pages of reusable stickers, which are Code Lyoko Evolution renders of the Lyoko Warriors. The idea of the album is to take the stickers and put them on the album's double-page images of backgrounds from the series, to make your own scenario.

It's useless and only came out in Spain - not that there's really any text to read.

[Download the album]
 

E-Max sticker albums
 
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Here are two Code Lyoko sticker albums that came out in Spain.

Dating back to 2010, the first of these albums is centred on the characters and their vehicles, as well as XANA's monsters. On the other hand, the second album is mostly the Lyoko Warriors in virtual form, in the different Sectors of the virtual world.

[Download the first E-Max album]

[Download the second E-Max album]
 

Game books by Albin Michel
 
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Here are the two game books published by Albin Michel
Now out of stock


These two books contain all sorts of varied mini-games to do with (or simply decorated with) Code Lyoko.
Each book is 34 pages.

[Download "La légende de Lyoko" ("The Legend of Lyoko")]
[Download "Mission XANA"]




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Here is another book.
Now out of stock


This book, somewhat like the Albin Michel books, was a mix of information on the series and more or less fun games. Plus, this book stands out from others in that it had temporary tattoos included: around 20 mini-tattoos in our heroes' and XANA's monsters' colours.

[Download the book!]
 


Code Lyoko wall decals
 
The first Code Lyoko wall decals!

Giant stickers* to decorate the walls of your bedroom...

This was a limited series, with only 1000 of each character available. Each one is numbered. It's a collector's item!

*reusable adhesive vinyl stickers

Available from December 2005 on Alfred.fr, now out of stock

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Games to print
 
With these PDFs, you can build Lyoko Sectors at home!

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After printing these PDFs, you can play different games like Ludo or spinning tops, the Lyoko version. They're in Spanish, but there's not much to them.

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In 2011, a few months before Code Lyoko Evolution was announced, Moonscoop tried to promote its future series by creating papercrafts based on its mother series. (A papercraft allows you to recreate a character from a series with a cubic design from a pattern). They released the first official papercraft based on Ulrich, but it had little success so Moonscoop didn't bother releasing any more after that. Well, not officially...there was a Yumi one in the making, found by Dude Dudu.

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