Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King
This dinosaur was previously known as "Titanosaurus colberti", which it is called in some media. You may be looking for Titanosaurus.
For the anime's minor character dinosaur of this species, see Genie.

It was formerly a species of Titanosaurus (T. colberti) before that genus's type species was labeled nondiagnostic; of the species at the time, T. colberti was the best known by science, and was renamed into Isisaurus.

General Statistics[]


full-sized Isisaurus

  • Name: Isisaurus colberti
  • Name Meaning: ISI (Indian Statistical Institute) Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 18-21 meters (60-70 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous (70-66 MYA)
  • Classification: Titanosauria --> Saltasauridae
  • Place Found: India
  • Describer: Jain and Bandyopadhyay, 2003

Dinosaur King Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]


Titanosaurus colberti arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 3rd Edition)

  • Attribute: Water
  • Sign: Rock
  • Strength: 2000
  • Technique: 0
    • Compatibility: Tab 1
  • Attack:
    • Rock (Critical): 650
    • Scissors/Paper: 600
  • Types:
    • Strength Type (Japanese Gekizan series)
    • Super Defense Type (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition; Taiwanese New 5th Edition)
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: 恐竜山脈 (Dinosaur Mountain)
    • Taiwanese: 恐龍山脈
  • Card Rarity: Gold
  • Other: It is referred to as "Titanosaurus colberti" in the arcade game.


It was only available in the Japanese and Taiwanese versions, but its Taiwanese card can be used in the English version.

Anime Stats[]

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Isisaurus anime card

Main article: Genie
  • Other: It is referred to as "Titanosaurus colberti" in the Japanese anime and as "Isisaurus" in the English dub.

DS Stats[]

  • Elemental Attribute: Water
  • Critical Move: Rock
  • Rarity: 6 star
  • Battle Type: Super Defense Type
  • Fossil/Move Set: Giant Fossil (North American Normal Moves, LV31 Aqua Whip (P))
  • Users:
    • (None, player only)
  • Encyclopedia number: D24
  • Special Acquisition: When the player meets a gentleman in central South Euro Plain, he claims a thief stole a statue and broke it into pieces now scattered all over the world. After the player finds the Giant Body (South Gobi Plain), Giant Head (Kalimba Desert), and Giant Legs (East Dust Hills), the man realizes it is actually the Giant Fossil and gives it to the player, who has Reese revive it in the D-Lab. It is sent to the D-Site's Dino Room as a LV1 card.
  • Other: Despite being called "Isisaurus" in stat menus and its in-battle display, it is named "Titanosaurus colberti" on its battle intro screen, and its Dinosaur Encyclopedia entry lists Titanosaurus' name meaning, likely accidental holdovers during translation. It is one of the few Dinosaurs whose Rarity-based LV28/31 Super Move does not match its Sign. It is also one of the few Dinosaurs not to be used by a foe.

TCG Stats[]


Titanosaurus colberti TCG card (French)

[Mortal Recall] When this Dinosaur battles, you can pay 2 Life Points. If you do, after the battle, return to your hand any Move this Dinosaur has used.


  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Original: 様々な進化をとげたティタノサウルスのなかまで、太くて長い首がとくちょうだ。今では「イシサウルス」とよばれている。
    • Translation: A various evolved Titanosaurus with a thick and long neck. It is now called Isisaurus. (Referring to its original name as "Titanosaurus colberti".)
    • Taiwanese: 經歷了各種進化的巨龍同類。粗長的脖子是它的特徵。
  • DS Game Encyclopedia entry: Related to the Titanosaurus, but with various advancements[sic, missing period] It has a long, thick neck.
  • The Japanese and Taiwanese arcade games and the French TCG cards continue to call it "Titanosaurus colberti", while the anime's English dub and the English arcade game call it "Isisaurus", with the English DS game using both in different places for an unknown reason.
  • It is the third Gold rarity Water Dinosaur Card in the arcade.
  • It and Black Tyrannosaurus are the only arcade dinosaurs that have zero Technique.
  • Along with Megaraptor, Carcharodontosaurus, Anchiceratops, Anatotitan, Suchomimus, Chasmosaurus, Dacentrurus, Fukuisaurus, and Liliensternus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese Green Dinosaurs Egg card.
  • Along with Allosaurus atrox and Lambeosaurus magnicristatus, it is one of the only three dinosaurs in Dinosaur King representing a second species of its genus (or at least named as such by Dinosaur King, as various species have been shuffled around by science since the game's release). It is also the only "second" species to appear in the anime or to be renamed into a new genus within Dinosaur King materials.
  • The DS game's Dinosaur Encyclopedia mistakenly shows Isisaurus as being found in South America (it's from India) and lists it as living during the Jurassic Period (it's from the Cretaceous).
  • Despite debuting one arcade wave after its original species (in early-mid 2008), only Isisaurus appears in the DS game, which released late 2007, making it the only second species to precede its original species in debut.



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