Bakugan coloring pages
Bakugan is the game portrayed in the anime series Bakugan Battle Brawlers. In the anime, Bakuganâ€™s rules were first invented by Dan Kuso and Shun Kazami.Bakugan is also the title of the game based on the anime series, developed by Sega Toys and Spin Master.
Bakugan Battle Brawlers is a Japanese anime television series produced by TMS Entertainment and Japan Vistec under the direction of Mitsuo Hashimoto. The story centers on the lives of creatures called Bakugan and the battle brawlers who possess them. Consisting of fifty-one episodes, Bakugan Battle Brawlers debuted in Japan on TV Tokyo in 2007. Nelvana Limited produced the English language version and premiered the series on the Canadian network Teletoon later the same year, but with 52 episodes. In February 2008, it was put on Cartoon Network, the consistent schedule now being weekdays at 4:30pm. In conjunction with the anime series, Sega Toys and Spin Master released a strategic game, called Bakugan, using metal cards and magnetic spring-loaded miniature figures.
The game developed by Sega Toys and Spin Master and released in conjunction with the anime series. The game uses metal cards and magnetic spring-loaded miniature figures, representing the Bakugan. The objective of the game is to capture three of the opponentâ€™s Gate cards (3 battles). Battle is engaged when rolled Bakugan magnetically pop open on the same gate card. G-Power from the Bakugan, Ability cards (at playerâ€™s option), and Gate card are summed to determine the battleâ€™s winner
The current version of the official rules can be downloaded from the official site.
Series 2 introduced (released 2008) a new set of rules. A major difference is that the victory condition is now simply winning three Gate cards. Some series 1 Gate cards are over-powered compared to series 2, but the Bakugan work equally well with either rules.
 Series 1 â€“ Deka
Expansion set for Series 1. They are bigger than normal bakugan, 3â€™25â€³. You cannot use them in battle.
 Series 1
The original version of the game (released 2006). In series 1, victory is achieved by accumulating a varying number of HSP â€“ â€œHolo-Sector Pointsâ€. Series 1 included more types of cards, including normal cards (the most basic of all the Gate cards), character cards, Command Cards and ability cards