Anyone with a child of similar age to Lamb, will be well aware of the current craze of collectable type toys. I mean, our house is full ofd them! This review is the latest one he’s obsessed with!
Bakugan is is a popular kids TV show (we’re currently watching on Netflix) very similar to a few other shows Lamb is hooked on. And recently we were sent the Battle Arena and Starter Pack to review.
At first, we were totally confused by the rules of the game (well my husband was!) but after a few tries it was figured out and Lamb (who turned 7 in March) soon understood how to play.
The aim of the game is to be the first to open your Bakugan characters by rolling them onto the arena board. You then gain points using cards etc. If you want to play quickly and simply, you could just roll the Bakugan in turns to see who opens up their team first, without using the cards. This is how we play with Bear, who just turned 4.
Even if you don’t have the Bakugan Arena, you can play on a flat surface, although it does make the game more fun using the whole set.
You can purchase the Bakugan products from Amazon, Smyths, Argos and The Entertainer. Lamb really wants to add the collectors case to his collection so he doesn’t lose any of his Bakugan!
The prices of the Bakugan collection vary from £6.99 for a single Bakugan Brawler pack to £44.99 for the Dragonoid Maximus transforming figure. To start up your collection certainly wouldn’t cost the Earth.