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Learn How to Play Bakugan Game

Learn How To Play BakuganHow To Play Bakugan Game!   Bakugan Toys page is here to help you find the basic information you need so that you can enjoy the Bakugan game.  Here you will learn how to play Bakugan.

Getting Started with your Bakugan Game:

How many players can play Bakugan game? You can have two to four players at one time. Before you begin each player must select a deck of a minimum of three Bakugan Brawlers and three cards to use in the Bakugan game. This is a minimum number of Bakugan but you are not limited to using three but each play must have the same number of cards and brawlers.

How to Play with Bakugan Battle Brawlers (Two Modes)

First of all each players Bakugan brawlers should be closed up into a ball this is called Bakugan Sphere Mode. When the Bakugan is rolled onto the bakugan darkonBakugan metal card if it hits the Bakugan card at the right spot it will pop open into Bakugan Battle Mode. When the Bakugan Battle Brawler is in Bakugan battle mode you will see it's G-Power. If an opponents Bakugan battle brawler lands on the card that your brawler is sitting on they go into battle and the battle brawler with the higher G-Power rating wins the battle. The G-power boost on the card that your brawler lands on will determine if you your brawler G-power will decrease or increase in that battle.

How to Play with Bakugan Metal Cards

Each Bakugan card should be facing down so that no player knows the ability of the Bakugan card they are using. There are four types of cards and they are Normal Bakugan Cards, Bakugan Character Cards, Bakugan Command Cards and Bakugan Ability Cards. All the cards are metal accept for the ability cards. The  Bakugan metal cards are the ones that are placed in the Bakugan battle field and are the only cards that can make a Bakugan Battle Brawler pop open for a Bakugan battle.

Each metal card has a G-power boost rating on it. When a card is in battle there may be a command on the bottom of the card that effects the battle. This G-power boost is on the left side of the card. The boost will be determined by the color of your brawler that lands on the card.

Each card has a HSO on the lower right of the card. This is the Holo Sector Point which represents the number of points you win if you capture this card.

Setting up the Bakugan Battle Area

If you do not have a Bakugan battle arena its ok. The game begins with bakugan translucenteach player placing a Bakugan card face down on the Bakugan battle field on the side closest to their opponent also know as your enemy. If there are only two players in the game then each player needs to put a second card down to form the battle field. So basically if there are two players before you can roll a Bakugan Brawler onto the field you will have four cards on the field forming a rectangle.

The Bakugan Shot Spot

Before you can begin a Bakugan battle each player must take the remaining Bakugan cards they have in hand and measure the distance from their opponents card that they placed nearest you. This becomes your shooting spot for the the rest of the game.

Bakugan Battle Brawling Time!

Each Bakugan player takes turns from their shooting spot and no player can skip a turn shooting if they have any Bakugan Brawlers in their hand. In general the youngest player shoots their Bakugan ball first.

How to win the Bakugan Game

The Bakugan Battle is over once there are no more Bakugan left over to play or all the cards have been won from the battle field. The winner is determined by the adding up the HSP points of each card that the player has won.

Players that have won Bakugan from their opponent get an extra 100 HSP points to add to their score along with 100 HSP points from the Bakugan they still have left standing. is designed and hosted by Simplified Internet Design
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