The spinning tops called Beyblades have been every young kid’s and teenagers’ favourite since its launch in 2000. Toy manufacturers, who sell Beyblade tops and other merchandise, continue to releaseand develop new editions, keeping the Beyblade fanshappy with the latest spinning tops, Bey arenas, and other related gears. Beyblades are easy to play with and do not come with complicated rules.
For winning a Beyblade battle, the player launches their Bey in the arena and defeats the opponent by knocking down the rival Bey or simply out-spins the opponent. Since the game can be addictive amongst the toddlers, parents rest assured that they are hooked to the Beyblade toys and arenas, engaging in friendly battle at home and not roaming around the neighbourhood, especially in the pandemic.
Your son might be asking to buy a Beyblade,and you have no idea how to play them? Now, Beyblade was introduced in Japan. It engages the kids not only physically but also allows them to strategise for winning the game. Precisely why, they have taken over the regular robot toys. Let us under the rules of the games:
- The game comprises three layers, namely the Beyblade top, the middle disc, and the driver. The top is the highest layer that represents Beyblade. The middle disc is metal and keeps the Bey stable during the battle. The driver is the primary contact point that dictates the speed and Bey direction.
- Beyblade needs two players spinning the Beys within the Beyblade stadium. The stadium is a plastic bucket where players launch their Beyblades. The player can pick any three Beyblades of their choice during every match butonly use one for the primary battle.
- You earn a point when you knockout your opponent’s Beyblade from the stadium or are thrown outside the Ring Out. You also claim a point when you stop your opponent’s Beyblade from spinning. You gain two points if you can burst the opponent’s Beyblade during the battle. If there is a tie, both players earn corresponding points while the main winner needs seven points.
Besides the entertainment factor, Beyblade offers educational benefits as well. The game involves and develops focus, concentration, and strategy skills, which children can use at school or for household chores. This also provides them with a head start on how to strategise and be successful. Every Beyblade comes with its strength and weakness. Knowing that Beyblades are used to defeat opponents in a specific arena is essential for winning the battles.
The video version of Beyblades that you can play online or through gaming consoles are also beneficial for teenagers. Video games have the same rules as physical ones. Here, the players benefit from focusing, concentrating, and strategising. Moreover, a recent study suggested that playing Beyblade and other such motion games are ideal for children suffering from lazy eye syndrome, which means poor one eye vision and inability to judge depth.