Sunday, October 31, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Selling of 9 different test protocol cards (There are cards that we have never seen before)

It's EXPENSIVE... and it's filled with test protocol cards I have never seen before... normal lion and other cards... for $4000!

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Price                                    Look Below Here

:  248,000 円

残り時間 :  2 日詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  0入札履歴

2 in 1 pack of Ultimate Master Apollo + Champion White Lion for bid at a very cheap price

Very cheap sale... must be a cheap bid (It only cost almost $20 as the starting bid.


:  1,100 円

残り時間 :  1 日詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  2入札履歴

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Will you buy this card...?

We have spotted an auction which has these 2 testing protocol animal cards for a whopping more than $4000... will you buy? (It costs 298K Yen... click here to view the real auction)


:  298,000 円

残り時間 :  3 日詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  0入札履歴

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Free Ultimate card from AK Machine @ Japan...

Version 13 now at Japan... a Japanese boy was walking into an empty machine. He founds something was left under the machine. He thinks "Is that a whale? Probably a rare card!" and so he waled into the machine

Ah... he cannot see clearly...

Perhaps he will try to get what is inside the machine

And he tries to take it from a machine...

And then...

Wow! In case he got an ultimate card!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

New edit card from a Japanese Blogger

Included with it's best combo, Mighty Fighter and Meteor Shower.

Animal Kaiser ensnares parents

Some parents here seem to have caught the 'AK' virus.
The symptoms? They go online to haggle over game cards featuring animal avatars like Bengal Tiger, Dark Scorpion and Brown Bear. Some have forked out more than $100 for highly sought-after cards traded online.

'AK' is Animal Kaiser, an arcade game that has caught the fancy of children, mostly primary school pupils. Many parents start out accompanying their kids to the arcades, then get hooked too. Others, eager to see their children win, log onto online forums to buy and trade cards, the more 'powerful' of which can give the player an edge.
In Animal Kaiser, up to two players use their animal avatars to duel. First-timers do not get to choose their avatars. They get their first cards, randomly chosen, after that.
Seasoned players begin by placing their animal cards on the gaming kiosk's barcode scanner. The animals have different numbers, with the stronger ones having higher scores. Powerful ones include Gold Lion and Gold Red Scorpion.
There are also 'strong' and 'miracle' cards that can be mixed and matched to enhance one's attacking force or confer special powers, like hurling a meteor shower.
Each session costs $2 and lasts from five to 10 minutes, depending on the duellers' strengths. After each game, a player gets a new card.
Animal Kaiser was introduced here in July 2008 by arcade operators Zone X, Timezone and TKA Amusement. Since June last year, the game can also be played at iEcon minimarts and 7-Eleven stores. There are now about 200 kiosks throughout Singapore.
One parent, Mr Jack Ng, 40, recalled paying $180 for a 'rare' Gold Red Scorpion card in May last year. The civil servant bought the card from a seller on Zone X's online forum.
The card has allowed his two sons, aged five and 10, to bag three championships in Animal Kaiser tournaments organised by Zone X throughout Singapore on Sundays.
For the past year, Mr Ng and his sons have been visiting arcades every weekend. He claims the game develops analytical skills as 'the boys have to know which cards to mix and match for the best results'.
Mr Ng has spent close to $4,000 to garner a collection of 300 Animal Kaiser cards, bought from people who advertised on Zone X's forum.
Some parents have also gathered on the forum, not to discuss parenting tips but to trade these cards. One post read: 'My son just got contaminated with the AK virus, sigh. I'm looking for cards. Anyone with extras to sell please e-mail me.'
Price lists for various avatar cards appear on forums.
One seller, Mrs Wendy Ong, 39, said she managed to sell a 'gold lion' card for $80. She has spent a total of $100 on these cards since she started playing the game with her two sons, aged 13 and 10, about a year ago.
The manager at a private school said she 'dislikes' the game but plays with her children to bond with them.
Others are not sure if this is the way to bond. Dr Carol Balhetchet, director of youth services at Singapore Children's Society, said: 'Is our society so bored that we have nowhere to go?
'If adults, supposedly cognitively mature, can get addicted to computer games, how much more children?' She added that board games like Monopoly and Scrabble can create the same family bonding opportunity indoors.
Admitting that there is a risk of addiction, Mrs Ong allows her sons to play once a week and only when they 'behave', and limits each session to just half an hour.
On his part, Mr Ng lets his children go to the arcades only when they have done their homework. 'My aim is to balance study and play time,' he said.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Back of Some ultimate cards to display

Cobalt Back

Zeke Back

2 barcodes for free!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Version 13 Gold Sea Urchin starting bid 1 Yen

Starting bid @ 1 yen only!!!
:  1 円

残り時間 :  2 日詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  1入札履歴

Local Version 2 cards on sale at Japan auction

Price (Buy it now is 12,500 Yen)

:  2,100 円

:  12,500 円

残り時間 :  8 時間詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  2入札履歴

Ultimate Ninja Wolf for sale... starting bid 100 Yen

:  100 円

残り時間 :  3 日詳細な残り時間
入札件数 :  0入札履歴

Animal Kaiser pictures

Coloring Artwork #1
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Coloring Artwork #2
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Coloring Artwork #3
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Coloring Artwork #4
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Master Apollo starting bid at 100 Yen ($1.50) with bonus cards

Wow very cheap... starting bid at 100 Yen.


:  100 円

残り時間 :  2 日詳細な残り時間


The cards