|This series has been discontinued.|
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
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The term "Ball Blasters" is an unofficial moniker for a small series of ball blaster that were produced between 2005 and 2006. The blaster in the series all featured similar color schemes and many similarities, such as the handles on both the Atom Blaster and Buzzsaw.
This series was a replacement series for the previous year's Atom Blasters line. While the line originally only consisted of the Atom Blaster, the Buzzsaw and Reactor joined the blaster in December of 2006.
The series ran for several years and initially only the Atom Blaster was discontinued. The remaining blasters in the Ball Blasters series could still be purchased in some retail stores, most notably Toys "R" Us in North America, up until the release of the N-Strike Elite series in 2012.
Ball Blasters products
|1970s||Nerf Animal • Nerf Critter • Nerf-Mobile|
|1980s||Hot Shot • Motorman • Nerfuls • Original Nerf|
|1990s||Aero • AirJet Power • AirJet Power Plus • Ambush Rip Rockets • Cyber Stryke Gear • Hydro • Hyper Rip Rockets • Hyper Sight • Max Force • Max Force 2112 • Mega Blitz • Nerf Action • Rip Rockets • SuperMAXX|
|2000s||2003 series • Action Blasters • Air Tech • Atom Blasters • Ball Blasters • Dart Tag • Lazer Tag • N-Force • Power Nerf|
|2010s||Alien Menace • Combat Creatures • Rebelle|
|Sub-series||Biosquad • Charmed • Clear Series • Code Red Collection • Elite Repaint • Firevision Ignite • Firevision Sports • Gear Up • Head 2 Head • Koosh Vortex • Light It Up • Multishot Madness • Pro Nerf • Nick & Nerf • Red Strike • Remix • Secrets & Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Sonic Series • Super Stripes Collection • Switch Shots • Whiteout Series • Z.E.D. Squad|