|This product has been discontinued.|
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
Not to be confused with the Motorized Ballzooka MP150.
It comes packaged with ten Ballistic Balls.
The Ballzooka holds up to fifteen Ballistic Balls, with each of the five barrels on the blaster's rotating turret holding up to three balls at a time. It does not have a firing trigger and instead uses a HAMP-style grip handle to fire it.
- It was featured as a weapon in Nerf Arena Blast.
- The Ballzooka was also featured as a weapon in Bubsy II, as a promotional deal between Nerf and Accolade, the game's publisher. The blaster was used as a key point in the game's advertisement.
- Unlike what was shown on the packaging, the Ballzooka doesn't fire all three balls from the same barrel before rotating to the next barrel. It actually fires one ball and then rotates to the next barrel.
- The unreleased SuperMAXX 1600 features a similar turret, but would have fired SuperMAXX Balls.
|The full image gallery for Ballzooka may be viewed at Ballzooka/Gallery.|
- ↑ Ballzooka® (Review). Nerf Reviewed!. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2014-02-22.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Michal, M.. NC Review - Nerf® Ballzooka® (Review). NerfCenter. Archived from the original on 2016-04-03. Retrieved on 2014-07-17.
|Nerf Action blasters|
|1994||Ballzooka • Chainblazer • Double Crossbow • Sneak Shot • Sonic Stinger Bow 'n' Arrow • Switchfire|
|1995||Crossbow • Ripsaw • Secret Shot • Sharpshooter II|