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Bollycao Sonic X Pickers Pogs

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This collection is composed of 102 different pogs, however some of them (maybe all... I can't remember) have 3 variants (same drawing, same number, different colors) ... kids were supposed to play a game with them in which the pogs, were put on the ground, kids would throw the ball at the pogs and then sum the points in the back of the pogs which got sticked to the ball, thus obtaining a score... something like that... --Asagoth (talk) 11:26, 12 February 2019 (EST)

Edit: Yep... is that it... 3 variants for each pog ... and if my memory isn't failing... each has a different score in the back ... so we have 306 pogs in total... a photo for reference...--Asagoth (talk) 13:35, 12 February 2019 (EST)
All the 102 drawings (the order is right to left):

...--Asagoth (talk) 16:02, 12 February 2019 (EST)

Pickers

Pickers was one of their many brands of collectables... they were sold at kiosks and had an album... however the Sonic X collection was a Panrico exclusive and was not sold in any store... the only way to get them was buying and eating lots of Bollycao buns... I can't find a commercial ... but I found the commercial for the Pokemon Pickers in their archived website... you guys can see it here to get an idea...--Asagoth (talk) 13:14, 14 February 2019 (EST)

Edit: Not of the best quality ... but here's a photo with some of them in their packets... as you guys can see they came with a litlle card which contained instructions/rules for the games that could be played with them...--Asagoth (talk) 06:24, 15 February 2019 (EST)

"Engánchalos Todos"!

The best proof that this collection was released in Spain and Portugal is in the leaflet that came with the ball ... if you look closely you will see the slogan of this collection written in Spanish ("Engánchalos Todos!", written in white) and in Portuguese ("Agárra-os Todos!", written in yellow) which in English translates for "Grab/Catch/Pick/Hook Them All!"... similar to the "Pokémon" slogan... what was released in Spain by Panrico was also released in Portugal by Panrico's subsidiary Panrico Portugal... obviously...--Asagoth (talk) 05:21, 20 February 2019 (EST)