New games - new emotions. Now Bubbles are more perfect and funny. They are smiling, chatting, jumping, they are alive! Just start to play and little heroes will become one of your best friends, presenting you sprightly laugh and fun!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:31
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Universal game for both kids and their parents. Visit the world of Bubbles and you will not only be infected with their sprightly laugh and have much fun with little heroes but also have a chance to train your mind and vision. Making friends with Superman, Flash light, Bomb, Double-the-score and others, and mastering some special skills you will forget what is boredom forever. The rules are easy to understand. Just play and train. The goal of the game is to remove all the bubbles from the board and to get as many points as possible. Just shoot at them with bubbles that appear at the bottom. Point your mouse to the spot on the board you want the next bubble to go to and click to shoot. If there are three or more bubbles of the same color clustered together, they will all explode. The more bubbles you blow up with a single shot, the more points you get. Keep in mind that the less number of shots you make - the more points you get. Besides, if any bubbles fall apart from the rest they will explode too. You should try to separate bubbles in such a way because in this case your score increases tenfold. Good luck!
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