Bubble Shooter

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Bubble Shooter
Developer(s) Absolutist LTD
Publisher(s) Absolutist LTD
Platform(s) iOS, Mac OS, Android, Flash, Palm OS, Pocket PC
Release date(s) 2002
Genre(s) Puzzle Bobble 2 clone, Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player

Bubble Shooter is a clone of Taito Corporation's 1995 arcade game Puzzle Bobble 2 released by Absolutist in 2002. It was ported to iOS in 2010.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

The goal of the game is to clear the playing field by forming groups of three or more like-colored marbles. The game ends when the balls reach the bottom line of the screen. The more balls destroyed in one shot, the more points scored. A player wins when there are no balls remaining on the playing field.

There are 4 difficulty levels: EasyRide, Novice, Expert, Master. Two scoring modes: Classic, Sniper. The Classic Mode suggests slow-paced gameplay with no time or shots limits. The goal of the Sniper Mode is to clear the playfield using minimum shots.

There are two game modes:

  • Strategy – Shots limit
  • Arcade – Time limit

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bubble Shooter". Apple App Store. 

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