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What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Bubble Buster is a simple marble-popping arcade game with no objectionable content. There's a colorblind mode in which the bubbles are differentiated by shape instead of color. A similar game for iDevices, Bubble Shooter, is available in the App Store. This app was reviewed on a Motorola Milestone handset.
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Constantly one left I loved this game for my 8 year old granddaughter. We started playing it together. It’s a great wholesome game. But I’m not seeing any kind of rhyme or reason or skills required. As you get to the higher levels. It all seems very random & I think the complainant is, you can get to ONE left several times & never advance a level & then randomly you skip a few in a row & then are stuck again. IF there was some kind of formula where a skill was required, it might be worth the time. But come on dude. How many times can you get to one left, before you just delete it?
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Is It Any Good?
Inspired by the likes of Bust-a-Move and Puzzle Bobble, BUBBLE BUSTER's marble-popping gameplay (shoot colored bubbles from a cannon to pop clusters of three or more) brings almost nothing new to the table save for a level editor that players can download for free as an add-on. Still, the game serves up 120 challenging levels and remembers your progress if you quit, making it a good little free timewaster to have on your phone.
- Device: Android
- Pricing structure: Free
- Release date: January 26, 2011
- Category: Puzzle Games
- Publisher: SkitApps
- Version: 3.0
- Last updated: July 10, 2020
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