Parents' Guide to

Bubble Witch 3 Saga

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Clever physics-based puzzler focuses on bubble-popping fun.

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age 12+

Based on 5 parent reviews

age 2+

Way Too Many Ads

This App Keeps Showing A Advertisement Of A Pill For Loosing Weight Which I Really Don’t Need I Can’t Ignore The Ad It Keeps Popping Up All The Time Every Few Seconds It’s Not A Ad I Want To See All The Time There Is A “Remove Ads” Feature Which Costs Lots Of Money It’s Like $99.99 Dollars Which I’m Not Paying For I Will Ignore The “Remove Ads” Feature That Keeps Popping Up It Has A “Yes” and A “No” Button I Press “No” All The Time Because I Am Not Paying For A “Stupid” “Remove Ads” Feature Some Of The Ads Contain Lots Of Violence Like Shooting With Guns,Stabbing,Knifes,Blood Not Only That Some Ads Have Bad Messages Like “I’m Going To Skin You Alive” “Your Not Nice” “Your Not The Best Person In The World That’s Not Okay” “Your An Idiot!” Be Careful On Which Apps Your Child Chooses To Download Because Some Of The Ads In Certain Apps May Contain Violence And Bad Words Also Maybe Swearing Just Be Careful With Children Of ALL Ages On What a they Choose To Download For An App
age 12+


The levels are unpredictable. Promised rewards are scarce and often absent. When the game enters you in a contest, you find no one is on equal footing, so the user is now wasting time and energy on an unfair game. This is discouraging and NOT conducive to spending money. If you click on an Ad for a booster, you are rewarded with the game resetting and a loss of progress. Now you have the sponsors wasting their money. Do not waste your time.

Privacy Rating Warning

  • Personal information is sold or rented to third parties.
  • Personal information is shared for third-party marketing.
  • Personalised advertising is displayed.
  • Data are collected by third-parties for their own purposes.
  • User's information is used to track and target advertisements on other third-party websites or services.
  • Data profiles are created and used for personalised advertisements.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (5 ):
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Like playing pool with a ton of balls, this physics-based puzzle game uses simple mechanics to make something compelling and fun. Using simple touch controls, Bubble Witch 3 Saga has you trying to pop all the bubbles on the screen before you run out of shots. By aiming and then launching one of your colored bubbles, you try to hit one of the same color that's next to another that's also of that color; -- i.e., three in a row. Do this, and all the same colored bubbles will pop. Do it multiple times, and you'll reach your ultimate goal of clearing all the bubbles -- or at least all the bubbles holding owls. But while this may sound simple, it doesn't stay that way. Besides having a limited number of shots -- well, once you get past the first dozen levels or so -- you also have no control over the color of your shooting bubble, though you often have a choice between two colors. On the flip side, there are special bubbles that can help you, as well as uncolored bubbles that can become colorized. But while this is fun, the controls can sometimes be a little slow to respond, and you can accidentally misfire. Still, if you enjoyed the previous Bubble Witch games and need a break from matching candies or gems of the same color, Bubble Witch 3 Saga will keep you engaged until the next semester at Hogwarts.

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