July 13, 2009

Vic Mahfood

Bubble Pop

COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Entertainment, Games, Native, Puzzle
..RELEASED: 6/25/09, VERSION: 1.3 -- RATING: 2-1/2 Stars..

Bubble Pop is a colorful game where you get to utilize your speed, skill and dexterity. The many excellent features include: superb graphics and animation, unique sound effects and music, levels for unlocking bubble power, a choice of Puzzle or Timed game modes, and a handy save feature that allows you to finish playing later. There is also a simple interface that is easy for kids and adults, as well as a nifty scoring and level display. Enjoy a little mindless fun, that you won't want to quit!

"This app is a colorful puzzle game that you won't be able to put down. Try to empty the bubble tank by popping bubbles in groups of 3 or more. You'll have to be quick to complete each level before time runs out.  For the ultimate in bubble-popping fun, try Bubble Pop today!"

--Note:  This app requires OS 2.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: Free for a limited time only!
--Languages: English
--Developer: Bapsoft LLC

Note: Prices, Ratings and Versions are subject to change. Please visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:

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