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Nov 2, 2006 | 3:42 AM EST

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Expanding the core concept of Soap Bubble 1, this game has the bubble struggling with wind tunnels, water hazards and a vast array of haywire machinery.

CONTROLS: Pressing any arrow key increases the speed of the bubble for as long as you hold it down. Therefore, very LIGHT and CONTINUOS touches are required to navigate the bubble successfully through each level.

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drizzit06drizzit06

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 2, 2007

my only problem with it is...

You can't beat the last screen, can you? I've tried everything and I got to the very end without even dying once only to die over and over and over. Is it something I'm doing wrong or is it intenionally not beatable? Otherwise an amazing game and I hope one day maybe we will see a soap bubble 3 or 4. A great game that defiently needs to be revisited, I love it. Keep up the great work.


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struma responds:

Sure you can. When the exhaust halo is almost engulfing you, you are there. Just keep trying.


youngopyoungop

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 6, 2006

I like

It's been a long time since I found this kind of maze game that was both good AND challenging. I don't see why I should write a long review about this because all there is to say is: pro work, awesome game. (I never knew a soap bubble could be so cool to play with ;))

One small thing: I died (err...exploded?) in the level where you're in the tank with liquid in it, and where you got to go past a ventilator. When I tried to go back to the level with the code, it said that it was invalid. I rechecked it by playing the game through to that point again, and the code matched the one I tried to use. I also gave up the game there because I just can't get past that level! ^^

For the rest, I really hope you'll make soap bubble III.

-Matt

Yo mat, I understand what you going through. I made it there also with the underwater fan yea the code doesnt work


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struma responds:

The first letter is acctually a Q not an O, making the code: QLFX

Hope that helps. And yeah, I agree, the font has it's bad moments.


IrondrgntpIrondrgntp

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 5, 2006

Extremely Challenging

This game is very creative, challenging, and impressive for its originality. Although, taking into consideration how difficult some levels are, I can bet a lot of people will criticize it and find excuses like: "It's stupid, I hate it", "Way too hard!", or something like that. I think people that give it a bad rating for how difficult is, are just venting because they can't handle it. At first I thought the second level was a bit confusing, but now I'm really far! (Not going to give the code away, but trust me I'm far.) People should give it a good rating, or at least not rate it by how they felt after playing it, but how much they appreciate the time and the thought that went into making this game.



RidelRidel

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 11, 2008

HAHAHAHAHAHA

Finally I beat it my god that is hard at some parts lol good game, nice work mate



NickD119NickD119

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 2, 2006

This is art

Starting off with a seemingly innocent menu screen, reflecting the naivety of most of us in that we feel a sense of false security about our world, the bubble ventures into the factory doorway.

**Spoiler Alert**

Onward it travels, drifting upon a conveyer belt being loaded with a single glowing sphere supported by a small base. It is all too soon that the bubble realizes that those innocent glowing spheres are uranium.

Or does it really realize it? Does it just travel on ignorant of the fact that it is in a factory designed to create apocalyptic means?

In the end, as the missile makes its fuel-propelled ascent, you know that this is probably a nuclear missile, perhaps the first launch, that will contribute to the end of the world.

The bubble might or might not realize it.

It almost seems an insignificant effort to try to save a mere soap bubble from being popped by the wake of the launch, but you can't stop. If there is one good thing that will come out of this day -- which is quite possibly the worst day in human history on earth -- it will be that you save this fucking bubble!!! At least you have some small part in depleting the evil that will soon leave its mark on this day.


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