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May 9, 2008 | 4:16 AM EDT

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Match 3 or more bubbles and feed the bubble-eating plant his favorite bubble.

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Dear reviewers,

1. Please tell me what you would like to see improved in this game?
2. Any requests for things you would like to see in a sequel?
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Reviews


chucho28chucho28

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 12, 2008

Very nice only...

i really love your work,
yeah this kind of game is actually done
but a lot of works too don't you think so?
so the creative thing in this game that others don't have
is graphics,style, difficulty, sound and a lot of other things.
i really support your idea of wanting reviews with improvements
because that shows that you are always looking forward your works
and trying to make them better.
This game as a general way it's awesome, just make it little improvements like
make more clear the instructions, everybody know that 3 balls of same color disapear but what if there's a plant or a bomb by there.
Another thing is the difficult, it was really really hard to beat
maybe some power ups could fix that.
the last thing is the matter that is not a free game well if you want a profit
i would not blame you for that but in NG is everything by everyone yeah i know is not everything free by everyone but people maybe won't smile at seeing something like this, at least not here...
well excelent work, please keep the good work in your proyects
maybe you should sell it when it's made with some improvements :)
10/10 5/5



ThexorThexor

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 12, 2008

Done before, better and free-r

Simply put, this game is an exact clone of dozens of games currently in existence. As far as I'm concerned, any game that attempts to replicate something so common should at least try to implement something new. This game does not, save for the tree stumps - and all the stumps do is mess up combos when one of the balls involved is remotely in contact with the stump.

Now, of these features alone, I would likely rate the game 4/10 - it implements nothing new that hasn't been done many times before, it lacks any instructions (how do you know what colour to feed the plants?), the shifting of the board comes without warning and easily messes up combos, meaning that long-term strategy is near-useless. But then, we find that the author has only supplied a demo! The 'real' version, with 'features' such as Time Attack (the game with a timer), and "Engaging avatar system", as I quote from the website (it allows you to give yourself a name and picture), requires you to pay $20. I note that the names used on said website's screenshots are "abc" and "qqqqqqqqq", indicating the obvious level of care that the author has put into making and advertising this game.

In short, this game pissed me off. I give it a 2 only because I must strive to rate games based on how they play, not on how greedy the author is. This game is a pathetic clone of dozens of other bubble shooters, with new (but not improved) graphics and a couple of feeble attempts at new features. If, reader, you truly enjoy this game, I encourage you to spend five minutes (it will take no longer) searching the web for games identical to this, without a $20 charge.



topatopa

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars May 12, 2008

good?

boring and lame...



Balmung2Balmung2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 12, 2008

whoa jeez.

this is the fifth time I caught myself playing this game. very well done.



unfoundarsonistunfoundarsonist

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 12, 2008

holy crap

Wow... I actually won ^_^ Good work on the game. No flaws here