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The Bubble Jumper

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rated 3.32 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Action - Platformer - Other
Tags:
bubbles
survival
physics
powerups

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Mar 10, 2011 | 3:45 PM EST

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Author Comments

Haven't really done a game like this before and is a little different from the usual game I produce. I hope you like it. Constructuve feedback is always welcome.

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Robots love stars. The robot's sole aim is to get as many as he can. The problem is they are attached to giant floating bubbles raising from the sea.
Jump the robot from bubble to bubble, collecting stars on the way, avoiding damage bubbles, repeller bubbles, falling into the sea and bombs.

Instructions
Use the left and right arrow keys or A and D to move. Hold the up arrow or W to increase your jumping power, and release to jump.

Reviews


DJStatikaDJStatika

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun feel good game

Great game. The feel good music, the peaceful graphics combined with the satisfying popping sound all combines to form a very pleasant experience.



vest816vest816

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love it. Great game!

Howdy ho Flash portal neighborino!

Really like how this game looks and plays. I like the very simple gameplay and objectives set forth, and it's also got some pretty addictive qualities! Even though the challenge ramps up quite a bit, the soothing tunes and pleasant visual style do a great job at keeping frustration at bay.

If I could dump a couple critiques, if you wouldn't mind...

I didn't notice the 'jump power' bar until after a few rounds in the game. I think a more visual representation of the robot charging up for a jump, like squishing down or his jets starting to glow, or just a simple arrow point up from his head like a trajectory arc, would really help drive the idea that holding down the jump button gives you a bigger jump. Another thing I found was the tutorial prompts seemed a bit jumbled and tough to read, and a lot of the introductory UI flow didn't flow too well (needs more negative spacing between the different visual elements).

Overall though, really liked it, showed it to the boys in the office, they got a kick out of it too.