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This is version 1.2! That means finally some key mapping and collectable bubbles gravitate towards your tank when in range.

You are a bubble tank fighting other bubble tanks and collecting bubbles, all within an even larger bubblefield.

Nothing but clean, wholesome, bubble fun.

At only about 320 kb, this little game is able to generate and maintain over 8000 battlefields and 37,000 enemies.

Enjoy!
Game Instructions:

Use A,W,S,D to move. Mouse to aim and shoot.

Reviews


Very good

An excellent, clean cut fun action title.



nice

could never find all enemies,but fun.



it wont grow but it is good

it wont grow after the transparent shield bubble on my computer


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cool game, alot like "Flow".

like i said, alot like the game flow.. i mean dident look or feel like flow but it kinda works the same.



HOLY CRAP!

i said that like ten times. let me give you a little scenario:

empty bubble, grr. lets try here.. no... no... no... no- holy crap! a big daddy(that's what i call the big one, that shoot doublesize spheres)!

so i kill that one and move one, only to be discovered by a tracker(what i call the ones who shoot homing missiles that can be whacked like the others- yes, i invented my own lingo!). so i say that phrase, kill that one, move on, and find a mother(the wierd spawny thingy- man, i'm good at this!). i realize that i can train off of that, so i do, then move on, to a barrage of big daddies, trackers, and this huge thing i call "crab". i am sidetracked by saying my catchphrase, so they kill me, and i get sent to the "safest" field- a new barrage. i say it one more time, then it freezes up. (i have an old computer)

overall, it is a great game, it is definetly going in my faves. i will be waiting for the sequel!


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Views
287,535
Votes
8,644
Score
4.27 / 5.00

Uploaded
Mar 22, 2007
4:35 PM EDT
Genre
Action - Shooter - Multidirectional
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