Mason's Bubble Blast

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Mason must use his bubble blaster to escape the evil ferrets!

This game was originally made for my girlfriend's son for Christmas. Use the arrow keys to run and the spacebar to shoot and do tricks on the snowboard. If the spacebar doesn't work (Mac users), you can use the 'a' key to shoot as well.

Programming by Tom Fulp!
Art by Jose Ortiz!
Narration, Queen Peanut and Ginsu voiced by Oxyjen

(Just a another friendly little side note..This game was intentionally made with a 6 year old in mind..So Some may find it a little on the easy side:)

You can download the Boss BGM at:

The Song is Called "robotNIK-Remix"


That was awesome.

Even if it was made for a 6 year old it was still an awesome little game! I played the whole thing through. Ima play it again too. NICE WORK!

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i had mixed feelings on this, while the graphics & gameplay are nice, the dialouge & the voice acting sucked. i mean the kid sounded like a 8 year old on morphine & the dialouge was as crappy as zero wings(all your base for the lamen) all in all not a bad game, but it still need improvement.

Pretty Good, but I have one question

Really, eating things that come out of a missle is bad enough, but a ferret turd? And what about the little guy that comes out of it? Who would want to be in there, let alone eat something that came out of it?

Oooooo, a game

This game kick ass for 2 reasons. 1. It was highly entertaining, and 2. The Sonic The Hedgehog music. Sonic is the greatest videogame character ever (rivaled only by Max Payne) and anything that pays homage to him in any way is a winner in my book. I'm sure your girlfriend's son loved it!


how sweet of the dude to make this for his kid... and for picco dude to help him... and its a fun game... but... WHY THE HECK ISNT PICCO 2 DONE YET!!!!

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3.56 / 5.00

Dec 30, 2001
10:57 AM EST
Action - Shooter - Run 'n Gun
  • Daily 3rd Place December 31, 2001