Newgrounds Background Image Theme

KouteiFK just joined the crew!

We need you on the team, too.

Support Newgrounds and get tons of perks for just $2.99!

Create a Free Account and then..

Become a Supporter!

Bubble Pop

Share Collapse

Author Comments

Click bubbles, earn points, buy upgrades, repeat!

Bubble Pop! Is a simple arcade style game designed for a nice casual, relaxing experience. Sit down for a quick few games, or settle in to beat your own high score.

I present my submission to Stencyl Jame 2015, Bubble Pop!
A very late start on this project due to other issues has left me with a game I'm fairly proud of yet still disappointed in. The majority of this project ended up being done over the weekend with very little sleep and other obligations in the way. There's a few minor bugs, the presentation is lacking, but for learning a tool and pumping out something that is fun to play in just a few days, I'm very happy with it! No matter how I end up in the judging, I'm sure I'll go back to this a few days from now and fix up the things that bother me and make a phone version, where it was originally intended to be.

I welcome all feedback and criticism! For those of you much more familiar with Stencyl, I'd love to pick your brains on more efficient ways to do a few areas of the game.

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

For such a simple game, I found myself a little bit addicted to popping those bubbles XD The store was a nice feature. It gave the player a reason to want to collect points. Plus, who doesn't like popping bubbles anyway?

It's a little lacking in presentation and content, however, my biggest issue was how basic the game-play was. It was literally "Click on bubbles to get points". Obviously this game was done to help you get some experience with Stencyl, however you could make it significantly better with a few little changes to make the game more difficult and fun. Maybe have red bubbles or something that you aren't allowed to touch or have the bubbles be smaller or move faster the longer they are on screen. Also, maybe have different levels so that it doesn't seem so monotonous. Still, kudos for making your first game.

aka-Phil responds:

Thanks for the feedback, and I agree. I plan to use this as a jumping off point for a much deeper game. Different game modes, different types of bubbles, ect, using what I have currently as a free play mode.

Credits & Info

4.35 / 5.00

May 12, 2015
2:06 AM EDT
  • Stencyl