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Bubble Bobble

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Bubble Bobble (NES)
In a strange and magical forest full of danger and delight, where everything is good to eat, and jolly round dinosaurs bounce and play in peace, lived two such creatures named Bub and Bob. One day Bub and Bob got word that two of their Brontosaurus buddies had been abducted by Baron von Blubba who lived in the evil forest just beyond the horizon. So Bub and Bob set off to find their friends and bring them to safety, but the Baron had sent many ill-tempered and hungry beasties to the forest to stop Bub and Bob from finding their friends. Only Bub and Bob's magical bubble-blowing powers could save them from spontaneous ingestion.
--From the NES Bubble Bobble instruction manual.

One of the classics of the NES, Bubble Bobble is a game that every retro gamer should play at least once in their life. Originally on an Arcade platform, later on it was ported to several other systems, including the NES, and never lost its charm. It featured a very original game-play style, a kind of action puzzler/platformer.

The graphics match the cheerful mood, a simple yet whimsical atmosphere about as you're playing, and they are quite good for this old system. The cartoony sounds match everything well also, even if the theme song is probably the only one you'll hear most of the time. But it's so classic and fits the mood. Taito definitely has made their mark in the gaming industry with Bubble Bobble, and you'll be hard pressed to find anything more unique. A recommendation for all gamers!


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Bubble Bobble (Sega GameGear)
Bubble Bobble started as an arcade game and was ported to many systems. This was a good port. The first time I played it was on NES, and this port has graphics and sounds that are just as good or better. The controls are real easy because there are two actions, and two buttons. They were also nice and responsive. The story is a classic, your girlfriends have been kidnapped and it's up to you and your friend to save them.

There are a lot of levels, monsters, bonuses, and power-ups which made for some great gameplay. The gameplay was also unique in that each level was one screen that you could jump around in. If there was a hole at the bottom, you could fall down it, and you would come out the top. Also, you could go up the top, and come out the bottom. This game is a lot of fun and highly addictive.


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Bubble Bobble 2: Rainbow Islands (NES)
Rainbow Rider

Far away in the middle of the Rainbow Sea, seven islands rise from the salty water. This is where Bubby was born, not long ago, under a brilliant rainbow. Bubby has always been able to make rainbows spring from his hands just for fun. One day while Bubby and his brother Bobby were playing in the woods, Krabo, an old monster, cast an evil spell on the islanders. Bubby knew right away that only he and his rainbow magic could save his family and friends. In order to break Krabo's evil spell, Bubby must explore all seven islands and collect a big diamond from each one. This is the only way he can defeat Krabo. You must help Bubby in his mission!

HURRY BUBBY! After a certain amount of time the islands will sink and there will be no one left to save! Along the way Bubby will have many adventures and get into all kinds of trouble. You must help Bubby make decisions that could determine the fate of all the islanders. Good luck Bubby!
--From the NES Bubble Bobble 2: Rainbow Islands instruction manual.

Bubble Bobble 2 is a pretty fun game. The gameplay is almost as entertaining as the first installment. The graphics are pretty good. There is a lot of use of bright colors and you can tell the animation and drawing were done by the same programmers as the first Bubble Bobble. The sound effects and music are kinda cheesy, but they are also reminiscent of the first installment. The controls are easy to learn and they are also pretty much the same as the first one, so if you've already played Bubble Bobble, you can pick this one right up. The story is kinda corny, but most of them are. There are several secrets to find including secret levels which adds to the replayability factor, and the difficulty in completing the game.


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Bubble Bobble Part 2 (Gameboy)


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Bust-A-Move (Super Nintendo)
Hey, all you puzzle-playing game gurus-- it's time to blast some bubbles in Bust-A-Move! Follow the instructions below to get going on all the bubble-bursting action.
--From the Super Nintendo Bust-A-Move instruction manual.

Bust-A-Move was also known as Puzzle Bobble, a reference to its stars, Bubby and Bobby, and their original appearance in the Bubble Bobble series of games. Bust-A-Move isn't much like those games, though. This is a puzzle game in which you try to eliminate different colored bubbles on the screen by getting at least three of the same color side by side. The idea of this relatively simple puzzle game has become extremely popular on the Internet recently, in many variations such as Dynomite, Pop and Drop, and that Snood game everybody was playing a while back.


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Bust-A-Move (Sega GameGear)


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Bust-A-Move 2 Arcade Edition (Gameboy)


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Bust-A-Move 4 (Gameboy Color)


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Bust-A-Move Millennium (Gameboy Color)
The Golden Puzzle has been stolen! Help Bub bring happiness back to the once peaceful Puzzle World!
--from the cover of Bust-A-Move Millennium for Game Boy Color

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