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GoldFish in Trouble - Puzzle

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Bubble Trouble is a super-basic Bust-a-Move clone for your Pocket PC.

Bubble Trouble Clear all the bubbles and get yourself out of trouble! Destroy the bouncing bubbles by splitting them again and again with a line from your harpoon gun, but don’t let them touch you! Collect items dropped to gain advantages and score bonus points by eliminating all the bubbles before time runs out. Are you up the challenge? How to play Bubble Trouble: In this fun game for children, your mission is to pop all bubbles and advance to the next level. When you pop a bubble it splits into two smaller ones. You have to keep splitting them until they disappear. How to play: Move around by using left and right arrow keys and press spacebar button when a ball is right above you or it is coming towards you and and is very close. If a bubble touches you, it sticks on you and it’s a loss. Sometimes you’ll see some collectable symbols- coins and other stuff. Collect them. The faster you pop all the bubbles, the more points you’ll get. You can select controls in the control menu: either keyboard or mouse control. Default is the keyboard and you move left and right using the left and right arrows. Shoot by pressing the space bar.

Bubble Trouble's world is filled with lusciously-drawn cartoony critters who give that cranky crab from "The Little Mermaid" a run for his money. But money isn't what you'll be running from: an otherwise peaceful fish bowl has been filled with bubbles that are being tossed around in an enthralling game of "Squish the Fish!"

Bubble Trouble is a short after .

  • Bloomsbury publishing, Bubble Trouble, children's books, illustration, picture book, Tom Percival

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I wasn't sure if it was true at first but I think... [sob] I'm a Bubble Trouble addict! Ever since my friend beat my high score I've been determined to reclaim my throne... Also I really like Avara and Escape-Velocity. Keep on pumping those games out . As always you guys rule... LONG LIVE AMBROSIA! LONG LIVE HECTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have now used a considerable percentage of my life that I could have used to tackle issues like world hunger and devoted them instead to breaking previous record scores in Bubble Trouble. I have no legal recourse, I know, but I thought I should just whine. That game is plenty addictive.