Aurich, Germany – JRSoftWorX, an innovative new mobile game developer, is excited with the success of Bouncing Bubbles – The absolutely crazy bubble shooter game for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Apple has taken notice of the games too, featuring the games on their much heralded What’s Hot Dice and Family Games feature categories. The games feature a diverse variety of game modes and features across the board with popular social networking platforms.
A wildly engaging arcade gaming adventure, Bouncing Bubbles games offer players a new spin on classic bubble shooter games, challenging users to blast all the bubbles off their screen in as few shots as possible across multiple unique game modes! User-approved hits on iTunes, Bouncing Bubbles are currently available for download on the Apple App Store for $0.99 and for free in the Games category.
Games include ultra-realistic bubble motion courtesy of a powerful physics engine as well, and offer users intuitive gameplay that tasks players with the simple yet endlessly entertaining challenge of decimating a block of bubbles by shooting other bubbles into it. Players can make bubbles disappear by creating same colored bubble lines that have three or more bubbles attached to one another.
The goal in Bouncing Bubbles is to use as few shots as possible, as quickly as possible, in order to reign supreme and achieve the highest score possible and survive each level. To boot, the comes complete with loads of unique bubbles skins, whose themes run from wooden blocks to cute round ladybugs, and many others in between. Don’t wait any longer, see why legions of mobile gamers have gotten hooked on Bouncing Bubbles and start blasting your way to the top today.
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