Publisher: CookApps
Size: 55.66M
Compatibility: 4.0.3 and up for Android devices; iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Price: free

Facebook Gameroom is an interesting place to enjoy simple games and pass the time as you socialize with friends. Bubble CoCo embodies this concept, giving you an interesting and easy-to-play game that at a glance might seem pointless, but actually does have a background story and a mission. This is what I love about Facebook Gameroom pieces.


Bubble CoCo game invested heavily in using captivating colors to spruce up this otherwise simple game. The fixed background might be on a fixed drawn farm layout, but the hen, the chick and the tomatoes you will be bursting as you fight your way to saving the children sure do look good. Reminiscent of the Candy Crush game, the game lets you hit the fruits arranged in a row with similar colored fruits. The animations might not be so mind-blowing, but the accompanying sounds and subtle bubbling sure does make the game great to look at. Graphics of this app deserves the score 9 out of 10!

What Is It about?

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Bubble CoCo gameplay is simple and straightforward. You have the bubbles with which you can slingshot and burst the bubbles the fox has created to wall you off. You can right-click or hit the space bar to change bubble colors since hitting the wall with the wrong color bubbles will make them stick.

Once you have the right ammo, you will have to point to your target and launch the bubble by clicking.

The ultimate goal is to burst all the blocking bubbles and unlock the ones that have your chicks enclosed. This might take a bit of scheming and calculating, but the good thing is that the game’s difficulty grows as you move up the levels.

All in all, the gameplay makes for a casual easy-to-play game with a soothing background tone that will not only be pleasant to the kids but also welcome to a tired adult who just wants to calm down after a long and hard day. The score is 8 out of 10.

To Replay or Not To Replay

Would I spend hours replaying levels in this game if I had no motivation? Not really. It might be a puzzle, a mind game but the replay value is really low unless you want to earn lives to help you survive the tougher levels. Somewhere along the way, it might get more challenging and interesting to keep replaying just so that you can beat a level, but that just all there is to it.

If you run out of lives, you will have to do some trades in order to keep the game rolling and stand a chance of saving all the children before the evil fox consumes them. I think the score of this point is 6 out of 10.

Is It Good?

The Bubble CoCo game will be a very interesting game if you love solving puzzles. There is more to the game than just blowing bubbles and matching colors. You have to choose the perfect spot to place your shot, think of how you can bounce it off the wall to register your hit. I personally think that this is a great mind game for everyone. It is a great way to flex your brain muscles without making you put too much thought into the process. 

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9.0 /10


8.0 /10

Replay Value

6.0 /10

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Publisher: Sugarman Games, LLC.

Recommended Age: 12 and Up

Number of Players: 4 - as many players as you can get!

Game Length: 60-75 minutes

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