If you are a fan of bubble shooter games, this Bubble Shoot Android app should be on your get list. A tiny get (takes up about 1.2Mbs), this app is convenient for passing the time and improving your hand-eye coordination. Graphics The app has flashy graphics despite its really small size, meaning it looks great on any Google Android device. The 2D animation is quite minimalistic, and the gra...
If you are a fan of bubble shooter games, this Bubble Shoot Android app should be on your get list. A tiny get (takes up about 1.2Mbs), this app is convenient for passing the time and improving your hand-eye coordination.
The app has flashy graphics despite its really small size, meaning it looks great on any Google Android device. The 2D animation is quite minimalistic, and the graphics are really simple so don’t expect too much from the design. It is really colorful, and the bubbles are full of vibrant colors. Due to the small size of the UI, the ball can move faster than in other bubble shooter games. The score of the app's graphics is 8.5 out of 10.
What Is It About?
The game is simple; make combinations of three or more bubbles to make them burst. This game has 1860 levels, and each subsequent level becomes progressively more difficult. You just need to aim and shoot at the color combinations of your launch bubble.
As the game progresses, the bubbles move faster, and the combinations come in more complex shapes. You, therefore, have to use the right mix of speed and strategy to ensure that you beat the game. The Google Play app for Bubble Shoot Andream has smooth touch and rotate controls that also utilize a bit of slide. It’s convenient for aiming and shooting, especially for devices with small screens. The app is get free and offers no in-app purchases, even for the latest version. The score is 8 out of 10.
To Replay or Not To Replay
I don’t think I’d replay Bubble Shoot again. The app markets itself as having almost 2000 levels but I got stuck around level 300. There’s little variety in this game even with all these different levels. The graphics aren’t anything to write home about, and I wasn’t really motivated to continue playing. I personally dislike the unresponsive controls which made me lose a couple of games. I couldn’t see myself playing this game from start to finish without uninstalling it at some point. Overall, the game has pretty low replay value. Replay value deserves the score 3 out of 10.
Is It Good?
Bubble Shoot from Andream isn’t among the leading bubble shoot apps in my view. It has been stripped down way too much to make it small. The graphics are minimalistic and straightforward which might be great for some devices. Play options are quite packed, which is great considering how small the game is, so an A for innovation. The controls aren’t the best, and they may start to discourage you from playing. The last update was done in November 2017, but this hasn’t fixed most of the glitches that were affecting the game. If you are a diehard bubble shoot fan, you might want to keep another variant of the game on your phone just in case this one gets tiring. For new bubble shoot fans, this game will be a welcome addition to their devices. For hardcore fans who’ve had experience with other similar applications, this one might be a tad disappointing.