Bubble Blaze

Bubble Blaze

There are many games on Google Play but you can easily put all of them into several genres – action, sports, matching, arcade, puzzles and maybe a few more. Bubble Blaze is not an exception – this free Android app belongs to the matching genre but offers a few more nice features.

The game offers you a large number of levels with each one of them having a different goal, which, when met, will allow you to proceed to the next level. In all cases, however, the goals can be summed in three categories that can be transformed in three game modes – Pop the Top, Beat the Clock and Hit the Egg. They are pretty much self-explanatory so we won’t concentrate on them and instead we will say a few words on the gameplay. In each level the game gives you a number of balls on top of the screen and a gun through which you shoot balls at the other ones. You must match the ball color in order to eliminate balls and when you achieve your goal you get more points. The final score determines how many golden stars you get at the end and then you are ready to advance to the next level.

As with many other similar games Bubble Blaze does not offer 3D graphics and the like. Instead everything is in 2D but the game looks very beautifully – it is colorful, well-drawn and well-done and you will not be disappointed. The same goes for the sound, implemented in the game.

All in all Bubble Blaze is a nice game. It is a perfect time killer and it brings some more new features to the genre, which means you will not feel totally bored with it. Best of all, Bubble Blaze comes to you for free!

The game is right here on Google Play.

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