Bubble Witch 2 Saga

Bubble Witch 2 Saga

If you are familiar with Candy Crush Saga then you already know where Bubble Witch 2 Saga comes from. Yes, that’s right – this free game for Android comes from the same creators known as King but it differs from Candy Crush Saga in a number of ways.

Bubble Witch 2 Saga comes with really nice King-like graphics that will surely satisfy you and catchy music that completely complements the gameplay. Speaking of it you are required to match colored bubbles, which will then fall to the ground forming cute little spiders. Once you meet all level requirements the remaining bubbles will fall to the ground giving you points. If they touch a spider you will get even more points. A nice touch is that you can see where your bubble will go and you can even take advantage of the walls, included in the game. When finished you will advance to the next level and believe us, there are many!

There isn’t that much else to say about this game except that if this is your genre you will surely like Bubble Witch 2 Saga. The good news is that this game is absolutely free and can be downloaded to your Android device in an instant. You can check it out here.

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