Bubble Bobble

These Two Hungry Dinos Will Do Anything To Eat!

"Baron Von Blubba" has kidnapped the brothers Bubby and Bobby's girlfriends and turned the brothers into Bubble Dragons, Bub and Bob. Bub and Bob have to finish 100 levels in the Cave of Monsters in order to rescue them.

Both the original Bubble Bobble and the original Bust-a-Move are exceptionally widespread games, having appeared on virtually everything able to play games since their initial releases--which includes, in Bubble Bobble's case, every home computer of the 1980s.


Players maneuver their dinosaurs and attempt to encase all the enemies in bubbles and then pop them, rewarding the players with fruit and other bonuses for added points.

How to Play

Each level has a certain number of enemies that must be defeated in order to advance. The players must blow bubbles to trap the enemies, then burst these bubbles by colliding with them. Each enemy defeated in this manner turns into a food item that can be picked up for extra points. Defeating multiple enemies at once awards higher scores and causes more valuable food items to appear.

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