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Bubble Bobble Revolution (Nintendo DS)

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Bubble Bobble Revolution is an update of the classic arcade game, Bubble Bobble. In this DS exclusive version, Bub and Bob tackle 100 all-new levels with a larger playing field, as well as all-new methods of attacking foes, such as the Rolling Bubble, which lets your dino trap themselves in a bubble and bounce against the walls, knocking out any enemies.

The game also features use of the touch screen, which is used for a bonus game where you must turn on fans to keep bubbles up in the air, and the microphone, which you must blow into to briefly activate fans in certain stages. Included as a bonus is the original arcade version of Bubble Bobble, but unlike Bubble Bobble Old & New for the Game Boy Advance, this version does not include single-cart multiplayer.


Bubble Bobble Revolution Nintendo DS The game's Classic mode can be played cooperatively with a friend.
Bubble Bobble Revolution Nintendo DS Classic intro screen.
Bubble Bobble Revolution Nintendo DS If you take too long clearing a stage it will start becoming even more difficult.
Bubble Bobble Revolution Nintendo DS When popped, flame bubbles drop napalm.

Alternate Titles

  • "Bubble Bobble DS" -- Japanese Title

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The Press Says

N-Zone Jan 06, 2006 78 out of 100 78 Dec 25, 2005 65 out of 100 65 Mar 06, 2006 12 out of 20 60
GameZone Oct 09, 2006 6 out of 10 60
Power Unlimited Feb, 2006 45 out of 100 45
Press Start Online Feb 22, 2006 9 out of 20 45
GameSpot Oct 11, 2006 3.6 out of 10 36
Worth Playing Oct 29, 2006 3.2 out of 10 32
Daily Game Nov 04, 2006 2 out of 10 20
GamingExcellence Feb 26, 2007 1.6 out of 10 16


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Ben K (23100) added Bubble Bobble Revolution (Nintendo DS) on Dec 27, 2005