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Retro Gamer ( ) (70%)
Unlike the versions of the original game, which had static, non-scrolling, full-screen levels, the size of mobile phone screens means scrolling is inevitable. And while you don’t always know where you’re leaping to, this doesn’t particularly distract from the action. Neither does the method of control, which is simple and easy to pick up. For the price, it’s a bargain.Jul 2005 · J2ME
Pocket Gamer UK (7 out of 10) (70%)
Not all old games are good games, but a select few are so good they seem able to transcend time. Bubble Bobble largely achieves this lofty goal. Give it a go. You won't be disappointed.Nov 1st, 2006 · J2ME · read review
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Critic reviews added by Patrick Bregger, Scaryfun.