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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.2
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.5
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.2
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.3

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Zzap! (Nov, 1988)
A quick haunt around that cosy castle, a nifty screech at its occupants and a bit of telekinesis in a set of spotted designer sheets is all you'd set your heart on. 'It'll be a laugh', you thought to yourself, 'appearing at windows, sticking an axe through my left, carrying my head in my arms, walking around in suits of armour, letting rip with blood-curdling screams – well rad'. As it turns out, a laugh is just about the only thing you didn't get. A shame, because you got a lot more than you bargained for.
Good graphics from the Amiga as usual, and truly funny sound effects. Playability every bit as good as the ST version.
The Amiga conversion is extremely well presented. A great piece of music leads into a game with much more effective sound than on the Atari ST. Gameplay is near identical, as are the graphics, but the Amiga version also has a two-player option plus a practise more where you can attempt any screen with a full compliment of soul bubbles.
Delightfully insane, Bubble Ghost should provide hours of the blithering idiocy inherent in all good arcade games.
The practise mode is a good idea, and allows the player to attempt screens that he may never see. Bubble Ghost is a neat little game; the appeal may wane after a while, but until then you'll be forever blowing bubbles!