Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel (Game Boy Color)

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Bibi Blocksberg is the star of a German children's radio play and TV series. She is an apprentice witch, living in the common world of today, who has to live through different adventures.

The story: During a witch meeting, a lightning bolt struck and broke a crystal ball in seven parts, causing the witches to go mad. Bibi Blocksberg now has find all the parts to put them together and to restore the witches' mental health.

The game is an action-adventure. The seven levels, each corresponding to one witch and one part of the crystal ball, are full of monsters which hurt Bibi when she touches them. The health can be restored by finding sweets hidden in the level. Apart of monsters, there are persons which help her. In each level there is a magical item, often reachable only after getting through a little "game in game", that expands Bibi's magical powers, for example the broom that allows her to fly. The magic has to be used sparsely, because it costs magical energy, which can be recharged by finding little pulsating dots. This magical item is needed to get to the witch of the level, which Bibi has to fight. If she wins, the witch gets back to normal, gives her a part of the crystal ball and Bibi can go the the next level.

There also is a password system that allows the player to jump to different situations in the game, so that one does not have to play it through in one session.

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Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel Game Boy Color Publisher logo
Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel Game Boy Color Blue balls restore magic energy
Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel Game Boy Color Main menu
Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel Game Boy Color Game beginning

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Heart icons

The game designers originally wanted to use heart icons for restoring life energy, but for some reason, the publisher found that children would be disgusted by that. So they chose sweets to restore life energy.
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