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A combination of Tetris and Bust-A-Move, Super Bubble Pop has you controlling a character along the bottom of the playfield, who you use to throw bubbles of different colours towards the other side of the playfield. As you throw them down the line, they will stack up in piles of six. Linking three bubbles together will pop them (remove them from the field), and if there is a stack of six, the bubbles on the way will form a new stack in front of it.

The aim of the game is to remove all bubbles from the field, but there is another way of completing a game. Tokens will appear during play, and by collecting enough, you can move on to the next round regardless of what you have on the playfield.


Super Bubble Pop Game Boy Advance Main menu
Super Bubble Pop Game Boy Advance Language selection
Super Bubble Pop Game Boy Advance Which skill level shall we pick?
Super Bubble Pop Game Boy Advance Character selection

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PGNx Media GameCube Jan 18, 2003 7.6 out of 10 76
TeamXbox Xbox Jan 09, 2003 7.1 out of 10 71
GameSpy GameCube Jan 24, 2000 69 out of 100 69
GameSpy Game Boy Advance Jan 16, 2003 61 out of 100 61
GamePro (US) GameCube Jan 21, 2003 3 out of 5 60
64 Power / big.N / N Games GameCube Jan, 2003 60 out of 100 60
GameSpot GameCube Jan 07, 2003 5.4 out of 10 54
NintendoWorldReport GameCube Feb 04, 2003 4 out of 10 40
IGN GameCube Feb 12, 2003 3 out of 10 30
IGN Xbox Jan 07, 2003 2 out of 10 20


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The game came about when the Seattle CEO's of Zombie VR Studios, Mark Long, and Vain International, Victoria Gentry, fell in love and created a PC game that also promoted the styling gum hair product.
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