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Price: $0.99

Rating: 2.56/5 (41 votes)


Bubble Birds by XIMAD is the best interpretation of the classic "Bubble Shooter". Top Game on Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and takes 2-nd place on Blackberry App World, it is now available at Android Market.

You need to pop batches of funny looking birds by tossing other birds at them and matching sets of three or more birds of the same color. Colorful innovative graphics, addictive gameplay, vivid jungle sounds create an amazing atmosphere which make Bubble Birds a must-have app on your Android device.

Please, check the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=J4RTEWsu0sI


The main goal of the game is to match three of more birds of the same color to remove them from the field and score as many points as possible.

Once three or more birds of one color gather next to each other, they blow. The mass of birds are moving towards the nest after unsuccessful throws. In case they reach the nest, the game will be over. The birds can be tossed in different directions and stick to the first bird they meet. Sometimes it is necessary to launch a bird to the corner of the screen. The bird bounces and flies to the right direction.

The birds have different colors – red, green, orange, violet, blue, yellow- and a special bird (multicolor) which turns takes the color of the bird it hits. This feature makes the number of bird combinations very large and interesting.

Finally, a few words about the scores. There is a special scoreboard where you can tack your achievements.

Sound and Music:

Rythmic and energetic music appears only in the menu. The game itself is followed by very beautiful jungle sounds. The sound can be toggled on and off.


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