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Bubble Ball Pro

by Nay Games LLC

Price: $0.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 4.7
  • 12 exciting new levels: play with multiple balls, springs, gravity, and even teleports!
  • Bug fix for Community Levels: deleting downloaded levels now works. (Thanks to those who reported this bug!)

Product Details



Product Features

  • Challenge your brain with puzzles
  • Enjoy mind-warping physics gameplay
  • Come up with creative solutions
  • Make your own levels at naygames.com/create
  • Get power-ups and move the bubble to the goal

Product Description

Bubble Ball has been downloaded over 16 million times!

NEW! Community Levels - make your own levels for Bubble Ball, and play levels created by others!

Go to naygames.com/create on your computer to get started making your own levels!

Try this fun, new physics puzzle game, where you will test your ingenuity and thinking skills to get the bubble to the goal. Use the pieces and powerups provided, and come up with creative solutions! There are two types of pieces, wood and metal. Wood pieces are affected by gravity when you hit Start, while metal ones stay where you placed them. Use powerups to give the bubble speed boosts and even reverse gravity! Don't like the blue bubble? Make it a different color! Don't want to start at the beginning? You can skip around to your liking and jump right into the 144 exciting levels. A great game to test your logical thinking skills, and to play whenever you're bored!

Technical Details

Size: 10MB
Version: 4.7
Developed By: Nay Games LLC
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )

Open network sockets

Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 90 seconds

Customer Reviews

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By aries_BLU on August 29, 2012
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When you start, you drag one to two pieces of wood from the top, and place it under the bubble so that it can roll into the goal.

The mechanics of the game are a little rough for me. I've played similar puzzle games where instruments are easier to manipulate to get an object (e.g. ball) from one area to another, so I guess I've been spoiled. But it could be better.

There are 120 levels, so for the puzzle fiends this may intrigue you enough to play and hopefully keep you entertained, since each level does increase in difficulty.

Looks great on the Kindle Fire, and for the few levels I played there were no issues. I like simple, but I'm not overly impressed. There are better puzzle games out there.
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This is a terrible game. First, there's d something wrong with the fonts in the messages. They were ok at first but after a couple levels they became unreadable and not even exiting and restarting the game helped. The worst thing about the game, however is that the physics in the game is terrible. One can place solid objects inside solid objects and once "gravity" is applied they sort of wriggle their way out. Not only is this illogical and bizarre, but some of the puzzles actually seem to rely on that behavior. The controls are really bad as well. Sometimes a piece gets stuck and no account of effort will allow one to move it. The only cure seems to be restarting the level. Don't bother.
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In theory this is a fun puzzle game in which the objective is to alter each level so that the ball reaches the finish line/flag. The problem is that the controls are very buggy. The moveable pieces often get stuck and don't respond to being moved like they should. This happens quite often and is very frustrating. Ive had to start over because a wooden piece was simply stuck and the game would not let me move it despite dozens of attempts.
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The object is to get the ball to the finish line and to the finish flag. You can use wooden pieces that are affected by gravity or metal pieces that are stationary. You can get powerups when the ball hits them and they are activated once per start/stop cycle. You can use a stop sign to slow down the ball, speed up icon to move to the right or left and a gravity changing button for increased or decreased gravity.

You move pieces of wood onto the maze to get the ballot roll the direction you want it to go. I find the tilt controls for the wood to be difficult to use. I actually moved one piece of wood partially off the side of the screen and I could no longer move it. I had to reset the level.

This updated version features 120 level of play and it also lets you design your own levels and submit them for others to play. You can also download games developed by others. The games have to be designed on your computer, tested on your device and then uploaded if you want to do that.

This game is a puzzle game using logic, the effects of gravity and the rolling ball. While it is OK I am not overly impressed with the game play. I feel this way because positioning the items supplied to you is very touchy and sometimes just overly difficult on the Kindle Fire. The game play is also not that exciting and the graphics are very simple.

Options:
* Set the bubble color
* Turn off sound effects
* Reset levels
* Contact them

This game was produced using Corona Labs product Corona SDK. The game size uncompressed is 6.7 MB but on the Kindle Fire it is 9.76 MB.

Application Permissions:
* Read only access to phone state.
* Open network sockets.
* Access information about networks.
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I enjoy physic-based games. I've loved them ever since I ran through the "Incredible Machine" suite of games on my PC. They usually present a challenge -- but a solvable one. And while I've played many such games -- on my PC and on my Android tablet -- the best ones are those that are the most realistic. And Bubble Ball simply isn't.

As usual, the object is to build some kind of "contraption" that will allow a ball to get to its target, using basic principles of physics -- gravity, momentum, restitution (bouncing), etc. And these all apply to Bubble Ball. Yet the graphics are too simple. There's no "environment", no background, nothing but simple line drawings, and a few very simple objects. The idea is good, but this game really needs a bit more "fleshing out" to make it a better game.
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This is like a very stripped-down version of "The Incredible Machine" games by Sierra, or others of similar ilk. If you like the mental and virtual-physics challenge of those games, you've got the same here. I'm loving it. (When I'm not cursing gravity.)

This works on my Bluestacks Emulator, on my nVidea graphics card. However, the display is messed up on my ATI video card. I strongly suggest you get the free version that is floating around to test it on your particular OS/Tablet, before you think about buying the app.

Some other complaints, but these are minor:
--Sometimes I can't tell if there is a bottom 'floor' to a level, or if the wooden pieces are just going to fall off the screen.
--Sometimes if you shove the pieces too close to the top or side of the screen, you can't grab them again and need to restart the level. (Also sometimes, hitting the Start button un-sticks them -- but not always.)

I loved "The Incredible Machine" series -- except the insanely hard puzzles that were nearly impossible to solve ::cough:: -- and this gives me a little taste of that mental excercise and triumph of getting the blasted bubble to go where I want it.
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