Bubble Bobble Nostalgie

Bubble Bobble Nostalgie 2.7

Re-live the arcade classic!

If you loved the days of Bubble Bobble in the arcade, take a look at a modern version - Bubble Bobble Nostalgie! View full description

PROS

  • Faithful to original
  • Cute characters

CONS

  • Irritating music
  • Boring levels

Not bad
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If you loved the days of Bubble Bobble in the arcade, take a look at a modern version - Bubble Bobble Nostalgie!

Bubble Bobble Nostalgie is very similar to the original game. Like the original, the aim is to move your little dragon around the screen, shooting multi-colored balls at your enemies. Once you've captured them, you jump on them to gain points and bonuses. There's a time limit to each level in Bubble Bobble Nostalgie, so be careful you don't get trapped!

Bubble Bobble Nostalgie can be played as a one or two-player multi-level game. In truth, the graphics aren't very impressive, and nothing much seems to have changed since the original came out in 1986! The characters are cute, but the actual levels are very boring, and the music is headache-inducing Europop.

I wasn't a big fan of the original, but Bubble Bobble Nostalgie does seem pretty faithful. There's nothing very wrong with the game, but it doesn't seem to have improved any on the original and I found it all too boring.

Boring graphics and terrible music makes Bubble Bobble Nostalgie a bit disappointing.

You can choose to play one or a pair of little dragons. These dragons can blow bubbles to capture their enemies inside. Jump on a bubble with an enemy trapped inside and pop it! You score by picking up items: fruit, vegetables, diamonds, jewels etc. You can also pick up some power-ups to make your journey easier. The power-ups emerge after certain events and boost speed, fire range etc. and give you a chance to score more points or win extra lives. On some levels you can pop special bubbles that appear from the holes at the top or/and bottom of the screen to help you kill the monsters in more sophisticated ways.

Your main goal is to defeat the Mad Sorcerer (first episode - levels from 1 to 100) and the Ghost (second episode - levels from 101 to 200). The Mad Sorcerer and the Ghost are waiting for you on 100th and 200th levels, respectively. Monsters of various species are to meet you along the way, so don't you count on a quiet journey.

Bubble Bobble Nostalgie

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Bubble Bobble Nostalgie 2.7