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Super Bubble Bobble

Released September 1989 · consists of 0 releases.

An unofficial Korean Bubble Bobble game.

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Super Bubble Bobble

First release date September 1989
Platform Sega Master System , MSX
Developer Zemina Co.
Publisher Zemina Co.
Genre Action
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Overview

Super Bubble Bobble is an action game developed and published by Zemina Co. for MSX and Sega Master System. This game, like many other games released by Zemina is not an officially licensed port of Bubble Bobble. It is instead a re-worked clone of the game. The stages are identical to previous Bubble Bobble games, but enemy placement has changed.

The game was developed by the MbitM team in Zemina Co.

Gameplay

In Super Bubble Bobble players control a small dragon. The goal of each single screen is the eliminate every enemy. Once all the enemies have been cleared players will move to the next screen.

In order to eliminate an enemy, players must trap them in a bubble and then touch the bubble.

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