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For the first time in the history of the Puzzle Bobble Everybubble franchise! will include a playable story mode for up to four players and a two-on-two co-op battle mode.
For nostalgic fans of this timeless franchise, ININ Games has also decided to make the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System versions of Puzzle Bobble (Japanese) and Bust-A-Move (USA) available as a separate download so that even those who purchase retail have a chance to revive these endless gems. stones.
The first co-op game in the two-on-two series.
In versus mode, players can play against the computer or other players and even send bubbles to the opponent’s board and harass them by wiping or popping a large number of bubbles at the same time.
In this game, players can enjoy not only the traditional one-on-one battle, but also, for the first time in the series, two-on-two cooperative battles between teams of two players who can cooperate to erase each other to aim the bubbles and enjoy a more exciting and fast experience. Players can also play alone against the computer team, or team up with a friend for battle.
We will, “every bubble“!
An official main art has been released, featuring Bub, Bob, Peb, and Pub against the backdrop of the Rainbow Islands – the setting for this new installment in the series – along with Minirun, a mysterious key character similar to Bab and Bonner, who has appeared as an antagonist in the series since the first games Bubble Bobble, Puzzle Bobble and others.
It all started with Bub(ble)
Puzzle Bobble (also known as Bust-A-Move) is a puzzle game in which brothers Bub and Bob, transformed into bubble dragons by a wizard spell, go on a bubble popping adventure. The classic gameplay formula is simple yet fun: use various items and techniques to match three or more bubbles of the same color to clear them off the board and advance.
A spin-off of the 1986 arcade hit Bubble Bobble, Puzzle Bobble/Bust-A-Move has seen over 20 games in the series across various platforms since its debut in 1994. As the sole owner of Bubble Bobble and Puzzle Bobble’s worldwide intellectual property, including copyrights and trademarks, TAITO will continue to expand both properties in the future.
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